Situ Studio co-authors essay titled "Forensic Architecture" in current issue of Architectural Design.
Fossil reconstruction project, in collaboration with Professor Adam Maloof of Princeton University, featured on the cover of September issue of Nature Geoscience. The cover image shows the polished surface of a Trezona Formation limestone rock containing fossils.
Situ Studio has collaborated with Professor Adam Maloof of Princeton University's Department of Geosciences on research that suggests the possible discovery of the earliest animal life on earth. The project presented a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary work, applying tools and strategies native to the fields of architecture and design to address pressing questions in Maloof's research. The collaboration focused on the digital reconstruction of fossils encased in ~650 million year old limestone samples.
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Situ Studio's report instrumental in reopening investigation into death of demonstrator during April 2009 West Bank protest.
Therese Diede and Shiouwen Hong contributed to the report.