Posts tagged digital
347 / Mike Roe: Technological Innovation Center

Submission #347 | Mike Roe: Technological Innovation Center — “This design studies the social structure surrounding emerging technologies. It proposes micro scale control of technological innovation void of the ascending political and financial implications that restrict corporations. The program supports maker spaces, fabrication resources, autonomous boat tours, and a digital environment; a new spacial typology hybridizes real and virtual worlds and provides an interface between human and system.”

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343 / Kyle Troyer: Postdigital Mishaps

Submission #343 | Kyle Troyer: Postdigital Mishaps — “The result is a project that remains sensible to computation as an inescapable part of our reality. It explores the irresponsibilities of photogrammetry, texture mapping, and insertion of materiality in today's postdigital world. It plays with the current recognition of our true state of the digital, and exaggerates it similar to how the Baroque interpreted the Renaissance. ​ Images of Borromini's San Carlo Quattro Fontane are photo-mapped in incorrect ways and given physical artifact to trace the consequences of the image's presence throughout the design.”

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337 / Ireny Abrahim: MWO (Multi Worker's Occupancy)

Submission #337 | Ireny Abrahim: MWO (Multi Worker's Occupancy) — “This studio was about Home Economics, understanding housing in different scales. This housing project focused on worker's housing by understanding the current living conditions in a worker's household. In the current state of a worker's housing around the world, workers feel forced to live within their work sites. This creates a segregation between low and high income workers. Within San Francisco, being one of the most expensive cities in the world, especially in the SoMa district most workers are either migrant or immigrants who live where they work.”

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318_Behruz Hairullaev, Brandon Muir and Nicholas LiCausi: Holographic Reality

Submission #318 | Behruz Hairullaev, Brandon Muir and Nicholas LiCausi: Holographic Reality — “For decades, films and media outlets have portrayed holograms as the technology synonymous with the future. Through advancements, scientists and designers alike have been able to create scattering lights that create forms, but only at a small scale. As of now, we have three-dimensional viewings through two-dimensional screens.”

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291_Dinorah Martinez Schulte: Flextructure

Submission #291 | Dinorah Martinez Schulte: Flextructure — “This project is dedicated to making an innovative proposal, redesigning a new strategy and structural system totally adaptable to any building scale and conditions, where the computational tools and technology are used to optimize a solution to the problems caused by a natural disaster. generate impact not only in architecture, but at the social level, by a new search for design strategies and structural criteria.”

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278_Settawut Leenavong: Prasiolite State

Submission #278 | Settawut Leenavong: Prasiolite State — “Prasiolite State, or a "Green Crystals of Bangkok" is an experiential, experimental and ecological architecture project done by Chulalongkorn university undergraduate, Settawut Leenavong. The project explores the characteristic of crystal formation, polygons and various connection of molecular joints. Prasiolite takes the inspiration from the name of green crystals which form inside the gas cavity of lavas. The exterior hard shells were able to protect the enclosed interior from the intervention of physical environment.”

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261_Leetee Wang and Marianne Sanche: Church of AI

Submission #261 | Leetee Wang and Marianne Sanche: Church of AI — “A contemplation of reciprocity between automation and human intervention. This architectural series was formed, at first, by 2D imagery generated via online AI tools, then designed as 360 interior spaces. It explores hybridization of automated and subjective input to produce a cybernetic reality in which constructed space is transient – in a constant state of building and unbuilding.”

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226_James C. Hardt: Taxonomy of Volumes: The Post Digital Garden 

Submission #226 | 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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111_Miles Gertler: Rock Collection

Submission #111 | Miles Gertler: Rock Collection — Instant heirlooms; Totemic parts for interior scenarios; Objects unburdened by the expectation of function.

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84_Kaley Overstreet, Kyle Zook, Enio Dajko: Animal House

Kaley Overstreet, Kyle Zook, Enio Dajko: Animal House — Our project, situated on the corner of 135th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem, NY, explores a voyeuristic idea of how life in New York City acts as a “sitcom” performance within an 8-unit apartment complex. By using animals or various sizes as a parti of scale, we were able to create identifiable units that differ in size, location within the building, and match the personified traits and possessions of each animal.

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72_Renzo Lopez: Miami Beach Digital Learning Gallery

Renzo Lopez: Miami Beach Digital Learning Gallery — The new Miami Beach Lincoln road Branch Library is a duality between the closed, rigid, and pragmatic nature implicit with storing printed information along with the open ended, ever expanding nature of digital information. This duality transforms the modern library into a relevant and revitalized public building which explores and pays homage to digital information.

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61_Austin Madrigale: The Digital Misfit

Austin Madrigale: The Digital Misfit — This studio deals with indexicality and translations from analog to digital and the study of a mid century modern home and a dress by fashion designer Issey Miyake. My project is about the effects of data translation and the use of the glitch as representation to create a programmatic commentary that engages in a new speculation on reality.

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50_Bryce Bessell: The Revival

Bryce Bessell: The Revival — A proposal that seeks to rebel against societies ever evolving technologies and machinery, through the revival of artisan trade skills of which are slowly dissipating with the elderly who possess them. The programme attempts to diminish the current divisions in society that exist between workplace, living and leisure space in order to create a socialist environment.

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44_Bryan Rayo Balandra: School of Expressive Arts in San Martin de Porres

Bryan Rayo Balandra: School of Expressive Arts in San Martin de Porres — The project is based on volumes placed on a stepped platform that gives a virtual edge to the street. The main volume is an academic block that is a fragmented cloister creating spaces of interaction between students.

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