A focus on research, exploration of the contemporary tectonic and economic possibilities of concrete construction, and effects produces a critical reinterpretation of the work of Thomas Edison. The systems of construction considered could have far reaching implications for low-cost rapid-construction, from inherently urban projects to remote post-disaster housing. The potential of this study extends far beyond Edison’s ideas and into a new way of thinking about concrete.
Spanning Lines of Longitude and Latitude Discussing University Works Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Escuela de Arquitectura y Estudios Urbanos Triangulation/Ribs Small / Large Inflatables Computer Models II The Room A Lot with Little Virginia Tech, School of Architecture + Design Four Black Boxes and a Beacon: a Theater for Roanoke, Virginia Olympic Village 2016+ Immanence Sculptural object: A House A House for a Farmer and His Dog Plus Requisite Outbuildings Parsons, the New School of Design, School of Constructed Environments Bangkok Market: An Architecture of 3 Ecologies Bangkok Piers Pratunam Pier Bangkok: The Three Ecologies Bridging Ban Krua University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Architecture New York is Not a Place Family Off-Grid Scenarios: Solutions for the Endless City RUBIXtube Collective Nesting: Urban Housing Prototype University of Toronto, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design Montreal: Port/City Automatic Revisited: Fabricating Sustainable Concrete Elements Difference and Innovation in New Housing Typology Edison Redux Hotel Affect-ed Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid A Viewpoint: A Continuous Circuit Tourist Topography in Paraty, Brazil Revitalization of the Southwest of Merida, Yucatán: “Chain-Value” Buildings Musical Acoustics Research & Coordination Institute (M.A.R.C.I.) Flamenco Diffusion Center Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona Recirculation in Terramar University and Student Housing in the Center of Amsterdam Erik Gunnar Asplund’s Stockholm Public Library Expansion “Conservatori del Liceu” Building in El Raval Neighborhood New Topography for “Autòdrom St. Pere de Ribes” ETH Zürich, Faculty of Architecture Office Space Zürich See Hochhaus in Zürich Leutschenbach Concert Hall in Dubrovnik Museum Würth Museum Würth Waseda University, Department of Architecture The Memorial of Jorge Oteiza Standing on the Kawasaki Harbor Jorge Oteiza Museum 2009 Modern Times Museum of Sculptor Jorge Oteiza in Golf Thinly Town: Reversible Landscape of the Underpopulated Village University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Design, Architecture, and Built Environment The Ruins of Modernism Beirut City Sydney Concert Hall The Gap Vehicles of Memory
Project by Anne Miller.