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superarchitects:

Campus: Situating the Global University

Phillip Denny / Thesis / B.Arch / AIA Henry Adams Medal / Carnegie Mellon University / Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania / Advisors: Mary-Lou Arscott, Rami el Samahy, Jonathan Kline, Charles Rosenblum / July 2014

Campus can no longer be a colonized territory of late capitalism, the University an outpost of the disembodied market. For the Institution to regain the precious ground of autonomy, it ought to remember that campus, while referring to ground, structure, and locus of the Institution, originally referred to a battlefield. Now, it would seem that the field has been lost to the market. While the University must strive towards autonomy, it cannot become a hermetic enclave. Throughout its history the University has been, for better or for worse, bound to its reality—and all of the frictions and compromise that entails. Campus thus imagines a radical accommodation of the forces that seek to transgress the limits of the institution and its ideals. A project of utopian realism, Campus recognizes the reality of the University in late capitalism as itself a complex fiction constructed by global forces, and asks: what might happen to our battlefield—campus—when we recognize the forces of global capital as manipulatable flows rather than adversarial conditions?

superarchitects:

Phillip Denny / Thesis / B.Arch / AIA Henry Adams Medal / Carnegie Mellon University / Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania / Advisors: Mary-Lou Arscott, Rami el Samahy, Jonathan Kline, Charles Rosenblum / July 2014

Campus can no longer be a colonized territory of late capitalism, the University an outpost of the disembodied market. For the Institution to regain the precious ground of autonomy, it ought to remember that campus, while referring to ground, structure, and locus of the Institution, originally referred to a battlefield. Now, it would seem that the field has been lost to the market. While the University must strive towards autonomy, it cannot become a hermetic enclave. Throughout its history the University has been, for better or for worse, bound to its reality—and all of the frictions and compromise that entails. Campus thus imagines a radical accommodation of the forces that seek to transgress the limits of the institution and its ideals. A project of utopian realism, Campus recognizes the reality of the University in late capitalism as itself a complex fiction constructed by global forces, and asks: what might happen to our battlefield—campus—when we recognize the forces of global capital as manipulatable flows rather than adversarial conditions?

superarchitects:

Phillip Denny / Thesis / B.Arch / AIA Henry Adams Medal / Carnegie Mellon University / Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania / Advisors: Mary-Lou Arscott, Rami el Samahy, Jonathan Kline, Charles Rosenblum / July 2014

Campus can no longer be a colonized territory of late capitalism, the University an outpost of the disembodied market. For the Institution to regain the precious ground of autonomy, it ought to remember that campus, while referring to ground, structure, and locus of the Institution, originally referred to a battlefield. Now, it would seem that the field has been lost to the market. While the University must strive towards autonomy, it cannot become a hermetic enclave. Throughout its history the University has been, for better or for worse, bound to its reality—and all of the frictions and compromise that entails. Campus thus imagines a radical accommodation of the forces that seek to transgress the limits of the institution and its ideals. A project of utopian realism, Campus recognizes the reality of the University in late capitalism as itself a complex fiction constructed by global forces, and asks: what might happen to our battlefield—campus—when we recognize the forces of global capital as manipulatable flows rather than adversarial conditions?

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futureproofdesigns:

Mexican Pavilion at Shanghai Expo
ad11 Architects & ARS Architecture Workshop
2010 
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futureproofdesigns:

Mexican Pavilion at Shanghai Expo

ad11 Architects & ARS Architecture Workshop

2010 

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Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

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