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  • SPAN, "Guggenheim Museum, Helsinki." Exterior rendering.
    vienna AUSTRIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    SPAN (Matias del CAMPO & Sandra MANNINGER): The leitmotiv of the Guggenheim Museum, Helsinki is the 9-square grid. . . .

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  • matias del CAMPO
    pittsburgh PENNSYLVANIA

    Matias del Campo heads the Vienna-based Architecture firm SPAN, founded in 2003. Their award winning architecture designs are informed by an ecology of sources including romanticism, geometry, biology, and botany. Their works include the Design of the Austrian Pavilion for the Shanghai Expo 2010 and the award winning Brancusi Museum in Paris. Currently their work is on show at the 13th Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy.

    matias del CAMPO “Sublime Bodies”
    Monday, 11/19
    4.00 pm / Giant Eagle Auditorium, Baker Hall A-51
    Carnegie Mellon University
    4400 Forbes Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213

  • SPAN
    shanghai CHINA

    Matias del Campo and Sandra Manninger head the Vienna-based Architecture firm SPAN, founded together in 2003. Their award-winning architecture designs are informed by an ecology of sources including Romanticism, Geometry, Biology and Botany. Employing among the most sophisticated digital design and fabrication tools, SPAN has become among the leaders of a new generation of form based practices in Europe.

    SPAN
    Wednesday, 04/25
    1.00 pm / Theater, Tuwen Information Centre
    Shanghai Institute of Visual Art (SIVA)
    No.2200 Wenxiang Rd.
    Songjiang District, Shanghai, CHINA

  • matias del CAMPO
    vienna AUSTRIA

    Matias del Campo heads the Vienna-based Architecture firm SPAN, founded together with Sandra Manninger in 2003. His award winning architecture designs are informed by an ecology of sources including Romanticism, Geometry, Biology and Botany. Employing among the most sophisticated digital design and fabrication tools, SPAN has become among the leaders of a new generation of form based practices in Europe. . . . SPAN’s work explores the opportunities present in the morphologies of advanced design techniques as a launching platform for the design of architectural conditions, simultaneously exploring the discursive implications of the individual projects.

    matias del CAMPO
    Tuesday, 04/17
    7.00 pm / University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Lichthof 2
    Oskar Kokoschka Platz 2 A-1010
    vienna, AUSTRIA

  • The Pearl, Busan Opera, Korea
    vienna AUSTRIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    SPAN (matias del CAMPO & sandra MANNINGER): The Pearl,

    The architecture of this project oscillates between historic lineage and most advanced contemporary atmospheres. Advanced computational techniques collide with romantic desires to produce an elegant space for the performance of operas, historic as well as novel ones.

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  • DAM Maribor — Continuous Gradients
    vienna AUSTRIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    SPAN (matias del CAMPO & sandra MANNINGER): The main driving forces for the design of the New Maribor Art Gallery are based on a twofold concept: Continuity and Gradients. The continuous, swelling flows combine the interior and exterior space in a subtle way, creating a seamless connection between the outside garden areas of the new Maribor Art Gallery, the open plan ground floor level, and the river Drava. The trajectory of the curvilinear stream continues in a vertical motion along the ramp, rising into the upper levels. This motion creates a vertical cyclone, which serves as the main circulation hub for the gallery.

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  • SPAN
    vienna AUSTRIA

    SPAN
    30 March – 11 September
    MAK Gallery
    Stubenring 5, 1010 Vienna

    For the MAK Gallery, SPAN is planning a spatial intervention transferred into a black box. “Formations” will unfold its meaning in various scenarios consisting of models, animations and architectonic elements, providing the observer with novel insights into a laboratory of contemporary architectural production. The individual stations and levels of the exhibition, based on organic patterns of movement, refer to one another and oscillate between abstract, dynamic forms and hybrid structures.

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  • austrian pavilion, shanghai expo 2010
    vienna AUSTRIA

    austrian pavilion, shanghai expo 2010
    SPAN & Zeytinoglu [matias del CAMPO, sandra MANNiNGER, arkan ZEYTINOGLU]
    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    matias del CAMPO: Topology is the main driving force of the design of the Austrian pavilion, a major area of mathematics concerned with spatial properties that are preserved under continuous deformations of objects, for example deformations that involve stretching, but no tearing or gluing. It emerged through the development of concepts from geometry and set theory, such as space, dimension, and transformation.

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  • housing in vienna
    berlin GERMANY

    Housing in Vienna, SPAN designed exhibition design on show at AEDES Berlin.
    Wednesday, May 5, 2010
    6:30pm – 9:30pm

    The design of the cairo pods provides the chance to explore opportunities within the aggregation of repetitive objects that imply the creation of heterogeneous figurations. the cairo tessellation, known in mathematics also as example of equilateral pentagons that tile the plane, allow for a high variety of the topology of the plane. In the case of the cairo pods we the geometric plane was extended in the third dimension and delaminated to produce specific elements emerging out of the basic planar geometry. Forming three distinctive elements to comprise one pod. the pods purpose is to serve as exhibition vitrine in varying spaces.

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  • topology of sound, the austrian pavilion
    vienna AUSTRIA

    matias del CAMPO will give a lecture describing the design process and execution of the austrian pavilion for the shanghai expo 2010 by span & zeytinoglu.

    topology is the main driving force of the design of the austrian pavilion, a major area of mathematics concerned with spatial properties that are preserved under continuous deformations of objects, for example deformations that involve stretching, but no tearing or gluing. it emerged through the development of concepts from geometry and set theory, such as space, dimension, and transformation.

    tuesday, april 13, 2010
    10:00am – 11:00am
    tu-vienna, institut für kunstgeschichte, bauforschung und denkmalpflege