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Published Work!

The auto morpho-tectonic project has been published in the EVOLO SKYSCRAPERS book for October 2011.

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Design for skyscraper of 2,240 Ft that incorporates a non-linear design approach using fields of data to create architecture that investigates dynamic relationships between structure, infrastructure, materials, and users. The design generates a habitable structure stating from a basic geometric shape. It progressively evolves into a more complex assembly using mathematical operations and sequence of time. The project is among a compilation of 300 outstanding projects from more than 4,000 projects submitted from 168 countries from 2006 to 2011 selected for innovative concepts that challenge the way we understand architecture and their relationship with the natural and built environment.

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Visual Permeability Pavilion – NYC


Image appears courtesy of Visual Permeability Pavilion Team

A new pavilion has completed construction on the grounds of Columbia University by Luis Alaron, Aaron Berman, Michael Georgopopulos, Eun Ki Kang, Dayeon Kim, Nicole, Kotsis, Jeeun Grace Lee, Aaron Mark, Hylee Oh, and Steven Sanchez.

The pavilion provides a spatial experience for relaxation, contemplation, and social interaction. The design of the pavilion features slanted wood slats that help to separate zones for privacy and public interaction. The design inspiration is evoked from a single continuous form that unfurls and touches the ground at minimal points.

The project is about 15.5′ long X 7.58′ wide X 6.83′ tall .

I find the design documentation for this structure to be a glimpse of how larger constructions might be composed where design logic and design iteration combine into a single expression and singular language of construction.


Image appears courtesy of Visual Permeability Pavilion Team

See the link that follows for more information about the project including design statement, and images.

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Original citation:
D. (2011, June 14). Visual Permeability Pavilion. CONTEMPORIST. Retrieved June 21, 2011, from http://www.contemporist.com/2011/06/14/visual-permeability-pavilion/