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  • house in 3 acts
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc
    critic: hernan diaz ALONSO

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    wilson WU / nicholas POULOS / michael GROSS: This project was designed by using a linear story line. A House that plays out in 3 acts. In the beginning the couple is together and lives in their first house. The middle the couple separates. Thus the house modifies and adapts to the change. The narrative ends with a natural disaster of an earthquake that cause the house to make one more shift.

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  • artificial matters
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    dave BANTZ + michael GROSS: Rather than taking the “true” or literal approach to materials, this
    project attempts to adopt techniques mastered by artists and apply them at an architectural scale. Material in art is used as a representational device for effects and a gateway to sensation. The”Artificial Matters” studio, run by SCIARC professor Elena Manferdini, aims to provoke new sensations through texture, geometry, coloration, and finish. The studio began by 3D scanning literal materials (in this case a sliced peach) and modifying the raw data to produce a synthetic material with the potential to create new sensations.

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