RUMBLE STUDIO, GREG LYNN W JULIA KOERNER
During the year this SUPRASTUDIO was asked to design a building that can be demounted, relocated and potentially reconfigured. The second task was to redefine a city for a short term by locating multiple small buildings throughout that will then be later consolidated for a longer duration.
DYNAMIC SPATIAL MORPHOLOGY
Each student designed a spatial morphology that addresses the transformation from “compact” to “expanded”. The mission is to formulate a design concept that is generic enough to work at many scales but architectural enough that it has some formal language associated with it. This should be personal and transportable across a variety of project constraints and scales like any good architectural idea. It should be compelling enough for others to copy so it must be immediately understandable without need for your further work or explanation. Dynamic meaning it has more than one arrangement or position not that it is moving or difficult to place.
Students: Nick Issa Aho, Yingnan Bao, Xiao Chen, Ronald John Culver, Bing Guo, Jae Hwan Lee, Wonjun Lee, Heyi Li, Jingjun Li, Charles Proffitt, Khaled Sadiyyah, Joseph Sarafian, Hao Weng, Qi Zhang, Yuan Zhou