Leslie Lok, Kurt Jordan, Matthew Reiter, and Sasa Zivkovic: UNFRAME

A large wooden and metal structure sticking out of the ground next to a walking path.

Related Pages
Global Cornell Awards Support New International Courses
The Future Inside and Out: Cornell Biennial Blankets Campus This Fall
First Two-Story, 3D-Printed Concrete Home in the U.S. is Under Construction in Houston
Sound, Light Artists to Lead Celebration of Cornell Biennial
First-of-its-Kind 3D-Printed Home Blends Concrete, Wood
In Houston, Work Gets Underway on a Two-Story Home that Pairs Traditional Wood Framing with 3D-Printed Components
Dezeen Awards 2022
Biomaterial Building Exposition at the University of Virginia
2022 Cornell Biennial Artist Preview
2022 Cornell Biennial Artists Announced
Expo of Biomaterial Structures Populates University of Virginia Campus, Created by Architecture Students and Scholars
Ooh, What's That? 'Bio-Builds' Around Grounds Are Part of an Architecture School Expo
2021–22 Wood Design & Building Award Winners Announced
"Robotic Construction Can Help Us Design Better Buildings": An Interview with HANNAH
18 Designers Share Hopes, Fears, and Disruptors for 2022
Arts Quad Installation Upcycles Wood With Mixed Reality
ArchDaily Selects the Best New Practices of 2021
Leslie Lok elected to ACADIA Board
Dang Qun: The Memory and Spirit of Architecture
HANNAH's Project Wins NYSCA 2021 Grant
Crisis: An Opportunity to Build Better Spaces
Rozana Montiel: Something From Nothing
The Tech to Expect in 2021
Dezeen's Top 10 Cabins of 2020
Silver Linings: Innovation, Kits, Tech Animate a Hybrid Semester
Design Miami: Architects for Beirut
This Tiny 3D-Printed Cabin Makes a Big Statement About Sustainability
Pavilions Inhabit the Space Between Art and Architecture
AAP Faculty Explore Design Innovation, Resilience
Three Things to Know About FABRICATE 2020
HANNAH, Experimental Design Practice Wins Architectural League Prize
Cabin Project Upcycles Ash Trees for Sustainable Architecture
Roundtables to Explore 2020 Biennial Theme: Swarm
Leslie Lok: Investigating Construction's Novel Materials
Sandra Barclay and Leslie Lok: The Making of Practice
Lok and Charles Receive Grants from President's Council of Cornell Women
In High Demand: Housing Innovation from the Studio to the Global City
ACADIA 2018 Includes Four Projects from Architecture's Digital Fabrication Labs
Architecture Faculty and Alumnus Team Up at Robotic Fabrication Conference
Log Knot, The Emperor's Canary, and Todd: AAP Faculty and Student Work in the 2018 CCA Biennial
Sasa Zivkovic and Brian Havener: Log Knot: On Perpetual Wood Cycles and Forest Processes
Robotically-Built Log Knot Installation on Ag Quad Optimizes Wood Usage
Virginia San Fratello and Leslie Lok: The Making of Practice
RRRolling Stones Rolls Out at Socrates Sculpture Park
Architecture Faculty News: Spring 2018
Student Teams Win Composites in Architecture Design Challenge
Lok Hired as Assistant Professor of Architecture
How They Roll: Architecture Faculty Create Winning Design
The Living Room and Bodies Intersect Buildings at IPADÉ
AAP Undergrad is Gensler Diversity Award Winner with Boathouse Design
ARCH 4509/6509: Drawing Housing Manifestos
Architecture Faculty, Students, Present Research Papers at ACADIA Conference
Architecture Faculty Dimcheff and Lok Present Papers at ACSA Conference
Clark Thenhaus and Sasa Zivkovic: Darlings in the Living Room
Saša Begović and Sasa Zivkovic: The Making of Practice
Critically Now: Will This Robot Take My Job?
Jimenez Lai, Leslie Lok, and Jennifer Gray: Story Time in the Living Room
Critically Now Event Series Supports Screenings, Classes, Exhibitions
Zivkovic Joins Architecture Faculty
B.Arch. Work Included in The Best Student Work Worldwide in ArchDaily

Also of Interest

Close overlay