Andrea Cappiello and Valerio De Santis: SZ-14325

Andrea Cappiello and Valerio De Santis: SZ-14325; "Music festivals are among the few events in human history that have managed, successfully, to gather people of every race, origin, social background, in one place under the concepts of unity and brotherhood."

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Nicolas Turchi: Water/Music

Nicolas Turchi: "Located in a developing area of the Boston waterfront, the project stands between landscape, urbanism and architecture, in an effort to set a new interdisciplinary approach for the renovation of an abandoned industrial area.  As host to the new Boston Music Hall and a series of associated facilities like studio theaters and performance spaces, the project aims to merge music and water"

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D.K. Wang & Bingxuan Liang: Urban Environmental Form and Feedback

D.K. Wang & Bingxuan Liang: Urban Environmental Form and Feedback; "in F16 studio, we approached the feedback of the urban environment on the creation of built space by working through a series of inter-connected projects. By using parametric modeling tools (primarily Grasshopper), we generated several formal and environmental strategies that are reflected in the final phase of the project- a residential building complex in Pittsburgh."

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Wendy Chan: Sparkling Raspberry

Wendy Chan: Sparkling Raspberry; "Modernization is a major challenge in many traditional cities over the world. With increasing population density, there is a need to introduce hyper-dense housing as well as public facilities to the preexisting heritage city. Conflicts associated with cultural, environmental transition and limited spaces commonly arise in the community."

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Fabia Sainz: TRAIPSE

Fabia Sainz: TRAIPSE; "The journey from childhood to adulthood. This project reflects the approach of Conceptual Architecture in order to design a Experiential Learning Center for 8 year old kids. The site is interrupted by the interaction of specific boundaries and shapes that make the student explore different aspects of the growth of the mind and body while learning."

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Madeline Nolan: Expanding Augmentation

Madeline Nolan: Expanding Augmentation; "Seattle Central Library redefines the library, no longer exclusively dedicated to the book, but as an information store where all potent forms of media are presented, creating a civic space for the circulation of knowledge in all media."

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Oliver Hill: The Inflatable City

Oliver Hill: The Inflatable City; "The project aims to capture Carbon dioxide, mix it with filtered lagoon water and pump it deep under Venice. The resulting impact of this process should prevent any further subsidence in Venice and create a universal uplift, putting Venice out of risk of further flooding."

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Maria Fernanda Castelan Tinajero: Análisis al arquitecto Mies Van Der Rohe

Maria Fernanda Castelan Tinajero: Análisis al arquitecto Mies Van Der Rohe; "Process of analysis that from the architectural elements: drawings, models, diagrams, etc... We looked to comprehend the strategies and the posture of the design by Mies Van Der Rohe. When the analysis was finished, we proposed a building to adapt the strategies we had learned to enrich the design."

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Trevor Mayes: Manhattan Project 2.0 // The Bureau of Transnationalism

Trevor Mayes: Manhattan Project 2.0 // The Bureau of Transnationalism; "The Bureau of Transnationalism seeks to dissolve borders and encourage globalization by compressing these tiers of connection that currently segregate the world. This is accomplished by providing internet access of an unprecedented speed to the entirety of the world’s population in exchange for individuals’ personal data, eliminating any borders separating people from people."

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Irene Rodriguez: Calambur_A dream for an Industrial Estate

Irene Rodriguez: Calambur_A dream for an Industrial Estate | "This project focuses on the tools that would be needed to allow the union of the users’ unconscious desires into one, so that the dream city ‘’created by everybody and for everybody’’, as Jane Jacobs would say, becomes possible. How to come up with the strategies that will turn An Industrial Estate into a contemporary and dynamic city?"

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James C. Hardt: Taxonomy of Volumes: The Post Digital Garden 

James C. Hardt: Taxonomy of Volumes: The Post Digital Garden; "The purpose, a flagship store for Issey Miyake in the Houston Galleria Area. The form was created through the combination of two separate studies: one of a twentieth century house through the process of “indexing”, and the other a transgression of surface logic based on the clothing line of Issey Miyake."

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Federico Monti: Framed Forest Pavilion

Federico Monti: Framed Forest Pavilion; "Framed Forest is a multifunctional pavilion and exhibition center that aims to create and strengthen the relation among water, nature and the built environment within the city of New York. The proposed location is the east shore of The Lake, in an area surrounded by a dense forest next to the Bow Bridge."

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Amer Habib: The New (in)Formal: Vertical Village Habitat

Amer Habib: The New (in)Formal: Vertical Village Habitat: "a conceptual supposition addressing the issues of urban density and pollution. Conceived as a high-rise microcosm of the city, the habitat is located in Dhaka, Bangladesh, one of the most densely populated cities in the world, with over 17 million people."

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James Frolow: Bordeaux Villa: Un Studio Prive

James Frolow: Bordeaux Villa: Un Studio Prive; "The existing Bordeaux Villa by Rem Koolhaas was designed for a disabled man with wife and 2 children. The client’s brief was: '“I do not want a simple house. I want a complex house, because the house will define my world...”'

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Maria Flores
Mingchen Cui, Zejun Li, Yutao Hu, Dianyu Yang: STEAM

Mingchen Cui, Zejun Li, Yutao Hu, Dianyu Yan: STEAM; "Our project seeks to inform federal and state policymakers of the critical role that science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education plays in U.S. competitiveness and future economic prosperity."

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Austin Madrigale, Christian Stiles, Ozzy Veliz, Ysaac Bustamante: Residential Panopticon

Austin Madrigale, Christian Stiles, Ozzy Veliz, Ysaac Bustamante: Residential Panopticon; "This studio looked at how we can create tectonic design and image analysis through the utilization of open source machine vision libraries in parallel with custom agent based tectonic software to reexamine architecture's relationship to the image as generative device and the context as a cultural entity."

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Muhammad Ogunniyi: Sculptural Informatics

Muhammad Ogunniyi: Sculptural Informatics; "The choice of the quarry as site is important as it allows a reconciliation between man and earth. Metaphorical relations can be drawn between war and excavation, both processes have left scars to the mind and habitat. The quarry in this instance allows the ex-military veterans to re-engage with a process that is transformative for themselves and the context."

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