Thursday, February 20, 2014

Into the Void - Part 2 - Upper Pool Design Research Studio_Student Work

Yesterday the students involved in the intensive studio 'Into the Void', presented another series of iterations of their latest work and research.

The images below are a selection taken from the final presentation panels of each group.

Design Title: "If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging".
Students:
Katya (Katsiaryna Hamaniuk), John (Huangguan Lu), Shuang (Shuang, Liang) and Callum (Callum Steele).




























Design Title: "Disturbing the Disturbance".
Students:
Farah (Farah Dakkak), Will (William Powles-Taig), Chu (Chu, Chu) and Sharon (Fan Yunlan).








Saturday, February 1, 2014

Into the Void - 4week Intensive_Upper Pool Design Research Studio_Student Work inprogress

The intent of the studio is to investigate  resource landscapes and the potential for these landscapes to be reformed through a range of material organisations and parametric behaviours that are inherently part of their being.

Resource landscapes are formed by the continuous flows of materials and energy that is driven by society’s consumptive needs. The design studio is exploring the material transformation, existing  infrastructures, and terraforming opportunities. This exploration will be conducted through a dynamic spatio-temporal framework in which the landscape is considered as a continually adaptive condition.

These explorations will be conducted through the digital and physical models.

Below are some images of the work being produced by the students.


Design Title: "Land-fill-scapes".
Students:
Farah (Farah Dakkak), Will (William Powles-Taig), Chu (Chu, Chu) and Sharon (Fan Yunlan).








Design Title: "If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging".
Students:
Katya (Katsiaryna Hamaniuk), John (Huangguan Lu), Shuang (Shuang, Liang) and Callum (Callum Steele).