Situ Partner Brad Samuels discusses ongoing research projects on The Monocle Daily Radio show
On October 22 at 7:00 pm at Studio-X NYC at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation Bradley Samuels is presenting: "Signal to Noise" followed by a presentation by Laura Kurgan titled "Mapping, Technology, & Politics" and a moderated Q & A discussion about the ranging roles of digital mapping, remote sensing and the aerial within today's design practice.
Free and open to the public; no RSVP necessay. For more information and directions please vist GSAPP's event website here
Situ Studio has been selected for the exhibition Uneven Growth at the Museum of Modern Art. Over the next 14 months, Situ and five other teams of researchers and practitioners will examine new architectural possibilities for global metropolises.
The results will be displayed at MoMA from November 22, 2014 - May 10, 2015.
NBC News Science profiled GIRI at the Princeton Deparment of Geoscience's new Grinder Lab. Click here to read.
On June 26, 2013, two survivors of the drama that cause the death of 63 migrants in the Mediterranean Sea in April 2011, filed complaints before the Tribunal de grande instance in Paris and the Audiencia Nacional in Madrid, invoking the data visualized in Situ's Forensic Oceanography report. Read the FIDH report here.
Situ Studio participated in a panel at the Intersections 2013: Interoperable Workflow | Innovative Practice symposium on May 31st. The symposium is being presented at the New York City College of Technology in conjunction with the National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education grant Fuse LAB: Collaborative Education for Tomorrow's Technology in Architecture, Engineering and Construction.
Situ and the Princeton University Department of Geosciences presented GIRI at the American Association of Petroleam Geologiests Annual Convention & Exhibition in Pittsburgh May 19 - 22.
Situ Studio will be speaking at the University of Virginia School of Architecture as part of the Clark-Howe Colloquium lecture series on March 28th.