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In Carlo Aiello founded Los Angeles-based studio Carlo Aiello Design, an atelier that focuses on innovative contemporary industrial design. In this issue we borrow the idea and explore the realm of Architecture Xenoculture — the work of architects and designers who detach from everything Juan’s scope as director ranges beyond the architectural projects of the firm to include both film and media – including projects such as Flood Stains – a collaboration with legendary No Wave artist Lydia Lunch – and The Blue of Noonan epic desert film essay.

Account Options Sign in. Juan Azulay is director of the 11 year old firm Matter Management. In the same year, Mr.

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Architecture Xenoculture is the problematization of work produced by embracing the proliferation of this mist of fear. His designs are part of the permanent collection of The Chicago Athenaeum: Mail will not be published.

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In this issue we borrow the idea and explore the realm of Architecture Xenoculture — the work of architects and designers who detach from everything that architecture is supposed to be and look like, including preconceived forms and aesthetics, to look into new architectural and design possibilities.

Benjamin’s work, both personal and professional, has been published and exhibited widely.

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Some of the work showcased has been produced by leading architecture practitioners architevture academics worldwide including: It argues for the harnessing of this aesthetic of fear towards a yet-to-be determined end — intensifying its practice towards new thresholds, those that unleash the potential of the alien in the world beyond the limited imaginary we have archifecture anesthetized to, conjuring insecure material and behavioral manifestations of the xeno-gene and its ability to adapt, mutate, survive and fight.

Juan currently teaches graduate, post-graduate and undergraduate design studios at SCI-Arc, as well as Visual Studies. Benjamin Rice is a principal of Matter Management.

Xenoculture is a term coined by Iranian writer and philosopher Reza Arcuitecture that describes the need for embracing and exploring the unexpected, the alien. Some of the work showcased has been produced by leading architecture practitioners and academics worldwide including: Home news magazine competition About Shop Jobs.

An architectural form that emerges from mathematical processes and new material explorations and proposes something never before seen — an aesthetic yet to be determined. An architectural form that emerges from mathematical processes and new material explorations and proposes something never before seen — an aesthetic yet to be determined. Architecture Xenoculture is the problematization of work produced by embracing the proliferation of this mist of fear. In this issue we borrow the idea and explore the realm of Architecture Xenoculture — the work of architects and designers who detach from everything that architecture is supposed to be and look like, including preconceived forms and aesthetics, to look into new architectural and design possibilities.

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It argues for the harnessing of this aesthetic of fear towards a yet-to-be determined end — intensifying its practice towards new thresholds, those that unleash the potential of the alien in the world beyond the limited imaginary we have become anesthetized to, conjuring insecure material and behavioral manifestations of the xeno-gene and its ability to adapt, mutate, survive and fight.

His work in this realm has led to his inclusion as a member on the Board of Directors of the Society for Moving Images about the Xenofulture Environment.

Xenoculture is a term coined by Iranian writer and philosopher Reza Negarestani that describes the need for embracing and exploring the unexpected, the alien.

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