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SUPERWORK 3:CO Speed Crits

Photos from the Bachelor of Architectural Design, Design Studio Mid-Semester Crits held on Thursday 20 April 2017 in the RMIT Design Hub.

Review Panel: Tina Atic, Debora Barton, Wenjin Lai, Suheri Purnomo, Meri Samosir, Vei Tan

The studio is a continuation of the SUPERWORK series that simultaneously explores; typological experiments through rule-based process techniques and; speculating on new experimental models for the contemporary work environment.

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SUPERWORK 3:CO The Docklands Cotton Mills Project

SUPERWORK 3:CO The Docklands Cotton Mills Project is the third iteration of the Superwork Series that Patrick Macasaet has been researching and teaching at RMIT Architecture + Urban Design, Bachelor Program.

The studio is a continuation of the SUPERWORK series that simultaneously explores; typological experiments through rule-based process techniques and; speculating on new experimental models for the contemporary work environment.

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SUPERWORK2 + PERFORMA

Patrick Macasaet will be teaching at RMIT Architecture for the Bachelor Program and Monash University Interior Architecture Program for 2016, Semester 2.

At RMIT, he will be leading the SUPERWORK2:NO TYPICAL design studio which will be the fourth iteration that explores process based experiments and contaminating typologies as part of the SUPER series .

At Monash, he will be co-teaching with Nicholas Braun and Jane Caught of SIBLING.  The design studio focuses on the traditional and informal performance in theatre/gallery contexts and subsequently, in the public realm.

SUPERWORK

Patrick Macasaet will be teaching at RMIT Architecture for the Bachelor Program 2016, Semester 1.  Part of the SUPER series that explores process based experiments and contaminating typologies, SUPERWORK will be the third iteration continuing from past design studios led with Helen Duong, SUPERNORMAL 1 and SUPERNORMAL 2.
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‘Studio Futures’ Book Launch

Patrick Macasaet was involved in the publication of ‘Studio Futures’ as the Editorial Assistant at RMIT University, Architecture + Design, working alongside Mat Ward of URO Media, Vivian Mitsogianni (Deputy Dean and Head, RMIT Architecture & Urban Design), Donald Bates (Head of Architecture, University of Melbourne) and Diego Ramirez (Head of Architecture, Monash University).

Studio Futures will be launched at the RMIT Design Hub on Nov 10, 6PM.  Visit the RMIT Architecture Facebook page for more details.

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Typeshifter

Patrick Macasaet will be teaching a design elective at RMIT Architecture to both Masters and Bachelor Program, Semester 2.  This elective is a continuation of an ongoing research and interest in Typological Contaminations/Shift through the lens of Process Based design experiments.

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Pavlova

2015 PAVLOVA Studio Poster

Patrick Macasaet will be teaching First Year Design Studio as a Studio Associate as well as a Communications Tutor at RMIT University, Bachelor of Architectural Studies Program.  Led by Dr. Michael Spooner, the first year studios’ curatorial agenda have been reframed and focuses on three streams: Atlas, Codex and Pavlova.  The Lyons House Museum will form the focus of each studio stream.
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SUPERNORMAL 2

Supernormal 2 Poster_RevA.ai

We are currently teaching at RMIT Architecture – Bachelor Program 2015, Semester 1 with Helen Duong.  This is the second iteration of our SUPERNORMAL Design Series exploring site investigations and process based experiment simultaneously.

The studio will expose students to two very different but we believe very complimentary design methodologies; 1. Rigorous site investigations and 2. Process-based experiments. This will allow students to examine opportunities and possibilities for the architectural project through a very particular methodical processes.  The studio is structured around  a series of workshops and exercises that privilege form making, leading to the design of a speculative suburban hybrid public library. Each exercise will focus on pure civic form, form and spatial, programmatic arrangements and form and landscape.

Click here for project page.