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  • Woodbury SOA, "Continuous Urbanity."
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Japan Travel Studio 2016
    Woodbury University, School of Architecture
    critics: Matthew GILLIS, Donatella CUSMA, & Ingalill WAHLROOS-RITTER

    The Woodbury School of Architecture Japan Travel Studio fieldwork focused on the production of a continuous drawing series exploring distinct cities in Japan: Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka.

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  • Karla LOPEZ, "Material Lines." Mark ERICSON, critic.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Woodbury University, School of Architecture
    critic: Mark ERICSON.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Mark ERICSON: The basis of Architectural drawing is points, lines, curves and surfaces. The position, relationship and orientation of these elements defines the form of a building or an object in the abstract. . . .

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  • Dalia BUKHAMSIN, "World Trade Center."
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Woodbury University, School of Architecture
    critics: Mark ERICSON & Curt GAMBETTA.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Mark ERICSON & Curt GAMBETTA: The role of surface in the organization of architectural and urban space is increasingly mystified by images of continuity, openness and flexibility. . . .

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  • Woodbury University SOA, "Parallel Lines." Mark ERICSON, critic. Project by Rana ALDAUD.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Woodbury University, School of Architecture
    critic: Mark ERICSON

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Mark ERICSON: This introduction to architectural drawing in Woodbury University’s Graduate program focused largely on the comprehension and inventive deployment of Euclidean principles through a study of descriptive geometry and skiagraphy. . . .

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  • Lilly BAKHSHI, "Manufacturing Method." Mark ERICSON, critic.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Woodbury University, School of Architecture
    critic: Mark ERICSON

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Mark ERICSON: In a recent seminar at Woodbury University in Los Angeles, we explored historical repetition and analysis as a means of manufacturing and adapting drawing methods to specific ends.

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  • Iris van HERPEN, "Hybrid Holism" (2012). Photo: Michel ZOETER.
    san diego CALIFORNIA

    e·merge
    come out, appear, come into view, become visible, surface, materialize, manifest oneself

    An insight into emergent technologies and merging disciplines—architecture, industrial design, and fashion design.

    lecture: Julia KOERNER
    Friday, 11/08
    6.30 p.m. / Main Lecture Space
    Woodbury School of Architecture
    2212 Main Street
    San Diego, CA 92113

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  • Bryant SUH, Kinetic Tower. SCI-Arc. Volkan ALKANOGLU, instructor.
    atlanta GEORGIA

    Driving cross-country from Los Angeles to Atlanta, Jennifer Bonner and Volkan Alkanoglu start a conversation about taxonomies, renderings, pavilions, and hip-hop somewhere between Flagstaff and Little Rock. . . .

    [EXCERPTED FROM FRESH PUNCHES ]

    *image: Bryant SUH, “Kinetic Tower.” Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc). Volkan ALKANOGLU, instructor.

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  • Michael YOUNG
    burbank CALIFORNIA

    Michael Young is an architect and an educator practicing in New York City where he is a founding partner of Young & Ayata. Young & Ayata formed as a partnership between Michael Young & Kutan Ayata in New York in 2008 to explore novel formal and organizational possibilities in architecture and urbanism. The practice is dedicated to the exchange between built commissions and design research. Their work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Michael has taught design studios and seminars at The Cooper Union, Yale University, Columbia University, and Princeton University.

    lecture: Michael YOUNG
    Tuesday, 04/09
    6.30pm / Ahmanson Main Space
    Woodbury University
    7500 Glenoaks Blvd.
    Burbank, CA 91510-7846

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  • Modulo Prep Library
    san diego CALIFORNIA

    CRO Studio, founded by Woodbury School of Architecture professor Marcel Sanchez and his partner Adriana Cuellar, is a recipient of a 60th annual Progressive Architecture Award. The P/A Award represents one of the highest honors in the profession and was given to Sanchez and Cuellar for their project Modulo Prep Library in Tijuana, Mexico. Other 2013 recipients include several of the most distinguished firms in contemporary practice: Asymptote Architecture, BIG, Perkins+Will, and Barkow Leibinger.

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  • Vladislav Hall, Prague, Czech Republic, 1493-1500. Drawing by: Laura Castillo & Maxi Spina
    burbank CALIFORNIA

    “Rhythmic Space” showcases a curated series of Woodbury students’ analytical drawings of case study buildings composed of complex vaulted-ceilings. The series of buildings portrayed here go as far back as the thirteen century, from locations as far apart as Kashan on the Persian Gulf to Stargard Szczecinski on the Baltic, and employ a wide range of spatial structures and tessellation, encompassing cellular vaulting, fan-vaulting, curved ribbing, and muqarnas, while producing figural motifs ranging from “diamonds” to “petals.” While disparate in their geographical and historical origins, Architecturally they offer the most advanced examples of spatial composition by means of geometrical and formal experimentation.

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