Student Work

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Arch Knockoffs

RPI / Tongi Studio (China Program, Spring’14)  Kyle Stover, Adjunct Professor (RPI), with Wei Wei, Chen Hong and Hongwei Liu (Tongji) [ARCH4250/60] Architecture Knockoffs “We’re all familiar with knock-offs. we all probably own a few, both knowingly and not. the real question is, what’s the value of a knock-off? After all, a knock off is […]

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2013S_Design Development

ARCH 4240/50/60 | Jefferson Ellinger, Assistant Professor + Mark Mistur, Associate Professor/ Associate Dean Design Development Selected Student Work: . Krista Glanville and Tom Roland Tatiana Hart, Michael Mancuso, and Caitlin McCabe Tony Policastro and Michael Stradley Anita Rodgers, Margaret Shay, and Karen Ward Benjamin Schneiderman and Jason Wang

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2013S_Vertical_Michael Casey Rehm

ARCH4240/50/60.02 | Michael Casey Rehm, Adjunct Professor Vertical Arch Design Studio Selected Student Work: Paul Chan Difei (Betty) Chen Julia Grabasz and Carrie Drexel Will Pyatt

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2013S_Vertical_Zbigniew Oksiuta

ARCH4240/50/60.02 | Zbigniew Oksiuta, Lecturer Vertical Arch Design Studio Selected Student Work: . Angela Grivas and Brittney Radz Ryan Hao and Ke (Daniel) Li Helen Ko Christina Yee

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2013S_Vertical_Gustavo Crembil

ARCH4240/50/60.02 | Gustavo Crembil, Assistant Professor Vertical Arch Design Studio Selected Student Work: . Georgeanna Foley Kenneth Lush Katelyn Rauth Hyatt Tortorella Jennifer (Yifeng) Zhao

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2013S_Arch Design 3_Watson Section

ARCH-2230 | Julia Watson, Adjunct Professor Architecture Design 3 Selected Student Work: . Kendall DeMarco and Kelsey Kish Elizabeth Lee and Anqi Huo David Pelcher and Nicholas Nord

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2013S_Arch Design 3_Vetcher Section

ARCH-2230 | Florencia Vetcher, Adjunct Professor Architecture Design 3 Selected Student Work: . Laurel Clark and Elias Jackson Darham Ryan Kresser and Elizabeth Sammartino Martice Tucker and Amanda Turner

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2013S_Arch Design 3_Saunders Section

ARCH-2230 | Andrew Saunders, Assistance Professor Architecture Design 3 Selected Student Work: . Victoria Bell and Kun Zhang Jessica Collier and George Ziegler Hiroki Sawai and Sen Zhang

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2013S_Arch Design 3_Krueger Section

ARCH-2230 | Ted Krueger, Associate Professor Architecture Design 3 Selected Student Work: . John Fraser Lea and Junwei Zhang Melanie Ngami and Jane Pao Daryl Toy and Keegan Wilson

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2013S_Arch Design 3_Bitoni Section

ARCH-2230 | Francis Bitoni, Adjunct Professor Architecture Design 3 Selected Student Work: . Graham Billings and Joseph Marchiafava Amy Gecelter and Rushdan Majumder Emily Judson and Cassandra Murray

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2013S_Arch Design 1_Anthony Titus

ARCH-2210 | Anthony Titus, Assistant Professor Architecture Design 1 Selected Student Work: . Nathaniel Gundersen Kenya Narvaez Abby Speight-Robitaille Ellen Wong

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2013S_Arch Design 1_Perez-Guembe Section

ARCH-2210 | Elena Perez-Guembe, Adjunct Professor Architecture Design 1 Selected Student Work: . Jesse Goguen Flavia Macchiavello August Rulewich Erik Weaver

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2013S_Arch Design 1_Oatman Section

ARCH-2210 | Michael Oatman, Associate Professor Architecture Design 1 Selected Student Work: . Kevin Conlin Andrew Kim Amy Masie

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2013S_Arch Design 1_Liu Section

ARCH-2210 | Edwin Liu, Adjunct Professor Architecture Design 1 Selected Student Work: This first-year studio proposed a pavilion located in downtown Troy. The semester began with each student selecting a Japanese wood joint and producing a case study. Using drawings and models (both physical and digital), the students created transformation models based on operations like mirroring, […]

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2013S_Arch Design 1_Dayem Section

ARCH-2210 | Adam Dayem, Adjunct Professor Architecture Design 1 Selected Student Work: . Johanna Carabantes Melissa Donnelly Haley Hahn Brandon Terry

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2012F_Design Development

ARCH4240/50/60 | Jefferson Ellinger, Assistant Professor + Mark Mistur, Associate Professor Design Development Selected Student Work: Matt Boland and Parker Bunce Nicole Courville and Hyatt Tortorella Christopher Fuller and Michelle Lahnemann Julia Grabazs and Ariel Smith

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2012F_CASE

ARCH4240/4250/4260/4360 (CASE) | Demetrios Comodromos, Lecturer CASE Center for Architecture, Science, and Ecology Selected Student Work: Team One: Derya Diril and Owen Thomas Team Two: Tatiana Hart, Stephen Sorak and Matthew Taylor Team Three: Jessica Lapano, Benjamin Schneiderman and Nicole Zumpano

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2012F_Vertical_Julia Watson

ARCH4240/50/60.02 | Julia Watson, Adjunct Professor Vertical Arch Design Studio Selected Student Work: Georgeanna Foley and Kunmi Park Cady Guyton and Kenneth Lush

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2012F_Vertical_Joe MacDonald

ARCH4240/50/60.02 | Joe MacDonald, Adjunct Professor Vertical Arch Design Studio Selected Student Work: . Federico Borello Kathryn Brust Davide Scialo Brooke Van Baush

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2012F_Vertical_Brian DeLuna

ARCH4240/50/60.02 | Brian DeLuna, Adunct Professor Vertical Arch Design Studio Selected Student Work: . Richard Abendroth Lisa Laue Shen Li Matt O’Brien Will Pyatt Tom Roland

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2012F_Arch Design 2_Saunders Section

ARCH-2220/2620 | Andrew Saunders, Assistant Professor Re-Envisioning the MiSci at Schenectady Selected Student Work: . Graham Billings Cathlene So Dillon Webster Keegan Wilson

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2012F_Arch Design 2_Rehm Section

ARCH-2220/2620 | Casey Rehm, Adjunct Professor Re-Envisioning the MiSci at Schenectady Selected Student Work: . Chutiporn Buranasiri Boqun Huai Kelsey Kish Rushdan Majumder

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2012F_Arch Design 2_Krueger Section

ARCH-2220/2620 | Ted Krueger, Associate Professor Re-Envisioning the MiSci at Schenectady Selected Student Work: . Jackson Darham Joseph Marchiafava Hiroki Sawai Jacob Wigton

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2012F_Arch Design 2_Crembil Section

ARCH-2220/2620 | Gustavo Crembil, Assistant Professor Re-Envisioning the MiSci at Schenectady Selected Student Work: Jhoan Campusano Amy Gecelter Melanie Ngami Elizabeth Sammartino

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2012F_Arch Design 2_Bell Section

ARCH-2220/2620 | David Bell, Associate Professor Re-Envisioning the MiSci at Schenectady Selected Student Work: Laurel Clark David Pelcher Junwei Zhang Sen Zhang

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2012F_Design Studio_Vetcher Section

ARCH-2200 | Florencia Vetcher, Adjunct Professor Design Studio Selected Student Work: . James Bradley Lauren Famularo Min He Kevin Zhao

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2012F_Design Studio_Titus Section

ARCH-2200 | Anthony Titus, Assistant Professor Design Studio Selected Student Work: In two of her seminal essays entitled “Grids” and “Notes on the Index 2,” historian and critic Rosalind E. Krauss articulates the idea of the indexical capacity of the photograph and the conceptual dimension of a grid. According to Krauss, photographs are indices or […]

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2012F_Design Studio 1_Perez-Guembe Section

ARCH-2200 | Elena Perez-Guembe, Adjunct Professor Design Studio Selected Student Work: . Johanna Carabantes Mincong Huang Briana McLoughlin Royd Zhang

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2012F_Design Studio 1_Dayem Section

ARCH-2200 | Adam Dayem, Adjunct Professor Design Studio Selected Student Work: Depending on one’s point of view, extraterrestrial architecture may seem like an outlandish dream, a necessity for the survival of the human race, or something in between.  This studio assumed that on a long time scale, human colonization of the solar system is inevitable.  Thus […]

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2012F_Design Studio 1_Bitonti Section

ARCH-2200 | Franics Bitonti, Adjunct Professor Design Studio Selected Student Work: . Heather Danielsen Nathaniel Gundersen Natasha Jahchan Ellen Wong

Alexandra Dorn + Tyler Hopf 2012.

2012S_Design Development

ARCH 4240/50/60 | Demetrios Comodromos, Lecturer + Mark Mistur, Associate Professor/ Associate Dean Design Development Selected Student Work: A technology-based design studio emphasizing the materialization and making of architectural design projects as a critical extension and progenitor of the design process and architectural consequence. The integration of building code requirements accessibility, building environmental systems, structure, construction, […]

Michael Stradley 2012.

2012S_China Program_Crembil Studio

ARCH 4240/50/60 | Gustavo Crembil, Assistant Professor Vertical Arch Design Studio, China Selected Student Work: A 9-weeks urban design studio developed in joint-collaboration with CAUP – Tongji University, Shanghai, aimed to speculate on Semper’s tectonic discussion (building as weaving) scaling it up to the urban domain. Students were asked to develop formal strategies that interworked programmatic […]

John Wallace 2012.

2012S_Vertical_Ted Krueger

ARCH4240/50/60.02 | Ted Krueger, Associate Professor + Graduate Director Vertical Arch Design Studio Selected Student Work: Manhattan is a three-dimensional diagram of the cultural value placed on the commodification of space. All this is clearly evident in the form of the city. Land values are our values. If we valued differently, the form of the city […]

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2012S_Vertical_Jeremy Carvahlo

ARCH4240/50/60.02 | Jeremy Carvalho, Adjunct Professor Vertical Arch Design Studio Selected Student Work: Studio Premises: – Could an architectural approach to systems design create a catalytic series of relationships among natural resources and industrial production? – To what extent can a ‘constructed ecology’ harness or facilitate manifold processes of energy production & consumption? – What forms […]

Christopher Fuller, Dudley Observatory 2012.

2012S_Vertical_David Bell

ARCH4240/50/60.02 | David Bell, Associate Professor Vertical Arch Design Studio: “Earth & Sky” Selected Student Work: The studio asked students to address the relationship between earth and sky in two projects. The first project had as its primary focus the earth and the second project principally focused on the sky. In each case, sky and earth […]

Jessica Bristow, Michael Villardi 2012.

2012S_CASE

ARCH4240/4250/4260/4360 (CASE) | Jefferson Ellinger, Assistant Professor and Graduate Director CASE Center for Architecture, Science, and Ecology Selected Student Work: The design studio at the Center for Architecture Science and Ecology seeks to develop design techniques in which environmental research; innovation, analysis and performance, is synthesized with what might be considered traditional design techniques to holistically […]

Yuan Feng 2012.

2012S_Arch Design 3_Vetcher Section

ARCH-2230 | Florencia Vetcher, Adjunct Professor Architecture Design 3: Housing Complex[ity] Selected Student Work: The house; the minimum habitation for the most basic human need of sheltering oneself from the elements is a category within Architecture that is rich of examples. By selecting a handful of 20th century canonical of houses for a concentrated study by […]

Benjamin Schneiderman 2012.

2012S_Arch Design 3_Saunders Section

ARCH-2230 | Andrew Saunders, Assistant Professor Architecture Design 3: Housing Complex[ity] Selected Student Work: One of major criticisms of modern housing projects has been the repetitive homogenous nature and the disregard for complexity and non-hierarchical heterogeneity. Much of this arises out of the closed compositional nature of many of the early projects resisting integration and or […]

Tom Roland 2012.

2012S_Arch Design 3_Rehm Section

ARCH-2230 | Michael Casey Rehm, Adjunct Professor Architecture Design 3: Housing Complex[ity] Selected Student Work: This studio focused on leveraging architectural precedent analysis toward the production of innovative housing solutions.  The first half of the semester involved the analysis of modern houses assigned by individual section instructors.  Our studio focused on early modern and pre-modern houses […]

Tiffany Chiang 2012.

2012S_Arch Design 3_Perez Section

ARCH-2230 | Elena Perez Guembe, Adjunct Professor Architecture Design 3: Housing Complex[ity] Selected Student Work: Every human being dreams of a special place they would like to inhabit. As architects we project our best understanding of the poetics of habitation into the design of a house. How we move, socialize, intimate… designing a house requires an […]

Elizabeth Lee 2012.

2012S_Arch Design 1_Titus Section

ARCH-2210 | Anthony Titus, Assistant Professor Architecture Design 1 Selected Student Work: Prompted by Felix Guattar’s book, The Three Ecologies, we began the semester by imaging the implications of a social, environmental and mental ecology for the discipline of architecture. As a means of exploring these questions, students were presented with the challenge of re-imagining the […]

Jessica Collier 2012.

2012S_Arch Design 1_Oksiuta Section

ARCH-2210 | Zbigniew Oksiuta, Lecturer Architecture Design 1 Selected Student Work: The starting point of research is the human body. Body understood as the universal measure. Body comprehended not only as a physical entity that takes only dimension and scale into consideration but body as whole, as functioning organism. The aim is to awake our architectural […]

Tiffany Ip 2012.

2012S_Arch Design 1_Dayem Section

ARCH-2210 | Adam Dayem, Adjunct Professor Architecture Design 1 Selected Student Work: The intent of this studio was to study interacting systems.  In The Three Ecologies, Felix Guattari espouses thinking transversally across conventionally held systemic boundaries, i.e. natural / unnatural, human / non-human and material / immaterial.  In the studio, transversal thinking across systems was applied […]

Boqun Huai 2012.

2012S_Arch Design 1_Bitoni Section

ARCH-2210 | Franics Bitoni, Adjunct Professor Architecture Design 1 Selected Student Work: In his book titled The Three Ecologies, philosopher and psychoanalyst Felix Guattari formulates a definition of ecology that operates at three scales. For Guattari, ecologies are constructed beginning with the individual, or self, aggregations of individuals then produce collective bodies. These collective bodies then […]

Alexandria Ceja + Pianka Paul 2011.

2011F_Design Development

ARCH4240/50/60 | Demetrios Comodromos, Lecturer + Mark Mistur, Associate Professor/ Associate Dean Design Development Selected Student Work: A technology-based design studio emphasizing the materialization and making of architectural design projects as a critical extension and progenitor of the design process and architectural consequence. The integration of building code requirements accessibility, building environmental systems, structure, construction, and […]

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2011F_Italy Program_Combs Studio

ARCH4240/50/60 | Lonn Combs, Assistant Professor Vertical Arch Design Studio, Italy Selected Student Work: ‘The idea that architecture belongs in one place and technology belongs in another is comparatively new in history, and its effect on architecture, which should be the most complete of the arts of mankind, has been crippling.’ -Reyner Banham, ‘The Architecture of […]

Ariel Smith 2011.

2011F_Vertical_Zbigniew Oksiuta

ARCH4240/50/60.02 | Zbigniew Oksiuta, Lecturer Vertical Arch Design Studio, Zbigniew Oksiuta Selected Student Work:   Lisa Laue Ariel Smith Jason Wang Brenna Weisslender

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2011F_Vertical_David Bell

ARCH4240/50/60.02 | David Bell, Associate Professor Vertical Arch Design Studio: “Earth & Sky” Selected Student Work: The premise for this studio was to explore how architecture can express the relationship between earth and sky. The vehicles for this exploration were two projects each of which had either the earth or the sky as the primary focus […]

Krista Glanville, Mae-Ling Lokko, Caressa Siu, Nicholas Winter 2011.

2011F_CASE

ARCH4240/4250/4260/4360 (CASE) | Jefferson Ellinger, Assistant Professor and Graduate Director CASE Center for Architecture, Science, and Ecology Selected Student Work: The design studio at the Center for Architecture Science and Ecology seeks to develop design techniques in which environmental research; innovation, analysis and performance, is synthesized with what might be considered traditional design techniques to holistically […]

Paul Chan 2011.

2011F_Arch Design 2_Vetcher Section

ARCH-2220/2620 | Florencia Vetcher, Adjunct Professor (re)Configuring Identity: Expanding the Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, NY Selected Student Work: The Hyde Collection; initiated by Ms Hyde in the 1940’s holds some of the world’s greatest works of art including pieces by Rembrandt, Picasso and Van Gogh. In the spirit of Ms. Hyde’s vision for the collection to […]

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2011F_Arch Design 2_Krueger Section

ARCH-2220/2620 | Ted Krueger, Associate Professor (re)Configuring Identity: Expanding the Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, NY Selected Student Work: In the design studio, students from a wide range of backgrounds have the opportunity to consider the same problem, in a sense, to consider it together. Each however, understands it differently and approaches it with the strength and […]

Joseph Daniele 2011.

2011F_Arch Design 2_Crembil Section

ARCH-2220/2620 | Gustavo Crembil, Assistant Professor (re)Configuring Identity: Expanding the Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, NY Selected Student Work: The Hyde Collection historical development, from domestic collection to museum, follows the historical path the institution “museum” itself. Its peripheral location, however, doesn’t shelter it form the contemporary institutional dilemmas and challenges. Its singular site situation, trapped between […]

Alec Dumond 2011.

2011F_Arch Design 2_Carvalho Section

ARCH-2220/2620 | Jeremy Carvalho, Adjunct Professor (re)Configuring Identity: Expanding the Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, NY Selected Student Work: ‘Affect Diagramming’ as spatial analysis – Each student began with an interpretive analysis of unique painting and sculptural works from the Hyde Collection itself. Since each piece under analysis had a series of signature elements and characteristics, the […]

Leslie Aldana 2011.

2011F_Design Studio_Ionescu Section

ARCH-2200 | Serban Ionescu, Adjunct Professor Mars: An Architecture of Terra-formation Selected Student Work: Mars, surface mining with time lines on this mystery world. How can one touch and begin to dream of a place, of a smell, just from a photograph of a strange and foreign atmospheric Space?. The photograph, became static , a frozen moment. […]

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2011F_Design Studio_Perez Guembe Section

Arch-2200 | Elena Perez Guembe, Adjunct Professor Mars: An Architecture of Terra-formation Selected Student Work: How do we teach new architecture students to achieve the synthesis of conceptual strength, realizable form, and compelling expression? My intention as a design instructor is to guide students in their definition and elaboration of clear theoretical underpinnings that can […]

Elizabeth Lee 2011.

2011F_Design Studio_Rehm Section

ARCH-2200 | Casey Rehm, Adjunct Professor Mars: An Architecture of Terra-formation Selected Student Work: The studio focused on production of space and form through the use of nonlinear transformation and mutation with an emphasis on local tectonic relationships as the driving force for decision making.  Students worked with an abstract material system in which each student […]

Sarah Helfer 2011.

2011F_Design Studio_Titus Section

ARCH-2200 | Anthony Titus, Professor Mars: An Architecture of Terra-formation Selected Student Work: ARCH 2200 is the first semester of the four semester long sequence of core design studios within the School of Architecture at Rensselaer. In this semester one will engage in fundamental design principles of the discipline of architecture, focusing upon the conceptualization and realization […]

Anthony Liang 2011.

2011F_Design Studio_Dayem Section

ARCH-2200 | Adam Dayem, Adjunct Professor. Mars: An Architecture of Terra-formation. Selected Student Work: The basis of formal and conceptual development in this studio was a set of interlocking wood joint components.  Joints were devised as relational conditions based on geometric affiliations between parts.  Specific geometry built into the wood beca a type of information guiding […]

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2011-12 FP_Perry Section

Final Project | Chris Perry, Assistant Professor TECHNO-FUTURISM 2 Architecture, Science, Technology FP Students 2011-12 – Chris Perry Section /// Techno-Futurism The instrumental and aesthetic implications of architecture’s engagement with science and technology has a long history, part of which includes the period following the Second World War when the rapid technological advances of the […]

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2012S_S(aroud)OUND_Oatman Studio

Smart Geometry @ EMPAC SPECIAL preview performance. This Friday night, at 8.30 PM for ARCH, ARTS and Smart Geometry attendees. Troy Gasholder, 1115 5th avenue, Troy, NY 12180. There will be shuttles leaving the EMPAC circle starting at 8-ish, and running until 11 PM.  It will probably also be a great night for a walk, […]

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2011-12 FP_Leitao Section

Final Project | Carla Leitao, Adjunct Professor Cloud Disassembly Games, Cities, and Time-off FP Students 2011-12 – Carla Leitao Section The CLOUD DISASSEMBLY Thesis Section looks into future architectures that can disassemble other structures as well as themselves – questioning the paradigm of the building as unity, and focusing on concepts of synthetic material character, […]

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2011F_Italy Program_Combs-Griffa

/ 2011 Italy Program / / BuildSmart Workshop (Torino) / Faculty: Cesare Griffa  + Lonn Combs Politecnico di Torino, Faculty of Architecture II Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute , School of Architecture August 29th to September 30th, 2011 Location: Castello dl Valentino and FabLabItalia, Torino. Week 1: Preliminary Design Week 1: Prototyping Week 3: Prototypes (almost) working […]

Carrie Drexel 2010.

2010F_Arch Design 2_Combs Section

ARCH-2200 | Lonn Combs, Assistant Professor Material Manifestations: Archive and Exhibition Center for the Legacy of the Shakers Selected Student Work: The preservation of history through it’s material production is the subject of this core design studio. Addressing the utopian society of the Shakers who flourished during a relatively brief period of the 19th Century, the studio […]

Kunmi Park 2010.

2010F_Arch Design 2_Crembil Section

ARCH-2200 | Gustavo Crembil, Assistant Professor Material Manifestations: Archive and Exhibition Center for the Legacy of the Shakers Selected Student Work: In the context of a discipline that is desperate to experience materiality, craft is rarely mentioned today in architecture. Craft is not only knowledge of material properties and techniques; it is an adaptive behavior whose perpetual […]

Joshua Gerber 2010.

2010F_Arch Design 2_Carvalho Section

ARCH-2200 | Jeremy Carvalho, Adjunct Faculty Material Manifestations: Archive and Exhibition Center for the Legacy of the Shakers Selected Student Work: Asceticism and Educational Process – In many ways, the study of Shaker culture illuminated the ascetic behavioral codes and concepts of rigorous production that remain central to architectural education. Total focus upon a body of work, […]

Brittanie Bradley 2010.

2010F_Design Studio_Titus Section

ARCH-2200 | Anthony Titus, Assistant Professor The Knotted Construct Selected Student Work: Beginning with the notion of the body, as a fundamental aspect of the discipline of architecture, the studio was structured as a laboratory of constant exchange and experimentation. Over the span of the semester, students were immersed in a sequence of exercises that allowed for […]

Yifeng Zhao 2010.

2010F_Design Studio_Seong Section

ARCH-2200 | Eunjeong Seong, Adjunct Professor The Knotted Construct Selected Student Work: The studio focused on exploring the fundamental relationship between body and space. Through investigation on bodily skeletal and muscular joints we employed terms such as the flow of forces and ability to act against force: students created new joint/joinery operations by conceptualizing the physical operation […]

Joseph Fala 2010.

2010F_Design Studio_Oatman Section

ARCH-2200 | Michael Oatman, Associate Professor The Knotted Construct Selected Student Work: Students began the fall First Year Design Studio by pairing off to make a structure that physically connected them for 8 hours. The design and fabrication of this linkage had to be carried out in silence, with the additional constraint of no written communication. This […]

Yuan Feng 2010.

2010F_Design Studio_Ionescu Section

ARCH-2200 | Serban Ionescu, Adjunct Professor The Knotted Construct Selected Student Work: Without words and without knowing, we universally interact in ‘Gesture’. The studio began with this gesture between two individual students attempting to communicate with each other outside their usual realms. Via a number system or a material to sync a singular goal. The ‘Gesture’ is […]

AJ Suever 2010.

2010F_Design Studio_Blasetti Section

ARCH-2200 | Ezio Blasetti, Adjunct Professor The Knotted Construct Selected Student Work: “Fall 2010 commenced with an unusual assignment: students were paired at random and asked to design a structure that would physically link them for eight hours, during which they were to conduct daily activities. Occupants were to be kept no further apart than 6 feet […]

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2010 Copenhagen_Comodromos-Campbell

(Summer) D151ORT Pavilion at Copenhagen Distortion Festival. The project is a international collaboration between students from the Architecture, Experiment and Technology master course at Department 8, Royal School of Architecture led by Niels Andersen and Ali Tabatabai and CITA (the Centre for IT and Architecture) at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture, […]

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2008S China Program_Crembil Studio

Unplanned Periphery // Tongji / RPI Joint-Studio, Spring 2008. Faculty: GUSTAVO CREMBIL  (with Prof. YANG CHUN XIA and Prof. SONGHUO DAI) // In the laboratory of urbanism that is today’s Chinese city, an architectural hiatus appears between the coarse-grained urban vision of centralized planning and the tangible reality of development. In this chaotic and unattended […]

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2006S CASE/ NYC_Ellinger Studio

Ellinger Vertical Studio- Spring 2008 Faculty: Jefferson A. Ellinger This studio, as the inaugural undergraduate studio for the Center for Architecture, Science, and Ecology, sought to develop design techniques in which environmental analysis could be computationally scripted into the individual’s design matrix. Parametrically linking the ecologically desires as checks and limitations within a software gives […]

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2006 Haiti_Krueger-Oatman Studio

Rx-Box Open Source Architecture for a World in Transition. Faculty: Ted Krueger + Michael Oatman Students: Emily Albright, Graham Boyd, Heather Brunell, Michael Collard, Christine DiLallo, John Davi, Ryan Hickey, Krysta Levandowski, Adam LoGiudice, Meredith Marks, Sam Olson, Carl Soderberg, Monzoor Tokhi, Stanislav Vinokur, Christopher Wolverton.  

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