Category Archives: Individual-Site Based Projects

CHORA’s Gameboard Methodology

Founded in London by Raoul Bunschoten in 1993, Chora is a research and architectural practice whose original methodology comprises a four-fold process “aimed at registering, through fieldwork, proto-urban conditions, the dynamic modelling of these conditions, the ordering and unfolding of

CHORA’s Gameboard Methodology

Founded in London by Raoul Bunschoten in 1993, Chora is a research and architectural practice whose original methodology comprises a four-fold process “aimed at registering, through fieldwork, proto-urban conditions, the dynamic modelling of these conditions, the ordering and unfolding of

Deep Mapping_The Three Landscapes Project

The Three Landscapes Project, which begun in 2001 at Stanford Humanities Center, was a collaborative project between artist Clifford McLucas, theologian Dorian Llywelyn, and archaeologist Michael Shanks to investigate the three landscapes (Monte Polizzo– an archaeological site in Sicily, the  Hafod–an

Deep Mapping_The Three Landscapes Project

The Three Landscapes Project, which begun in 2001 at Stanford Humanities Center, was a collaborative project between artist Clifford McLucas, theologian Dorian Llywelyn, and archaeologist Michael Shanks to investigate the three landscapes (Monte Polizzo– an archaeological site in Sicily, the  Hafod–an

Deep Mapping_NY Military Tract

Andrea Hammer, Director of Landscape Studies Program at Cornell University, is currently developing a series of projects around the New Military Tract, the region’s gridded spatial order laid out in 1790 consisting of nearly two million acres (8,000 km²) of bounty land

Deep Mapping_NY Military Tract

Andrea Hammer, Director of Landscape Studies Program at Cornell University, is currently developing a series of projects around the New Military Tract, the region’s gridded spatial order laid out in 1790 consisting of nearly two million acres (8,000 km²) of bounty land

Smudge Studio

Based in Red Hook, Brooklyn, Smudge Studio was co-founded in 2006 by Elizabeth Ellsworth and Jamie Kruse. Ellsworth is a Professor of Media Studies at the New School in New York City. Her work focuses on the “design of mediated

Smudge Studio

Based in Red Hook, Brooklyn, Smudge Studio was co-founded in 2006 by Elizabeth Ellsworth and Jamie Kruse. Ellsworth is a Professor of Media Studies at the New School in New York City. Her work focuses on the “design of mediated

Spatial Informatin Design Lab_SIDL

The Spatial Information Design Lab (SIDL) was founded in 2004 by Lab Directors Laura Kurgan and Sarah Williams. SIDL operates as an interdisciplinary research unit in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University,” focusing on the

Spatial Informatin Design Lab_SIDL

The Spatial Information Design Lab (SIDL) was founded in 2004 by Lab Directors Laura Kurgan and Sarah Williams. SIDL operates as an interdisciplinary research unit in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University,” focusing on the

Virtually Venice

The UK British Council commissioned Architect CJ Lim to create Virtually Venice for the British Pavilion at the 2004 Venice Architectural Biennale. The project creates and celebrates existing connections between Venice and China. The driving force behind Lim’s images are

Virtually Venice

The UK British Council commissioned Architect CJ Lim to create Virtually Venice for the British Pavilion at the 2004 Venice Architectural Biennale. The project creates and celebrates existing connections between Venice and China. The driving force behind Lim’s images are

Rephotography_Klett & Co.

Rephotography was conceived by photographer, Mark Klett, in his 1977 Rephotography Survey Project. The style engages the rephotographing of sites over time. Klett’s work often mines the lost work of past photographers, incorporating previously unseen or unknown historical views into

Rephotography_Klett & Co.

Rephotography was conceived by photographer, Mark Klett, in his 1977 Rephotography Survey Project. The style engages the rephotographing of sites over time. Klett’s work often mines the lost work of past photographers, incorporating previously unseen or unknown historical views into