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272_Binhan Wang: Adaptable 12L Plus

Submission #272 | Binhan Wang; Adaptable 12L Plus — “In this housing project, I intended to address a strong urban conflict between fixed housing structures and dynamic populations by designing an adaptable social housing. During the site visit, I have interviewed the residents living on my site and found that the majority of them are migrant workers. As their population flow is very dynamic, they would require more flexible spaces to satisfy their changing needs.”

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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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236_D.K. Wang & Bingxuan Liang: Urban Environmental Form and Feedback

Submission #236 | 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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212_Jose Coba: Nantou Waste Managment Project

Submission #212 | Jose Coba: Nantou Waste Managment Project — "The proposal is motivated by the need of new and efficient infrastructure related with waste production inside traditional neighborhoods in China. By learning from their culture, needs, and consumption, the intervention tries to solve waste generation by creating urban and material solutions in order to created integrated and efficient communities."

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