HYPERBODY MSc1 ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES 2013-2014 [GRADES]
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1M.A. (Thijs) van der Lely4000773.spacePromising project that challenges architectural conventions. The ability to interact simultaneously with multiple building components (i.e. floors, ceilings) can lead to unique spatial experiences that have yet to be explored. Implementing the logic synchronously in multiple storeys would allow the project to reach higher design levels. 8
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M. L. M. (Milou) van Min4004787
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Oana Anghelache4329589
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H.M. (Rienk) Klaassen4103424
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P. A. (Stef) Hoeijmakers4016025
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2Ira Tavlaridi4331400HypervoidsTo a great extent, a highly appealing project. The newly gained knowledge was elaborately applied to the design process. However, by focusing the working prototype solely on the ceiling component, it somehow constrained the architectural potential of the concept. At the present stage, the project is considered much more reactive than interactive.7.5
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J. E. (Jordy) Vos4002563
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R. A. L. (Roel) Vogels4004035
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Simon Thien Guang Dinh4322053
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Zhenke Jin4331176
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3Albert Achammer4311825Interactive WallInteresting idea that allows for an engaging interplay with the wall surface. Nevertheless, the working prototype is weaker than the original intentions. Compared to the prototype, the developed visualizations are far more advanced and, further, provide a much better understanding of the concept. However, more functions could have been added to the system, so that it better attracts human attention, As is also the case with Group 2, the project is highly reactive, rather than interactive.7.5
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George Georgopoulos4325575
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Mattia Tintori4298020
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Michal Kornecki4319591
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Perry Low Jeng Jin4306996
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4E. E. (Mia) Tsiamis4323017E-CLOUDGenuine and inspiring concept of energy harvesting. Collecting energy from everyday human activities and giving back a reward can be perceived as a strong societal statement that is out of the ordinary. The prototype was also interesting, though - architecturally speaking - it could encourage a more collective, rather than individualistic, experience.8
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Kotryna Žvironaitė4320271
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Luca Vacchini4320050
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Marco Galli4322185
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5B. J. (Berend) Raaphorst4028953IRISThe mutlifunctionality of the module reinforces the conceptual underpinnings of this project. Yet, further design possibilities could have been investigated, mostly in terms of the module's morphological diversity (deviation from the "one-size-fits-all" logic).8.5
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Eldin Fajkovic4004833
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Ilham Lakhal 4090004
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Thijs IJperlaan1512595
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6Erdi Gao4304993AMPLIExemplary project. Fascinating idea for interactivity that holds promising potential. The effect of sound, an otherwise invisible spatial parameter, becomes visible and raises human awareness. In addition, it goes beyond a mere installation, as it is augmented with functional attributes.9.5
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J. M. (Hans) de Jonge1361295
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Matteo Biella4330757
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Patricio Simbana Escobar4326385
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V. J. (Vicky) Metzen4314328
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7Matteo Falduto4314344Torsion Tube Solar DiffuserIntriguing concept and ingenious adaptation of an industrial artifact at building scale. There is room for further design explorations in using the collected solar energy for functions beyond diffuse natural light in interior spaces.9
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R. P. (Radoslaw) Flis4322363
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M. (Javid) Jooshesh4288661
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Kasper Siderius4024443
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ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES GRADES [MSc1 2013-2014]