Cities and buildings represent temporal manifestations of mass, space, time, and memory. With the advent of digital methodologies--architecture, interior spaces, and designed objects may be conceived more fluidly in terms of information. This shift from analog techniques to digital systems in conceptual design and material production has resulted in more profound interactions between designers and the public. An inability to separate the real from the virtual has emerged, whereby these methods have converged to form part of the same process. How can the development of 21st century urban space and architecture be conceptualized, controlled, and created? How do such environments grow, transition, and transform over time? How does the integration of digital conceptualization tools with physical matter produce increasingly fluid architectural forms, flexible spaces, and transformative assemblies? Over two decades of investment in virtual methods has produced a sea-change in the way that we think about creating our built environment. Since the most provocative virtual explorations must ultimately return to the material world to be relevant, the value of their abstraction is contingent upon an ability to be built. Thus, communicating, composing, drawing, assembling, and building remain inherent to the pursuit of architecture. The first volume of d3's 'dialog' series features work in architectural theory, speculative postulations, and built form that blurs the boundary between the mapping and making of cities, buildings, spaces, and objects. 'Assemble' explores how such fusion occurs and how conventional methods remain relevant.
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Gregory Marinic: Director and co-founder of d3, Gregory is Director of Interior Architecture and Assistant Professor of Architecture at the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture of the University of Houston. His previous teaching experience includes design studios and directed research at Pratt Institute, City University of New York, and Universidad de Monterrey. He is principal of Arquipelago, a New York and Houston-based interdisciplinary practice in architecture, interiors, and branding focusing on site-specificity, materials innovation, and regionalism. Arquipelago has been awarded by the Seoul Metropolitan Government, AIA, AIA-IFRAA, Socio-Design Foundation, and ACSA; and widely exhibited in the United States and internationally. Prior to independent practice, Gregory worked in the New York and London offices of Rafael Viñoly Architects. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Maryland, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Geography-Urban Planning from Ohio University. He has been published in the International Journal of Architectural Research (MIT Press), Design Issues (MIT Press), Design Principles and Practices, International Journal of the Arts in Society, and various ACSA and DAMDI publications. Gregory serves as Associate Director of AIA Forward journal. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Architecture at Texas A&M University where his research focuses on utopianism and diasporas. He resides in New York and Houston. Mary-Jo Schlachter: Advisory Board Member and co-founder of d3, has been based in New York since 1999. Mary-Jo holds the Bachelor of Science degree in Design of the Environment and the Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a registered architect in New York and committee member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Green Codes Task Force. Prior to independent practice, Mary-Jo worked extensively in affordable housing and high-end residential in various New York architectural firms including Beth Cooper Lawrence, Raffaella Bortoluzzi, and Bruno Kearney . Mary-Jo teaches graduate-level courses in interior architectural design at Pratt Institute and previously taught foundation design studios at CUNY. While at CUNY, she developed studio curriculum that was subsequently published in various international journals. Her architectural and installation work has been exhibited in New York, Philadelphia, Cleveland, and Savannah. Mary-Jo lives in Brooklyn.L'autore:
Gregory Marinic: Director and co-founder of d3, Gregory is Director of Interior Architecture and Assistant Professor of Architecture at the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture of the University of Houston. He has been published in AD Journal, International Journal of Architectural Research (MIT Press), Design Issues (MIT Press), Horizonte (Bauhaus-Weimar), IntAR (RISD), Design Principles and Practices, International Journal of the Arts in Society, and various ACSA and DAMDI publications. Mary-Jo Schlachter: Advisory Board Member and co-founder of d3, has been based in New York since 1999. She is a registered architect in New York and committee member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Green Codes Task Force. Mary-Jo teaches in the Interior Design program at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.
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Descrizione libro d3 publications, 2012. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 322 pages. 10.00x8.00x0.76 inches. This item is printed on demand. Codice libro della libreria zk0615652700