ARCHITECTURE FROM NOTHING: Greta Hansen, Kyung-Jae Kim, Adam Koogler, and Andy Rauchut
Thursday, April 11, 2013, 2 - 3pm
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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE | COOPER THESIS LECTURE SERIES
PRESENTATION BY GRETA HANSEN, KYUNG-JAE KIM, ADAM KOOGLER & ANDY RAUCHUT
Architecture is a set of indeterminate instructions, interpreted, produced, and realized in various forms, scales, and sites. Its as lightweight as a string of code. The more lightweight, the farther and faster architecture can travel. In order to unencumber our architectural practice, we use instructions and source leftover materials: waste, excess, air. Architectural scavengers, we eat the leftovers of society and the construction industry to create new forms out of nothing.
Open to current students/faculty/staff of The Cooper Union