Wednesday, August 24, 2016

The City that could have been

Museum of the Phantom City “Users can view images and descriptions of speculative projects ranging from Buckminster Fuller’s dome over midtown Manhattan, to Antonio Gaudi’s unbuilt cathedral, to Archigram’s pop-futurist “Walking City,” all while standing on the projects’ intended sites. Designed by Van Alen Institute New York Prize fellows Irene Cheng and Brett Snyder, Museum […]

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Main Schedule

WEEK 1: 08.31: Studio Presentations 09.03: Introduction to Studio’s Focus and Methodology/Trans-Studio Research Introduction and Sign-up WEEK 2: Geocultural Measurements 09.07: Labor day: Classes do not meet 09.10: Desk Critics WEEK 3: Geocultural Measurements 09.14: Desk Critics 09.17: **Pin-Up: Geocultural Measurements** WEEK 4: Scenario Parameters 09.21: Desk Critics 09.24: **NEAR Session 1** WEEK 5: Scenario […]

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Operation Grow Something, by simeon vialva

This Blog is about the last semester of a thesis Grad student Simeon Vialva. This blog, titled Operation Grow Something, is my(simeon vialva)emission and detailed account of my journey of my last design semester of grad school at Pratt Institute. This Blog isn’t meant to brag or showcase the latest rendering techniques, or show cool affects […]

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OSM 2008: A Year of Edits from ItoWorld on Vimeo.

“…OpenStreetMap is a wiki-style map of the world and this animation displays a white flash each time a way is entered or updated. Some edits are a result of a physical local survey by a contributor with a GPS unit and taking notes, other edits are done remotely using aerial photography or out-of-copyright maps, and some are bulk imports of official data….” in


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