Project: 50x50x100 offers not only new tools for visual communication and representation, but also new methodologies for design and abstraction. A discussion of the way in which emerging technologies are affecting contemporary practice and process acted as a theoretical underpinning to the students’ work.
Students had to develop their own programs inside Central Park, New York and with the only limitation of a box boundary of 50 x 50 x 100 feets.
Severino Alfonso Dunn
NYIT / New York Institute of Technology / School of Architecture and Design _ ARCH 340 / Architecture / Construction / Rhino, Grasshopper, Revit & 3DS Max.
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P r o j e c t D e s c r i p t i o n : R e - c o m b i n a t i o n
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SPRING 2015 NYIT Old Westbury: Waisuddin Azizi, Mariana Bejarano, Daniel Cedillo, Joseph Crimarco, Sean D'Costa, Nicole Fatone, Somer Galal, Edwin Garcia, Thomas Meade, Oluwabamikole Ojeyemi, John Sanchez, Huanzhen Xiao. NYIT Manhattan: Neidililson Amaral Simenc Silva, Guilherme Araujo Peres, Julia Carvalho Fernandes De Oliveira, Nancy Gill Sanchez, Liliana Hernandez, Yeeun Hong, Alberth Jimenez, Laszlo Kovacs, Gina Landi, Jiang Li, Artan Muriqi, Artur Augusto Nunes Mariano, Edison Remache, Rossy Robles, Juliana Tarquinio Coutinho Guedes, Sharee Trujillo, Victoria Vuono
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