Interdisciplinary Research Program – TUDelft Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
Inland, Seaward—End-of-the-Year TUDelft Transitional Territories Graduation and AA Diploma Unit 9 Studios Exhibition

Online Exhibition
Work-in-Progress Transitional Territories Graduation Studio

with Pantopia / Architectural Association Diploma 9 : The Third Territorial Attractor

Launched: 05.02.2021 —
Open exhibition at: https://transitionalterritories.org/

Curated by

Transitional Territories Graduation Studio: Inland, Seaward. The Trans-coastal Project

Under the framework of Delta Urbanism Research Group, Section of Urban Design.
Department of Urbanism, TU Delft Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment.

 

Image credit: Photo by Supardi Sinaga on Unsplash

The works presented in the exhibition “INLAND, SEAWARD – The Transcoastal Project” closes the first year of a new three years cycle of Transitional Territories Studio on the de- / re-territorialization of places, structures and cultures between land and sea.
For the academic year 2020-2021, Transitional Territories studio of the TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft, focused on the geographic space of four climate zones, informed by four lines of inquiry (matter-topos-habitat-geopolitics) and identified scales and subjects of concern. The studio collectively envisioned the possibility and acceptance of diverse forms of inhabitation between land and water—seeking a revised balance between society and nature. The research on the state of the territorial project was developed in collaboration with Diploma Unit 9 at the Architectural Association, School of Architecture, London. The unit develops projects on a territorial scale, with a strong focus on spatial diagnostics and territorial transformation. At the heart of the unit lies the idea that crises should be revealed and designed rather than latent and suffered.
Four lines of inquiry
subjects. composition. alteration. limit. projections
— ‘Matter’
Earth
Water
Air
— ‘Topos’
Terraforming
Erasure
Translations
Flux
— ‘Habitat’
Mutualism
Competition
Diversity
Entropy
— ‘Politics’
Climate Regime
Ethics
Ownership
Displacement (after belonging)
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Inland Seaward
Curated by
TT Studio
dr.ir. Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin | dr.ir. Luisa Maria Calabrese
Website
Robert Reinartz | Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin
Illustrations Projections: Inland, Seaward
Petra Grgic
Sound Projections: Inland, Seaward
Northbound, a documentary about Finmark by Boaz Pieters and Mark Slierings under the framework of Transitional Territories, Landscapes of coexistence studio 2019.
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Transitional Territories
Students:
Jānis Bērziņš | Hadrien Cassan | Laura Conijn |Cas Goselink | Jurriënne Heijnen | Marijne Kreulen | Lucas Meneses Di Gioia Ferreira | Kinga Murawska | Asmita Puspasari | Zhongjing Zhang

 

 

Pantopia / AA Diploma 9: The Third Territorial Attractor
Stefan Einar Laxness | Antoine Vaxelaire (unit master)
Students:
Vasilis Appios | Luciana Bondio | Jasmine Chui Lam Chung | Romain Conti-Granteral | Philip Nazih Gharios | Jia Wei Huang | Vic Sheng-ya Huang | Hendrick Hing Chun Lin | Romain Rihouet | Andrew Robertson | Ezgi Terzioglu | Zi Min Ting | Mohamad Riad Yassine
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The exhibition opened on July 8th 2021 with the invited design critics Laura Cipriani (TU Delft, Landscape Architecture), Nikos Katsikis (TU Delft Urban Design), Stefan Laxness and Antoine Vaxelaire (Architectural Association, School of Architecture, London) with students from both studios.
Related
International Delta Conference—Redesigning Deltas
Territory as a Project: Accumulation—Clearance. Work-in-Progress Exhibition—2021-2022