ARCHITECTURAL STARTUP: BRAD CLOEPFIL

In the Fall of 2013, I sat down with Gregg Pasquarelli (SHoP), Brad Cloepfil (Allied Works), Paul Lewis (Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis Architects), Dan Wood (Work.AC), and Stephen Cassell (Architecture Research Office). I wanted to understand and document how each of them formed

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ARCHITECTURAL STARTUP: BRAD CLOEPFIL

In the Fall of 2013, I sat down with Gregg Pasquarelli (SHoP), Brad Cloepfil (Allied Works), Paul Lewis (Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis Architects), Dan Wood (Work.AC), and Stephen Cassell (Architecture Research Office). I wanted to understand and document how each of them formed

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ARCHITECTURAL STARTUP: GREGG PASQUARELLI

In the Fall of 2013, I sat down with Gregg Pasquarelli (SHoP), Brad Cloepfil (Allied Works), Paul Lewis (Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis Architects), Dan Wood (Work.AC), and Stephen Cassell (Architecture Research Office). I wanted to understand and document how each of them formed

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ARCHITECTURAL STARTUP: GREGG PASQUARELLI

In the Fall of 2013, I sat down with Gregg Pasquarelli (SHoP), Brad Cloepfil (Allied Works), Paul Lewis (Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis Architects), Dan Wood (Work.AC), and Stephen Cassell (Architecture Research Office). I wanted to understand and document how each of them formed

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PEDAGOGY AND PLACE: UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON

The University of Houston was founded in 1927 as a commuter school for the working class student. Its humble beginnings were proliferated at the closing of the Second World War and subsequent GI Bill. The university grew from the original

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PEDAGOGY AND PLACE: UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON

The University of Houston was founded in 1927 as a commuter school for the working class student. Its humble beginnings were proliferated at the closing of the Second World War and subsequent GI Bill. The university grew from the original

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A TRIP TO BELGIUM

I recently took a trip to Brussels with my office for a series of meetings. We have a project that is just starting up over there and it gave me a great opportunity to see some new sites and experience …

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A TRIP TO BELGIUM

I recently took a trip to Brussels with my office for a series of meetings. We have a project that is just starting up over there and it gave me a great opportunity to see some new sites and experience …

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TALK LESS, WORK MORE

Graduate Work

Spring 2014
12 weeks
crits: David Adjaye w/ Brian Butterfield
Yale School of Architecture

 

The garment industry has become the primary catalyst of the Bengali economy. With over 4 million garment workers in Bangladesh, most of which …

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TALK LESS, WORK MORE

Graduate Work

Spring 2014
12 weeks
crits: David Adjaye w/ Brian Butterfield
Yale School of Architecture

 

The garment industry has become the primary catalyst of the Bengali economy. With over 4 million garment workers in Bangladesh, most of which …

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SUSTAINABILITY GRAPHICS ’13/’14

While studying architecture at Yale University, I also work at the Office of Sustainability. I work at trying to raise awareness of the work of the office through brochures, reports, and posters while encouraging action from university staff, faculty, and …

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SUSTAINABILITY GRAPHICS ’13/’14

While studying architecture at Yale University, I also work at the Office of Sustainability. I work at trying to raise awareness of the work of the office through brochures, reports, and posters while encouraging action from university staff, faculty, and …

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DETAIL IN ARCHITECTURE

Graduate Work

Spring 2014
1 week
crit: Deborah Berke
Yale School of Architecture

 

Using a minimum of two dissimilar materials, we were charged to create a joint detail specific to those materials. The project was to be built at …

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DETAIL IN ARCHITECTURE

Graduate Work

Spring 2014
1 week
crit: Deborah Berke
Yale School of Architecture

 

Using a minimum of two dissimilar materials, we were charged to create a joint detail specific to those materials. The project was to be built at …

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A TRIP TO BANGLADESH

In my last semester at Yale, I traveled with my studio to Bangladesh with David Adjaye. It was by far the most epic of the 4 trips I was able to take while at Yale. What was a surprise for …

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A TRIP TO BANGLADESH

In my last semester at Yale, I traveled with my studio to Bangladesh with David Adjaye. It was by far the most epic of the 4 trips I was able to take while at Yale. What was a surprise for …

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PLACING BEIJING

Graduate Work

Fall 2013
11 weeks
with: Brian Hong
crits: Alan Plattus w/ Andrei Harwell
Yale School of Architecture

 

As China’s growth continues, investment into its infrastructure has taken an unplanned surge. While it is growing at unprecedented speeds, …

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PLACING BEIJING

Graduate Work

Fall 2013
11 weeks
with: Brian Hong
crits: Alan Plattus w/ Andrei Harwell
Yale School of Architecture

 

As China’s growth continues, investment into its infrastructure has taken an unplanned surge. While it is growing at unprecedented speeds, …

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LABOR, IDENTITY AND CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT

“The bourgeoisie cannot exist without constantly revolutionizing the instruments of production, and thereby the relations of production, and with them the whole relations of society.” – Marx/Engels.

 

Labor is Life

Labor has become the all-consuming aspect. For John Locke, …

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LABOR, IDENTITY AND CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT

“The bourgeoisie cannot exist without constantly revolutionizing the instruments of production, and thereby the relations of production, and with them the whole relations of society.” – Marx/Engels.

 

Labor is Life

Labor has become the all-consuming aspect. For John Locke, …

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