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Innovate : Integrate Exhibition

The Innovate : Integrate – Building Better Together exhibit opened on October 6th at the Center for Architecture in New York. A big thank you to all the attendees and supporters! It was wonderful to share the Inhabitable Skin concept … Continue reading

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Inhabitable Skin

The Inhabitable Skin is an innovative exploration of materials and manufacturing processes that results in a three dimensional form that exists as an independent monocoque structural assembly. The formal expression of the skin is driven by the necessity of structure, … Continue reading

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The dynamic intersection of structural engineering and architecture

The industrial nature of the movement, summarized by Le Corbusier’s description of buildings as “machines for living” was inspired in part by the technological advances in material and manufacturing rising from the Industrial Revolution. The movement latched on to the evolution of steel, concrete and glass as its core materials and sought to express the character of these materials and their manufacturing processes in this new style. Continue reading

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