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  • Fresh Punches
    louisville KENTUCKY

    When was the last time you got punched by design? Fresh Punches is an exhibition featuring the collision of experimentation and contemporary discourse in the work of American architecture students. Collected from the spring and fall semesters of 2011, the cutting-edge work exhibited features provocative explorations in technology, space, and materials. In this collection, architecture is contaminated by the likes of transmogrifications, strange sensations, primal textures, unfamiliar geometries, self-propagating architectural species, augmented atmospherics, vicissitudinous juxtapositions, reinvented building typologies, sensual pleated skins, a crisis or two, physiologically responsive interfaces, threshold blurring gizmos, and plenty of robots.

    [FINALISTS & JURY SELECTIONS]

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  • sP/Land of Tomorrow Exhibition
    louisville KENTUCKY

    We’re happy to announce the finalists of the Exhibition Competition! The three finalists which each have a portion of their project prototypes by PR&vD. There are also 6 projects that received votes from the jury so they will be in the exhibition as the “jury selection.” We’d like to thank PR&vD and LoT for partnering up in this exciting project and to thank our fantastic jury — Greg Lynn, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Michael Speaks, Aaron Betsky, Tom Wiscombe, and Mark Gage. The projects are posted here with some of the jury comments.

    finalists ///
    ivan BERNAL; ji-young YOON; and donovan BALLANTYNE
    jury selection ///
    paul MECOMBER; christopher SAVANELLI & ivan OSTAPENKO; carla LORES + michael YARINSKY; jon BAILEY; jessica DOVLETIAN & wenny HSU; and mengyi FAN & joseph JUSTUS

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  • HYPOSTYLE HALL: (TOO) MANY COLUMNS
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    [EXHIBITION FINALIST]

    Yale University SOA
    critic: greg LYNN & brennan BUCK

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    ji-young YOON: This is an advanced studio project from Yale School of Architecture. The goal of this project was to explore the hypostyle hall as a new typology for high speed rail stations capable of connecting the space of the station to the existing city fabric. The site for this project was Los Angeles, California.

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