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  • InformedForm — Articulated Tensions
    calgary CANADA

    The 5th annual Dale Taylor Visiting Seminar at the University of Calgary Faculty of Environmental Design was led by Visiting Lecturer Alvin Huang (USC/Synthesis Design + Architecture) and Assistant Professor Jason S. Johnson (U. Calgary/Minus Architecture). This intensive 4 day design/fabricate/build workshop explored digital form-finding techniques to produce a series of scaled architectural prototypes for freestanding pavilion structures.

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  • Tom WISCOMBE

    calgary CANDADA

    Tom Wiscombe (Los Angeles, CA) is founder and principal of Tom Wiscombe Design, an internationally recognized design office operating at the forefront of contemporary design. His work stands out in terms of its synthesis of form, pattern, color, and technology into singular, irreducible constructions. ICON Magazine has named Wiscombe one of the “top 20 architects in the world who are making the future and transforming the way we work.”

    Tom WISCOMBE
    Design Matters
    Wednesday, 02/06
    6.00 pm / U of C Downtown Campus
    906 8 Ave S.W.
    Calgary, Alberta CANADA

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  • urban (de)resolution
    calgary CANADA

    University of Calgary
    Advisor: josh TARON

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    adam ONULOV: urban (de)resolution is rooted in the following question: why do we do things we hate? Consumer culture is everywhere and everything we have become. Our urban landscapes have become generic non-places; our public realm is nothing more than the residue of commercial culture—the junkspace that is remaining after the culture industry was allowed to run amok. The social contract is usurped by a perfectly instrumentalized mechanism of brand obedience.

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  • Architecture and Fashion: Constructing Identity
    calgary CANADA

    Adviser: josh TARON, University of Calgary

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    anna BATEBE: This project analyses the parallels between the disciplines of architecture and fashion as material products of our culture, and their capacity to generate multiple identities. While the definition of identity suggests a defined construct, its very nature is complex, multidimensional, and far removed from being a single entity.

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