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La Dolce Vita in Italy

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Earlier this summer, I went to meet Juan in Italy to see the opening of the Venice Architecture Biennale. He and his team had already been there for a month, installing, traveling outside the city to get supplies, and exploring the city in the few free minutes they had. I was anxious to join him...

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Adventures in Mexico – Part 1

Popol Vuh: The Creation Story of the Maya This is an account of the beginning, when all was stillness, silence, and water. There was no light, no land, no plants, no people, and no animals. Six deities, covered, in green and blue feathers, lay in the primordial waters: the Framer and the Shaper, Tepew and Quetzal...

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Architecture for Qalqilya

Here is a story, one of many, of Qalqilya.   Sometimes you start a project with a really clear idea of were you want it to go and then you do everything possible to get there. Sometimes you start a project without any idea of where you want it to go and just ride along....

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Going Viral Exhibition at the Center for Architecture in NYC

Going Viral: Blurred Borders Cooking Architecture has been selected to be part of Voices Going Viral at the Center for Architecture in New York City for the Going Viral: Blurred Boundaries exhibition! Grab a friend and come out on May 21st at 6:00pm to see some incredible speakers and a collection of design blogs. Take a look at...

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A Visit to Japan

A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to visit Japan with the studio I am currently taking at MIT. It was an amazing experience, far too short, at most times overwhelming, but definitely one of the most memorable things I have done in the last couple of years. Japan, or the little that...

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Shipping Container Installation Part 2

I want to tell you a story about my Thanksgiving. I know. I know. Thanksgiving is long gone and Christmas is right around the corner, but I have to finish the story of the shipping container installation. My week of the installation fell on the Sunday after Thanksgiving and concluded the series in the shipping...

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Shipping Container Installation Part 1

We’ve been away from CookingArchitecture for a bit so it feels like a long time since the Dia de Los Muertos dinner. But don’t worry… we’ve been keeping busy creating other art installations and large meals for people, and we have it here to share with you! In early October, ParProjects invited artists from around Ohio...

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