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  • The Inhabitable Staircase
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    MArch GAD, The Bartlett, UCL
    advisors: Marjan COLLETTI, Guan LEE, Tea LIM, Pavlos FEREOS, & Hannes MAYER

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    MUHAMMAD Hissaan AWAIZ Randhawa: “The Inhabitable Staircase.” A project that argues the conventional practice of designing spaces, volumes and ornaments as separate entities. Under the theme of “Form follows Fetish.” The following project was developed by Using human body (neck) M.R.I. data as a tool and methodology to design and to speculate architecture, the inhabitable staircase grows and deforms under the notion of disease (F.O.P) creating a new potentiality.

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  • Texture Follows Form
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    MArch GAD, The Bartlett, UCL 2012 (Distinction) (Bronze prize)
    supervisors: marjan COLLETTI, guan LEE, tea LIM, & pavlos FEREOS
    critics: evan DOUGLIS, kaas OOSTERHUIS, luca GALOFARO, & matias del CAMPO.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    vasileios CHLOROKOSTAS: This research investigates the architectural relation of the body with the environment in multiple scales. Under the theme of Form follows Fetish various relations of micro-scale, the human body, the crowd, the macro-scale and the environment are theoretically analysed, and consequently researched dy design in an obsessive manner.

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  • aRC(2)himera
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Bartlett UCL London, MArch Graduate Architectural Design (GAD), research cluster 2 (RC2)
    Advisor: Univ.-Prof.(IBK) Marjan Colletti PhD, Guan Lee, Tea Lim, Pavlos Fereos.

    In Greek mythology the Chimera was a monstrous fire-breathing creature. She had the body of a lioness, a tail ending in a snake’s head, and a goat’s head arising on her back at the centre of her spine. There are of course many other examples in different cultures that could also be referred to as Chimeras. In genetics, biology and botany a Chimera represents an animal or plant with genetically distinct cells from two different zygotes or genetically different types of tissue; the resulting organism is a mixture of tissues, and of different sets of chromosomes. In paleontology, it is a fossil reconstructed with parts from different animals.

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