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Marcelo Spina Wholes Holes And All The Other Stuff In...
Marcelo Spina is the founder and co-principal, along with Georgina Huljich, of P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, a design research architectural...
Marcelo Spina Wholes Holes And All The Other Stuff In...
Hernan Diaz Alonso introduces Spina who discusses the exhibit he curated at the Artists Space called Matters of...
Marcelo Spina Wholes Holes And All The Other Stuff In...
Marcelo Spina discusses projects relating to porous masses (Casitas Gradient Housing, and Zhixin Office...
Marcelo Spina Wholes Holes And All The Other Stuff In...
Marcelo Spina discusses projects relating to local inflections called Jujuy Redux, FyF Residence, and the...
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Ben Toam describes Systems of Accumulation as an investigation into skin, structure and circulation interacting...
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Moss discusses a series of works that illustrate his efforts to devise strategies that will seem incoherent to...

Marcelo Spina Wholes Holes And All The Other Stuff In Between

October 7, 2009 |
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Marcelo Spina is the founder and co-principal, along with Georgina Huljich, of P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, a design research architectural practice based in Los Angeles. His work has gained international recognition for its innovative approach that fuses advanced computation techniques with an extensive understanding of form, tectonics and materials. Since 2001, Spina has been on the design faculty at SCI-Arc.

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Moss discusses a series of works that illustrate his efforts to devise strategies that will seem incoherent to observers, an “irrational rationale.” Through the projects he examines that objects contain ideas, but the perception of those ideas can be obscured through design. He stresses re-assembling the box into new types that investigate provisional inspirations.