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  1. AutoDesSys

    "The Transformer Box"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lauren Segapeli "The Transformer Box" The Transformer box is an idea that fosters the process of design playfulness. This game of ‘Transformer’ promotes the creation of something new and unknown through the alternation of design decisions between two individuals. Each mover inspires the next. Each decision poses a question. Design conversation is established. Through the reassembly of formal elements, based on fictitious means, spacial reality is created. This play between what was and what can be is carried throughout the design process. With each decision comes new rules, inspiration, and reality. A move is made and a space is created. A space that is as permanent as its ability to inspire. The kinetic character of such space is the nature of transformers. With each decision, a question. With each question, a new space. Let’s play.
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    "Learning (IN)flection"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Sean Obrien "Learning (IN)flection" Dwindling water supply, over populating and aggressive farming has left America’s heartland in a state of decay. What remains is a scarred landscape dotted with rusted steel structures that serve as reminders of man’s ambition. Learning (IN)flection is a rebirth of these forgotten structures both physically and symbolically. The spaces carry the memory of the past as students learn to rectify the future. By inflecting the structure and constructing an extension of the landscape, the steel that once stood in defiance of the topography now exists in harmony with it. Interactive surfaces arise challenging the senses that are normally muted in a typical school setting. Every surface addresses building and nature relationships. In time, the surrounding landscape naturally integrates itself with the steel reclaiming the ore it once provided.
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    "The Periscope is a Viewfinder"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lindsay Kunz "The Periscope is a Viewfinder" periscope - noun “an optical instrument for viewing objects that are above the level of direct sight or in an otherwise obstructed field of vision...” The periscope is a viewfinder. Scenes are constructed through careful examination of spaces bound by both solid masses and their consequent shadows and reflections. The resulting views are seemingly architectural, defined by structure that is simultaneously real and perceived. The periscope allows views to be established from apparently hidden places. Focus is placed on the interaction of detailed elements and the site that grounds them. The periscope in this sense becomes an instrument for discovering architectural spaces where architecture may not truly exist.
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    "The Transformer Box"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lauren Segapeli "The Transformer Box" The Transformer box is an idea that fosters the process of design playfulness. This game of ‘Transformer’ promotes the creation of something new and unknown through the alternation of design decisions between two individuals. Each mover inspires the next. Each decision poses a question. Design conversation is established. Through the reassembly of formal elements, based on fictitious means, spacial reality is created. This play between what was and what can be is carried throughout the design process. With each decision comes new rules, inspiration, and reality. A move is made and a space is created. A space that is as permanent as its ability to inspire. The kinetic character of such space is the nature of transformers. With each decision, a question. With each question, a new space. Let’s play.
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    "Learning (IN)flection"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Sean Obrien "Learning (IN)flection" Dwindling water supply, over populating and aggressive farming has left America’s heartland in a state of decay. What remains is a scarred landscape dotted with rusted steel structures that serve as reminders of man’s ambition. Learning (IN)flection is a rebirth of these forgotten structures both physically and symbolically. The spaces carry the memory of the past as students learn to rectify the future. By inflecting the structure and constructing an extension of the landscape, the steel that once stood in defiance of the topography now exists in harmony with it. Interactive surfaces arise challenging the senses that are normally muted in a typical school setting. Every surface addresses building and nature relationships. In time, the surrounding landscape naturally integrates itself with the steel reclaiming the ore it once provided.
  6. AutoDesSys

    "The Periscope is a Viewfinder"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lindsay Kunz "The Periscope is a Viewfinder" periscope - noun “an optical instrument for viewing objects that are above the level of direct sight or in an otherwise obstructed field of vision...” The periscope is a viewfinder. Scenes are constructed through careful examination of spaces bound by both solid masses and their consequent shadows and reflections. The resulting views are seemingly architectural, defined by structure that is simultaneously real and perceived. The periscope allows views to be established from apparently hidden places. Focus is placed on the interaction of detailed elements and the site that grounds them. The periscope in this sense becomes an instrument for discovering architectural spaces where architecture may not truly exist.
  7. AutoDesSys

    "The Transformer Box"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lauren Segapeli "The Transformer Box" The Transformer box is an idea that fosters the process of design playfulness. This game of ‘Transformer’ promotes the creation of something new and unknown through the alternation of design decisions between two individuals. Each mover inspires the next. Each decision poses a question. Design conversation is established. Through the reassembly of formal elements, based on fictitious means, spacial reality is created. This play between what was and what can be is carried throughout the design process. With each decision comes new rules, inspiration, and reality. A move is made and a space is created. A space that is as permanent as its ability to inspire. The kinetic character of such space is the nature of transformers. With each decision, a question. With each question, a new space. Let’s play.
  8. AutoDesSys

    "Learning (IN)flection"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Sean Obrien "Learning (IN)flection" Dwindling water supply, over populating and aggressive farming has left America’s heartland in a state of decay. What remains is a scarred landscape dotted with rusted steel structures that serve as reminders of man’s ambition. Learning (IN)flection is a rebirth of these forgotten structures both physically and symbolically. The spaces carry the memory of the past as students learn to rectify the future. By inflecting the structure and constructing an extension of the landscape, the steel that once stood in defiance of the topography now exists in harmony with it. Interactive surfaces arise challenging the senses that are normally muted in a typical school setting. Every surface addresses building and nature relationships. In time, the surrounding landscape naturally integrates itself with the steel reclaiming the ore it once provided.
  9. AutoDesSys

    Tomihiro Museum of Shi-Ga, Azuma Village, Japan

    From the album: Studio Bauton LLC

    "A competition entry for the Tomihiro Museum of Shi-Ga in Japan, this project links nature, terrain, and building together cohesively. form•Z's terrain modeling feature was used to explore the past, present, and future of the topography of the site and to create links between the site, the building, and the gardens. The result was a building which exists within nature, but does not mimic it."
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    Tomihiro Museum of Shi-Ga, Azuma Village, Japan

    From the album: Studio Bauton LLC

    "A competition entry for the Tomihiro Museum of Shi-Ga in Japan, this project links nature, terrain, and building together cohesively. form•Z's terrain modeling feature was used to explore the past, present, and future of the topography of the site and to create links between the site, the building, and the gardens. The result was a building which exists within nature, but does not mimic it."
  11. AutoDesSys

    Tomihiro Museum of Shi-Ga, Azuma Village, Japan

    From the album: Studio Bauton LLC

    "A competition entry for the Tomihiro Museum of Shi-Ga in Japan, this project links nature, terrain, and building together cohesively. form•Z's terrain modeling feature was used to explore the past, present, and future of the topography of the site and to create links between the site, the building, and the gardens. The result was a building which exists within nature, but does not mimic it."
  12. AutoDesSys

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    From the album: Ruben Reddy Architects

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    From the album: Ruben Reddy Architects

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    Solo3

    From the album: Object Previews

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    Solo1

    From the album: Object Previews

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    From the album: Object Previews

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    From the album: Object Previews

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    From the album: Object Previews

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    From the album: Object Previews

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    From the album: Object Previews

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    From the album: Object Previews

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    From the album: Object Previews

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