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Narrative Surface By gary dwyer
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Images tell stories and seldom are they about what we see on the surface. This volume explores the tenuous relationship between what we see in a photograph and the story we think it tells.
Mutable Surfaces By kris kuster
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Documentation and research for a student urban design/architecture studio
Surface Grid3 By Tris Liebelt, Tyler Washburn
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The course on Smart Materials and Construction IV will look at building envelopes and will engage students in research and development of fabrication strategies and material processes, and explore... More > the potential for innovation in building components and their assemblies. A first phase of the course is dedicated to the analysis of design, engineering and manufacturing constraints related to emerging materials and high performance building skins. Case studies will explore the design of façade typologies through contemporary manufacturing methodologies and with regard to the novelty of materials of various cladding systems.< Less
Energized Surfaces Book 3 By Donna Kacmar
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Energized Surfaces Book 3 By Donna Kacmar
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Energized Surfaces Final Book By Donna Kacmar
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Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture Kacmar Spring 2009 studio project work.
Evaluation of Lime-Based Hydraulic Injection Grouts for Conservation of Architectural Surfaces By Beril Biçer-Simsir, Leslie Rainer
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This manual provides a set of suggested procedures for the testing of lime-based hydraulic injection grouts for the conservation of architectural surfaces. It is meant to be used as a reference by... More > conservation scientists in the laboratory and by conservators working in the field to test, evaluate, and select appropriate injection grouts for the conservation of delaminated wall paintings, plasters, and mosaics on vertical and horizontal surfaces.< Less
Rinse and Repeat: Breaking the Box Through Surface Articulation By Robert Trempe
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The purpose of this publication is to display case studies in the novel usage of repetitious materials, geometries, and patterns towards the re-articulation of architectural surfaces. The case... More > studies are organized into three categories: 1. Triangulation – The usage of triangular elements in the production of 3-d curvilinear form 2. Modular decoration – Repetitive elements used to articulate texture and transformation in an otherwise flat skin 3. Planar articulation – The usage of flat rectilinear elements in the pursuit of curvilinear form. While nothing compares to seeing a project in person, most of the time we are only afforded the opportunity to see the work in small monograph images with detailed images being no larger than a 2” x 2” image amongst a field of other images. Displaying detailed photos in a larger scale presents this information in ways typically unseen.< Less
Peripheral Architecture By James Utterback
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An investigation into the implications of mobile technologies on space and place. Through an analysis of spontaneous behaviors instigated by a field of objects, flows, and mobile technology... More > Architecture can reclaim places of transit as surfaces for projective activity and practice.< Less
Peripheral Architecture By James Utterback
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An investigation into the implications of mobile technologies on space and place. Through an analysis of spontaneous behaviors instigated by a field of objects, flows, and mobile technology... More > Architecture can reclaim places of transit as surfaces for projective activity and practice.< Less