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  • Almere Pampus Transferium: Metastable Architecture
    delft NETHERLANDS

    TU Delft, Hyperbody Design Studio

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Mariusz G. POLSKI: Even the most sophisticated building, designed in reference to a particular environment, is not permanently suitable. First of all, due to the impact of the building on its environment, for which it was initially designed. Second, due to an unpredictable and dynamic field of external stimuli that might trigger changes in the environment. In both cases, a solution that seemed to be suitable for environmental embodiment, turn out to be a more or less accurate attempt, that has no embedded capability to facilitate environmental feedback.

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  • Pheromone Networks
    the hague THE NETHERLANDS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    matthijs la ROI: The amount of travelers from and to the Dutch city Almere will grow from 40.000 back in 2009 to 100.00 in 2030. This requires intensive infrastructural improvements to the current situation of Almere. One of the main improvements of the network will be the redesign of the central station of the city. The current station is situated around a combination of small dysfunctional public spaces and conflicting flows of traffic.

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  • A Space Habitat
    amsterdam THE NETHERLANDS

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    sanne PLOMP: Halfway between Mars and Jupiter lies the asteroid belt, an area with a large amount of resource rich asteroids. Here the project is situated. It is home to 5000 people living and working together in one space colony. This society is developed around the political philosophy of anarchism and the writings of Peter Kropotkin and Ursula K. LeGuin.
    The project is an aesthetic and functional representation of the society it houses. Its societal properties -its lack of a currency, the abolishments of any form of government and the absence of any form of power concentration-, together with the day to day activities like sleeping, working, eating and relaxing, created the architecture.

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