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Asset Architecture 3

Asset Architecture 3 is out at last! It documents the third year of design research about the typology of the super high pencil tower in Manhattan conducted by the MSD AAD students at PennDesign, who tried to find sustainable, novel

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Asset Architecture 3

Asset Architecture 3 is out at last! It documents the third year of design research about the typology of the super high pencil tower in Manhattan conducted by the MSD AAD students at PennDesign, who tried to find sustainable, novel

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understanding art & research … ABPS

our current research project Agent Based Parametric Semiology is part of the traveling exhibition understanding art and research, whose first stop will be at the dunedin school of art in new zealand. thanks to the angewandte and the FWF for

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understanding art & research … ABPS

our current research project Agent Based Parametric Semiology is part of the traveling exhibition understanding art and research, whose first stop will be at the dunedin school of art in new zealand. thanks to the angewandte and the FWF for

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Asset Architeture 3 … The Best Building Money Can Buy

The Best Building Money Can Buy – The Future of the Skyscraper Outside its Current Capitalist Logic is my text contribution to PennDesign’s forthcoming publication Asset Architecture 3, edited by Ali Rahim, which documents the design research of last year’s

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Asset Architeture 3 … The Best Building Money Can Buy

The Best Building Money Can Buy – The Future of the Skyscraper Outside its Current Capitalist Logic is my text contribution to PennDesign’s forthcoming publication Asset Architecture 3, edited by Ali Rahim, which documents the design research of last year’s

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Asset Architecture 2

Asset Architecture 2 has finally been published. Edited by Ali Rahim and myself, it documents the design research of last year’s MSD AAD students at PennDesign, who investigated the typology of the pencil tower in Manhattan in order to take

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Asset Architecture 2

Asset Architecture 2 has finally been published. Edited by Ali Rahim and myself, it documents the design research of last year’s MSD AAD students at PennDesign, who investigated the typology of the pencil tower in Manhattan in order to take

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Asset Architecture 2 …. Capitalism as an Urban Catalyst

Capitalism as an Urban Catalyst ist my text contribution to PennDesigns latest publication Asset Architecture 2, edited by Ali Rahim and myself, which documents the design research of last year’s MSD AAD students about Asset Archtecture in Manhattan and will

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Asset Architecture 2 …. Capitalism as an Urban Catalyst

Capitalism as an Urban Catalyst ist my text contribution to PennDesigns latest publication Asset Architecture 2, edited by Ali Rahim and myself, which documents the design research of last year’s MSD AAD students about Asset Archtecture in Manhattan and will

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questions? … symbiotic strategies

symbiotic strategies is a paper that i presented at the 4th International Workshop for Sustainable Development and the Built Environment in cluj (ro) and which has been published in the journal Acta Technica Napocensis. it sums up the most recent

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questions? … symbiotic strategies

symbiotic strategies is a paper that i presented at the 4th International Workshop for Sustainable Development and the Built Environment in cluj (ro) and which has been published in the journal Acta Technica Napocensis. it sums up the most recent

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Parametric Semiology – Semiotic Potentials of tectonically articulated Shell Structures

This paper, the latest in a series of investigations further developing the idea of Parametric Semiology, was initially written and accepted to be presented and published at this year’s IASS conference in Amsterdam, however unfortunately I was unable to attend

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Parametric Semiology – Semiotic Potentials of tectonically articulated Shell Structures

This paper, the latest in a series of investigations further developing the idea of Parametric Semiology, was initially written and accepted to be presented and published at this year’s IASS conference in Amsterdam, however unfortunately I was unable to attend

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T+A … structural semiology

STRUCTURAL SEMIOLOGY is the title of my latest article, that is going to be published in the forthcoming issue 05/2014 of Time +  Architecture, one of China’s most inflluential architecture magazines. As it is going to be published in Chinese

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T+A … structural semiology

STRUCTURAL SEMIOLOGY is the title of my latest article, that is going to be published in the forthcoming issue 05/2014 of Time +  Architecture, one of China’s most inflluential architecture magazines. As it is going to be published in Chinese

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planes, trains and media centres – part 2

The construction of the Lord’s Cricket Ground Media Centre, planned by Future Systems, in 1998 is widely regarded as a major breakthrough in modern architecture, being the first building entirely constructed according to principles of ship building technologies. After tracing

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planes, trains and media centres – part 2

The construction of the Lord’s Cricket Ground Media Centre, planned by Future Systems, in 1998 is widely regarded as a major breakthrough in modern architecture, being the first building entirely constructed according to principles of ship building technologies. After tracing

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planes, trains and media centres – part 1

In late April 1999 Future System’s Lord’s Media Centre was officially introduced to the public. 14 years on I think  it is about time to revisit Jan Kaplicky‘s probably most pivotal building (and the one he was said to like

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planes, trains and media centres – part 1

In late April 1999 Future System’s Lord’s Media Centre was officially introduced to the public. 14 years on I think  it is about time to revisit Jan Kaplicky‘s probably most pivotal building (and the one he was said to like

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