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Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions

 

Winning Project – Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions


Interface - Metamorphosis in Architecture

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Honorable Mention: Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions


Inspiring Innovation and Exploration Through Interaction

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Honorable Mention: Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions


Cancer Care Center

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Honorable Mention: Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions


Sustainable City in Africa

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Honorable Mention: Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions


Shifting between Physical and Virtual - Future Compressible Housing

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Honorable Mention: Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions


GLITCH: “a post-catastrophe rehabilitation proposal.”

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Honorable Mention: Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions


Nomadic Skyscraper

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Honorable Mention: Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions


Detox Wall: The Wall that Detoxifies

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Honorable Mention: Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions


.trigger(arch.): reality game

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Honorable Mention: Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions


Mercurius

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Honorable Mention: Innovative Minds 2014 – Dimensional Evolutions


Laziness Index

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A portion of the registration fees were donated to the buildingSMART alliance.
The buildingSMART alliance develops open data standards for Building Information Modeling.

 


 

Dimensional Evolutions design challenge ::

As the link between virtual design and physical architecture becomes stronger, this relationship creates new virtual and physical dimensions.  How can new technological dimensions be used for innovation and problem solving?

Virtual designs continue to evolve through the use of: Building Information Modeling, digital painting and environmental analysis.  As the number of virtual dimensions created by designers increase, do they blend or separate from the physical world?

Investigate the link between virtual and physical architecture and how it addresses issues such as environmental contextualism, user interaction, building function, digital programmatic uses and construction techniques.  With inherent challenges in every physical site, explore possible solutions created by the virtual link.  Does a new process emerge to solve some of the increasingly complex issues in our world today?

 

 


 

Judging Panel:

Mike Domek, Nagle Hartray – Chicago
Travis Bridges, AIA, OKW Architects – Chicago
Jamison McBride, Holabird & Root – Chicago
Michael Everts, AIA, NCARB, Associate Professor of Architecture, Montana State University
Joe Procunier, Editor gURROO.com

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