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  • Danny KARAS, "Sofi." Bird's-eye perspective.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc
    critic: Hernan DIAZ ALONSO.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Danny KARAS: In analysis of the modern skyscraper there is traditionally an aesthetic agenda that localizes itself in a “shoes” or “hat” location. . . .

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  • Marcin KITALA, "Exosuits."
    wrocław POLAND

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Marcin KITALA: Suits intended for hard atmospheric conditions or extreme sports; for future soldiers, pilots or divers.

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  • Oyler Wu Collaborative, "Taipei Sales Center." Photo: Oyler Wu Collaborative.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Oyler Wu Collaborative: Often the unusual circumstances surrounding the design of a project leads to the most unusual results. In the case of this temporary sales center in Taipei by Oyler Wu Collaborative, the convergence of a set of ongoing architectural interests converged with an unusual site, timeline, program, and developer to create an unexpected outcome.

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  • Viola AGO, "BLUSH."
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc
    critic: Elena MANFERDINI

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Viola AGO: This is a focused obsession of color and facial expression in architecturalizing the theatrical behavior of blushing. The ambition is to have the blush belong to the materiality of the architecture as it brings faciality into the behavior of the skin.

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  • Flori KRYETHI, TripTop. Detail.
    san francisco CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Flori KRYETHI: The TripTop is a research project that aims to problematize established contemporary perceptions on the dichotomy of skin and cloth as the two are recognized to maintain and further produce the primarily unconscious sensorial interface with the immediate environment.

    Organically ambiguous, interlocking patterns aim to exhaust the anatomy of the human body with a minimum of skin covering and the least possible amount of additive substance—doing as much as possible with very little.

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  • Marc FORNES
    vienna AUSTRIA

    Marc Fornes is a registered “Architect DPLG” mixed with a fine connoisseur in computer science. Hidden under his label THEVERYMANY™ he is one of the leading figure in the development of computational protocols applied to the field of design and fabrication. He defines his research and practice’s agenda as a quest for ”Explicit and Encoded,” “Precise Indetermination,” and “Progressive Geometry” all seeking “Unconventional Futures.”

    Marc FORNES, “Computational Skinning: Trials and Errors”
    Tuesday, 03/05
    7.00 pm / Lichthof 2
    University of Applied Arts, Vienna
    Oskar Kokoschka-Platz 2
    1010 Vienna, AUSTRIA

    Photo: Stephane MURATET

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  • skin
    paris FRANCE

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    jorge AYALA: Skin is an organic self-structure, an artificial corpus overlapping meshing systems and subsystems, inhabiting space and challenging its perception. Skin was conceived as a computational design, based on emerging logics of construction and manufacturing. Large Scale CNC along with high tech matters and other techniques will be employed to rapid prototype and assemble this processual design.

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