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  • ARTIC Mass-Painting
    lund SWEDEN

    The Board of Education for the School of Architecture in Lund, Sweden, has together with guest Professor Sir Peter Cook, prepared a symposium – Celebrating Architecture.

    The aim of this symposium is to create a dynamic dialogue where architecture, design and education are the main focus. The theme this year is “What is the main focus in architecture today?”

    This year we are proud to present:
    Marie-Therese Harnoncourt (Vienna), next ENTERprice – architects
    Izaskun Chinchilla (Madrid), Isaskun Chinchilla architects
    Julia Koerner (London), SUBDIVISION architectural research practice
    Adam Vukmanov (London), SUBDIVISION architectural research practice

  • performa_lund
    lund SWEDEN

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    mike MCKAY: Assistant Professor, Michael McKay, taught a PERFORMA workshop at Lund University, School of Architecture, Department of Theoretical and Applied Aesthetics in Sweden. The two week workshop was part of a semester long studio, directed by Abelardo Gonzalez, composed of visiting guest professors.

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  • fictitious sections
    lund SWEDEN

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    fictitious SECTIONS: The design workshop introduced building systems and imposed various narratives into the architectural project with a focus on the development of tectonic, spatial, and informative aspects.

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  • detail & hue
    lund SWEDEN

    academy: DEPARTMENT OF THEORETICAL AND APPLIED AESTHETICS,
    LTH SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, LUND UNIVERSITY

    Professor: Florencia Pita
    Assistant: Julia Koerner
    Organisation/ Invitation: Abelardo Gonzalez
    Student Assistants: Caroline Dieden, Ida Hammarlund

    This workshop focuses on details, on the materiality, form and coloration of details. Those details would then be amplifying to each of the buildings typologies, expanding and transforming its character to meet that of a full building enclosure. During the first part of the workshop the students worked on research and morphology.

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