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Tom Wiscombe - LA Forum for Architecture - Part 3
 
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Born in 1970 in La Jolla, California, Tom Wiscombe is an architectural designer based in Los Angeles. In 1999, he founded EMERGENT, a platform for researching issues of materiality, technology, and systems through built form. EMERGENT is particularily interested in destratifying space— in creating new architectures through the generation of coherent, operational relationships between buildings components and building systems. The work is positioned within the larger paradigm of systems theory, emergence science, and the philosophical discussion of part and whole. EMERGENT recently won second place in the international competition for the Seoul Performing Arts Center. Their work was showcased in a solo show at the UCLA Architecture Gallery entitled 'Notes on Micromultiplicity' in early 2005. Other exhibitions include the MoMA San Francisco show 'Glamour: Fabricating Affluence' in 2004, ArchiLAB (Orléan) in 2003 and 2001, and MoMA Queens in 2003. Their work is part of the permanent collections of the FRAC Centre (Paris) as well as of MoMA San Francisco and recently, MoMA New York. In 2003, EMERGENT won the competition for the reknowned P.S.1/ MoMA Urban Beach project, which opened to critical acclaim and won the New York Engineering Excellence Platinum Award for 2004. EMERGENT was also awarded the Architectural League of New York Young Architects Award for 2004. The work of EMERGENT has been extensively published, notably in SURFACE*, VOGUE, Architectural Record, Architectural Digest, PRAXIS, Metropolis, A+U, Perspecta, OZ, and The New York Times. Wiscombe was Senior Designer and Project Partner at Coop Himmelb(l)au for over 10 years, right-hand to Principal Wolf Prix. He was in charge of various international projects, including the Dresden UFA Cinema Palace, completed in 1998, and the Lyon Musée des Confluences, the Akron Art Museum, and the BMW World, Munich, all of which are in their final stages of completion. Educated at UCLA (M. Arch. I) and UC Berkeley, Wiscombe has taught design and technology at SCI_Arc, UCLA, UC Berkeley, and the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was the Esherick Chair of Architecture at UCB for 2005, and is currently teaching in the postgraduate program at SCI-Arc.
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Tom Wiscombe - LA Forum for Architecture - Part 1
 
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Born in 1970 in La Jolla, California, Tom Wiscombe is an architectural designer based in Los Angeles. In 1999, he founded EMERGENT, a platform for researching issues of materiality, technology, and systems through built form. EMERGENT is particularily interested in destratifying space— in creating new architectures through the generation of coherent, operational relationships between buildings components and building systems. The work is positioned within the larger paradigm of systems theory, emergence science, and the philosophical discussion of part and whole. EMERGENT recently won second place in the international competition for the Seoul Performing Arts Center. Their work was showcased in a solo show at the UCLA Architecture Gallery entitled 'Notes on Micromultiplicity' in early 2005. Other exhibitions include the MoMA San Francisco show 'Glamour: Fabricating Affluence' in 2004, ArchiLAB (Orléan) in 2003 and 2001, and MoMA Queens in 2003. Their work is part of the permanent collections of the FRAC Centre (Paris) as well as of MoMA San Francisco and recently, MoMA New York. In 2003, EMERGENT won the competition for the reknowned P.S.1/ MoMA Urban Beach project, which opened to critical acclaim and won the New York Engineering Excellence Platinum Award for 2004. EMERGENT was also awarded the Architectural League of New York Young Architects Award for 2004. The work of EMERGENT has been extensively published, notably in SURFACE*, VOGUE, Architectural Record, Architectural Digest, PRAXIS, Metropolis, A+U, Perspecta, OZ, and The New York Times. Wiscombe was Senior Designer and Project Partner at Coop Himmelb(l)au for over 10 years, right-hand to Principal Wolf Prix. He was in charge of various international projects, including the Dresden UFA Cinema Palace, completed in 1998, and the Lyon Musée des Confluences, the Akron Art Museum, and the BMW World, Munich, all of which are in their final stages of completion. Educated at UCLA (M. Arch. I) and UC Berkeley, Wiscombe has taught design and technology at SCI_Arc, UCLA, UC Berkeley, and the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was the Esherick Chair of Architecture at UCB for 2005, and is currently teaching in the postgraduate program at SCI-Arc.
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1st Term Environmental Design Mid-term Project
 
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Environmental Design mid-term at Art Center College of Design, Spring 2007. Featuring the music production skills of Great Scott.
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Kinetic Solar Powered Canopy Presentation
 
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Scale model of a solar powered canopy installation. Used non-linear paper folding pattern to generate the form.
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Solar Powered Canopy Test
 
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Scale model of a solar powered canopy installation. Used non-linear paper folding pattern to generate the form.
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1st Term Environmental Design Final Project
 
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Environmental Design Final Project at Art Center College of Design, Spring 2007, as feature in the Art Center Student Gallery. The concept was to apply textile construction techniques to architecture. The construction technique I chose was folding. The video highlights the research boards (hard to read), some ideation sketchs, three 1/16" scale facade models, the final 1/4" scale facade model, a scale section illustration of the exterior, three perspective sketches of the exterior or interior, and a bunch of plaster dip study models. Full development of this project can be viewed here :http://www.coroflot.com/stufingerhut Video features the music production skills of Great Scott.
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Ball-Nogues - LA Forum for Architecture - Part 1
 
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Benjamin Ball and Gaston Nogues formed the Ball-Nogues Studio as an integrated design and fabrication practice that creates experimental built environments to enhance and celebrate the potential for social interaction through sensation, spectacle and physical engagement while striving to infuse projects with a downstream purpose. Both Benjamin and Gaston followed their educational experiences at SCI-ARC by working at Gehry Partners and share diverse backgrounds within product and set design and film production. Their practice is one that shares an enthusiasm for the fabrication process as it relates to the built object both physically and poetically by letting the properties, limitations, and economic scenarios associated with a material guide a structure's ultimate form while developing methods to extend the intertwined boundaries of a material's aesthetics, physical potential and lifecycle. Ball-Nogues Studio seeks opportunities to build that are outside the treacherous restraints of the conventional architectural milieu in order to focus on research and practice that directly addresses the experiential realm of the physically constructed world and the transition of material from an architecturally scaled structure through its dismantling and beyond. They recently completed the winning courtyard structure for the Young Architects Program for the PS1 summer Warm Up program.
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Ball-Nogues - LA Forum for Architecture - Part 2
 
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Benjamin Ball and Gaston Nogues formed the Ball-Nogues Studio as an integrated design and fabrication practice that creates experimental built environments to enhance and celebrate the potential for social interaction through sensation, spectacle and physical engagement while striving to infuse projects with a downstream purpose. Both Benjamin and Gaston followed their educational experiences at SCI-ARC by working at Gehry Partners and share diverse backgrounds within product and set design and film production. Their practice is one that shares an enthusiasm for the fabrication process as it relates to the built object both physically and poetically by letting the properties, limitations, and economic scenarios associated with a material guide a structure's ultimate form while developing methods to extend the intertwined boundaries of a material's aesthetics, physical potential and lifecycle. Ball-Nogues Studio seeks opportunities to build that are outside the treacherous restraints of the conventional architectural milieu in order to focus on research and practice that directly addresses the experiential realm of the physically constructed world and the transition of material from an architecturally scaled structure through its dismantling and beyond. They recently completed the winning courtyard structure for the Young Architects Program for the PS1 summer Warm Up program.
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Jellys 2 at the Aquarium of the Pacific
 
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Jellys at Aquarium of the Pacific with a soundtrack of music of Welder - 'Purple and Orange'
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Hashimoto Train Station
 
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10-23-2009 - 6:37pm
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Ball-Nogues - LA Forum for Architecture - Part 3
 
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Benjamin Ball and Gaston Nogues formed the Ball-Nogues Studio as an integrated design and fabrication practice that creates experimental built environments to enhance and celebrate the potential for social interaction through sensation, spectacle and physical engagement while striving to infuse projects with a downstream purpose. Both Benjamin and Gaston followed their educational experiences at SCI-ARC by working at Gehry Partners and share diverse backgrounds within product and set design and film production. Their practice is one that shares an enthusiasm for the fabrication process as it relates to the built object both physically and poetically by letting the properties, limitations, and economic scenarios associated with a material guide a structure's ultimate form while developing methods to extend the intertwined boundaries of a material's aesthetics, physical potential and lifecycle. Ball-Nogues Studio seeks opportunities to build that are outside the treacherous restraints of the conventional architectural milieu in order to focus on research and practice that directly addresses the experiential realm of the physically constructed world and the transition of material from an architecturally scaled structure through its dismantling and beyond. They recently completed the winning courtyard structure for the Young Architects Program for the PS1 summer Warm Up program.
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Shibuya Street Crossing - Tokyo, Japan
 
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on a sunday nite
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Rays at the Aquarium of the Pacific
 
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The Ray Tank at Aquarium of the Pacific with a soundtrack of music of The Glitch Mob's Ooah.
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Droma Thesis Presentation Concept Video
 
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Project concept for my Environmental Design thesis presentation - Fall 2010 Track : Vaski - Bail Out
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Art Center pre- AIA 1:2 Charette - March 1 2008
 
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This was a one day charette as a warm up for the Los Angeles AIA 1:2 Student Competition. Saturday March 1 2008. We should have won. We came in 2nd. Bollocks.
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Jellys at the Aquarium of the Pacific
 
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Jellys at Aquarium of the Pacific with a soundtrack of music of Welder - 'The Heart'
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Window Washer
 
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Shinjuku Station
 
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Sunday 9.13.2009 - 9:30 PM
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Stuart Fingerhut - Shapes In Space Artist Talk - 2017
 
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Stuart Fingerhut is a Los Angeles-based artist exploring the intersection of art, science and nature through movement, fluidity and dynamism. Areas of focus include sculpture, installations, and digital art; how to leverage and intersect them to create unique and memorable visual experiences. Guided by investigations in both 3D and 2D realms the work is at times biomorphic, hyper technological or both. A making dialog of analog to digital and back frames much of the studio’s output with the aim of producing new visual aesthetics and spatial experiences. This is an artist talk given in support of SHAPES IN SPACE, a 2 month solo show at Art Depot Gallery in Fontana, CA. Several months in planning, this show features a range of sculptures, an interior environmental intervention, and a new series of digital art. Visit http://www.stuartfingerhut.com for a look at his full range of art and design.
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Tsukiji fish market
 
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early saturday morning
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Jellys 3 at the Aquarium of the Pacific
 
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Jellys at Aquarium of the Pacific with a soundtrack of The Glitch Mob's Ooah - 'Stomp The Yeard'
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Dancing Bear Robot
 
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wack shit
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2nd Term Environmental Design Final Project
 
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2nd term Environmental Design Final Presentation at Art Center College of Design, Summer 2007. The Formula concept is simple: denim apparel designed and manufactured around the specifications of each client. Each customer experience is unique based on the store's layout, the Denimologist - Forumula's expertly trained staff member - you work with, and the fit, finish and hardware that go into your custom crafted garment. The site is located in an area of Los Angeles known as Frogtown. The Frogtown neighborhood is located between the Los Angeles River andthe Interstate 5 freeway, just east of Elysian Park. The neighborhood has a history of small scale manufacturing and has recently attracted many artists and design-build studios. Full development of this project can be viewed here : http://www.flickr.com/photos/stufingerhut/sets/72157601271944737/ Video features the music production skills of Ooah.
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DROMA final thesis physical model with projection mapped track visualizations
 
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This is a video of the final model for my thesis project. It is a hybrid of a physical model (5-axis CNC'd) with a digital model (projection of track simulations onto the physical model). After much investigation, I'm pretty sure this is the first of it's kind. More info on my thesis can be found here : stuartfingerhut.com/​2010/​11/​droma-thesis-project/​ Enjoy! Track : Benga & Coki - 'Night'
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Tom Wiscombe - LA Forum for Architecture - Part 2
 
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Born in 1970 in La Jolla, California, Tom Wiscombe is an architectural designer based in Los Angeles. In 1999, he founded EMERGENT, a platform for researching issues of materiality, technology, and systems through built form. EMERGENT is particularily interested in destratifying space— in creating new architectures through the generation of coherent, operational relationships between buildings components and building systems. The work is positioned within the larger paradigm of systems theory, emergence science, and the philosophical discussion of part and whole. EMERGENT recently won second place in the international competition for the Seoul Performing Arts Center. Their work was showcased in a solo show at the UCLA Architecture Gallery entitled 'Notes on Micromultiplicity' in early 2005. Other exhibitions include the MoMA San Francisco show 'Glamour: Fabricating Affluence' in 2004, ArchiLAB (Orléan) in 2003 and 2001, and MoMA Queens in 2003. Their work is part of the permanent collections of the FRAC Centre (Paris) as well as of MoMA San Francisco and recently, MoMA New York. In 2003, EMERGENT won the competition for the reknowned P.S.1/ MoMA Urban Beach project, which opened to critical acclaim and won the New York Engineering Excellence Platinum Award for 2004. EMERGENT was also awarded the Architectural League of New York Young Architects Award for 2004. The work of EMERGENT has been extensively published, notably in SURFACE*, VOGUE, Architectural Record, Architectural Digest, PRAXIS, Metropolis, A+U, Perspecta, OZ, and The New York Times. Wiscombe was Senior Designer and Project Partner at Coop Himmelb(l)au for over 10 years, right-hand to Principal Wolf Prix. He was in charge of various international projects, including the Dresden UFA Cinema Palace, completed in 1998, and the Lyon Musée des Confluences, the Akron Art Museum, and the BMW World, Munich, all of which are in their final stages of completion. Educated at UCLA (M. Arch. I) and UC Berkeley, Wiscombe has taught design and technology at SCI_Arc, UCLA, UC Berkeley, and the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was the Esherick Chair of Architecture at UCB for 2005, and is currently teaching in the postgraduate program at SCI-Arc.
Views: 4957 Stuart Fingerhut

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