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  • Working Tidal
    philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

    University of Pennsylvania, PennDesign
    critics: Marion WEISS & Michael MANFREDI (guest critic)

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Erin SAVEN & Ryan Rebecca WALL: In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, it has become imperative that architects respond to climate change by rethinking the role of infrastructure and responses to the water’s edge. Working Tidal seeks to provide a systematic yet flexible framework to accommodate high density housing, emerging aquatic field research, and natural habitats through the creation of a habitable constructed wetland.

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  • Evolutionary Infrastructure / Evolving Practices
    milwaukee WISCONSIN

    On April 5th, 2013, the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning will host the biennial Urban Edge Award Symposium, titled “Evolutionary Infrastructure / Evolving Practices” and curated by Michael Manfredi and Marion Weiss of WEISS/MANFREDI. Expanding the definition of “infrastructure” to address an escalating set of design challenges that are at once cultural, architectural, and environmental, the symposium will host a series of cross-disciplinary talks and discussions between innovative architects, artists, ecologists, engineers, and theoreticians.

    “Evolutionary Infrastructure / Evolving Practices,” w/ MANFREDI, WEISS, EASTERLING, REYNOLDS, BUNGE, & more.
    Friday, 04/05
    10.00am–9.00pm / UWM
    Milwaukee, WI 53201

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