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  • RISD with Catherine ANDREOZZI, Niccolo CASAS, Brian KANE, & Ludovico LOMBARDI, "Augmented Body."
    providence RHODE ISLAND

    Rhode Island School of Design
    critics: Niccolo CASAS & Ludovico LOMBARDI with Catherine ANDREOZZI & Brian KANE.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Niccolo CASAS: As the field of wearable technology expands and fashion as art becomes more relevant, students are challenged to explore the intersection of fashion, architecture, and technology while using the body as a vehicle.

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  • Maria CANADA "INGABBIATO."
    providence RHODE ISLAND

    Rhode Island School of Design, summer program
    critics: Niccolo CASAS, Ludovico LOMBARDI, & Catherine ANDREOZZI.
    teaching assistant: Maria CANADA.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Niccolo CASAS, Ludovico LOMBARDI, & Catherine ANDREOZZI: Focused on the new emerging discipline generated by the intersection of design, fashion design, and architecture, the class brought together students from a myriad of design disciplines (Fashion, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Textiles) with interests in exploring the body as a virtual landscape for generative design.

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  • Bodyscapes
    providence RHODE ISLAND

    Visiting faculty members Ludovico Lombardi of LDVC and Zaha-Hadid Architects, London and Designer Niccolo Casas of The Bartlett, London join forces to offer this two-week, intensive investigation into the emerging discipline generated by the intersection of design, fashion design and architecture.

    “Bodyscapes: Architecture + Fashion Morphologies”
    07/08–07/19 / Office of Continuing Education
    Rhode Island School of Design
    345 S Main St.
    Providence, Rhode Island 02903

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  • Encounter
    providence RHODE ISLAND

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    greg NEMES: Étienne-Louis Boullée designed a Cenotaph for Sir Isaac Newton, a pure sphere, perforated with openings to allow for natural light to stream into the space – connecting the viewer with the light, the pure volume, and the cosmos. The space sought after a classical sublime experience – of immersion in awe, reverence, and wonder. This installation can be read as a contemporary deformation of Boullee’s Cenotaph. An augmented, mediated, defamiliarized space. The space seeks an immersion of the viewer into the space, an embodied experience that is evolving and unfolding over a duration. It is a study in choreographing multiple narratives of affect through a single spatial mechanism of the Architectural surface.

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