TEX-FAB REPEAT Winner Selected

TEX-FAB recently announced the winners of the TEX-FAB REPEAT Digital Fabrication Competition. The competition received a total of 73 entries from across the globe representing 18 countries on 5 continents. The jury consisting of Patrik Schumacher, Marc Fornes, Lisa Iwamoto, Chris Lasch and Blair Satterfield, who conferred and selected the winning project. "Minimal Complexity" by Vlad Tenu will be built for the TEX-FAB Event in Houston in February 2011. The competition was strong but at the end of the day Tenu's project stood out. From the entries the Jury selected 1 Winner, 4 Runners-Up and 7 Honorable Mentions which will be exhibited along side the winner. View more about the REPEAT competition and TEX-FAB by clicking any of the links.  


HouMinn to speak at Parsons

HouMinn is pleased to be presenting at Parsons the New School for Design as part of the Global Issues in Design lecture series. The lecture will be Tuesday October 26th, 6:00pm at the Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street in Manhattan. 


OSWall on display at the Muscarelle


OSWall (Open Source Wall) is on display at the Muscarelle Museum of Art  at the College of William and Mary as part of the exhibition titled "Envelop{e}s: Architect's Unfinished Experiments with Building 'Skins'". The show opened on September 18th and will run through October 31st. This collection of full-scale, experimental constructs and material assemblies was curated by Christopher Hight, Associate Professor at Rice University, and originally appeared at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery.


Making Modern Plans

Here is another blog to add to your Google Reader account. "Making Modern Plans" is the new blog site for Hometta. The folks at Hometta have enlisted the help of their ever growing stable of designers to provide fresh and interesting content. Make time to check out Making Modern Plans. Hometta blogs about OSWall here.


Dirty South vs Great White North


The folks at TEX-FAB put Blair on the hot-seat.
Here is the result; a brief question and answer session that focuses on Houston, Vancouver, and observations about two very different worlds of fabrication and production. 
Repeat Competition Juror Interview

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