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turbulence

incubator

flocking and floating

social prosthetics

in-folie fun palace

collective housing

Ana-Maria Lungu academic work 2014-2017

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ANA-MARIA LUNGU academic work 2014-2017

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TABLE OF CONTE NTS

T U R B U L E N C E 2016 - 2017 | 5th year | 1st semester, Special structures, Office tower, Bucharest

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team: Ana-Maria Lungu, Iancu Niculescu coordinators: Dorin Ștefan, Dan Dinoiu, Ioana Ardelean guest critics: Francoise Pamfil, Anca Mitrache, Dorin Ștefan I N C U B A T O R 2015 - 2016 | 4th year | 2nd semester, Insertion in typical sites, Extension of university of installations engineering, Bucharest team: 1st phase: Ana-Maria Lungu, Iancu Niculescu, Filip Radu, Victor Șerbănescu, Mihai Popeangă 2nd phase: Ana-Maria Lungu coordinators: Dorin Ștefan, Dan Dinoiu, Ioana Ardelean guest critics: Dorin Ștefan, Alexandru Crișan, Calin Irimescu

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F L O C K I N G A N D F L O A T I N G 2016 - 2017 | 5th year | 1st semester, Special structures, Reappraisal of Eiffel tower in and for 2016 coordinators: Dorin Ștefan, Dan Dinoiu, Ioana Ardelean guest critics: Dorin Ștefan, Dan Dinoiu, Ioana Ardelean S O C I A L P R O S T H E T I C S 2015 - 2016 | 4th year | 2nd semester, Insertion in typical sites, A house for Klaus Nomi

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team: Ana-Maria Lungu, Iancu Niculescu, Mihai Popeangă studio: Dorin Ștefan, Dan Dinoiu, Ioana Ardelean tutor: Claudiu Bârsan-Pipu supported by: Diana Maria Filote, Sebastian Roncea consultants: George Bîrsan, Ioana Covali, Claudia Bodeanu guest critics: Dorin Ștefan, Dan Dinoiu, Ioana Ardelean I N - F O L I E F U N P A L A C E 2016 - 2017 | 5th year | 2nd semester, Future challenges, Fun palace futures - (Con) fusion -holly grill, Bucharest

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team: 1st phase: Ana-Maria Lungu, Iancu Niculescu, Filip Radu, Victor Șerbănescu, Mihai Popeangă, Didier Chifan, Nicolae Ciontea, Sebastian Comănescu, Cristina Costea, Vlad Iosif, coordinators: Dorin Ștefan, Dan Dinoiu, Ioana Ardelean guest critics: Dorin Ștefan, Dan Dinoiu, Ioana Ardelean C O L L E C T I V E H O U S I N G 2014 - 2015 | 3rd year | 2nd semester, Housing and urban density, Collective housing in Bucharest team: Ana-Maria Lungu, Alina Abraham coordinators: Ștefan Ghenciulescu, Cosmin Pavel, Mihnea Simiraș guest critics: Ștefan Ghenciulescu, Adrian Spirescu, Alexandru Andrieș

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view from the train

L O C A T I O N : Bucharest, Giulești street, in close proximity to Gara de Nord train station

north side

Ceaușescu wanted to test the elevators which were planned to be used for the People`s House. Because of the fact that the elevator test tower built in 1972 was only 37 meters in hight, the comrade ordered for a bigger tower to be built, 37 meters higher than Schneider tower which was 77 meters in hight. The elevators of the People`s House were planned to go through such a deep shafts because they were engineered to go down to the atomic shelter. So the tower IFMA was created, in close proximity to Gara de Nord, for the safety of the communist leader. (Alex Iacob, Turnul IFMA, www.vice. com)

south side

The tower has never been used. Despite this fact, the tower represents a symbol for the city, announcing the visitor he arrived in. east side

west side

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Because the existing tower does not have the capacity to support the required functions, only its position as a symbol will be kept.

T U R B U L E N C E /ˈtɜːbjʊləns/ noun 1.a state or condition of confusion, movement, or agitation; disorder Collins English Dictionary Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition

I N T E N S I T Y / ɪnˈtensɪti / noun [countable/uncountable] 2. the degree to which something makes you concentrate a lot or use a lot of emotion Macmillan Dictionary

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The aim was to create an emergent architecture in order to produce intensity. THE TOWER

THE ADJACE NT SPACES

THE ECONOMICAL ENGINE accomodates the office program, responsible for collecting flows of people.

The quality of the street is shaped by the configuration of the levels of the building which align with it.

THE SOCIAL ENGINE responsible for fostering the intensity; it contains single, double and triple room apartments, and gardens.

The 4 volumes represent the immediate interface between the exterior and interior public space.

THE COATING protects the ‘economical engine’ and feeds the ‘social engine’; it is composed of elements which function as cilia; it helps with the adjustment of the temperature in the office spaces, and provides the apartments and gardens with water, after it is collected from the atmosphere.

The 4 volumes contain sport halls, library, food court, and makerspace.

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The configuration of these volumes is generated by the tower - the turbulent element.

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Tower - the turbulent generator. The process of generating the adjacent spaces.

office rooms, last level - bar apartments gardens ground floor: conference rooms, showrooms and lobby mezzanine: foyer, multifunctional halls makerspace food court library sport halls pavilion

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view from the park, west side

The park was conceived as a barrier against the altered rail zone, and against the train noise. The pavilion links the intermodal node with the proposed organism, facilitating people`s movement, capable of accommodating a series of public events, such as expositions.

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pavilion rails

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view from the Giulesti street, east side

The quality of the street is shaped by the configuration of the levels of the building which align with it. The space at the street level is conceived as a public plaza, which invites people in. At ground level, the two volumes of the tower contains conference rooms, and showrooms. The two-storey lobby is placed between the volumes, and includes the accesses to the mezzanine. At mezzanine, there are the foyers for the conference rooms at ground level, and two multifunctional halls.

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sport hall / ground floor

sport hall / 1st floor

sport hall / 2nd floor

library / 1st floor

library/ 2nd floor

food court / 1st floor

makerspace / 1st floor

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s e c t i o n

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c r o s s

s e c t i o n


office rooms 34th floor

b a r 3 6 t h & 45 t h f l o o r

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view from the core`s garden The core - ‘the social engine’ functions as a spine. It contains in its structure the installation which transports the water - collected from the atmosphere, through the “cilia”, and filtered by the system located in a subterranean room - , the gardens and apartments. The core is made of a triangulated structure, which functions independent of the office volumes` structures.

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single room apartment

triple room apartment

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incubator


view from the courtyard, south side An I N C U B A T O R is a space in which multi-linear fields (highly connected, yet independent, in a network organization) come together in a sort of atrium, an area of concentration, an interface in shared places of vertical and horizontal movements; it is the place of public and friction space. Conceptually, an incubator is a space of physical proximity, visual connection, gradation of connectivity working in three (four) dimensions. The bifurcations, openings, closings, surfaces, intervals, heights and depths of this conceptual space are the territory of highly connected, but also independent units. (Juan Carlos Sanchez Tappan, Lars Teichmann, Kris van Veert, The Metapolis Dictionary of Advanced Architecture, ACTAR, 2003) 22

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L O C A T I O N : Bucharest, Pache Protopopescu street, central area

The A G O R A was a central public space in ancient Greek city-states. The literal meaning of the word is “gathering place” or “assembly”. The agora was the center of athletic, artistic, spiritual and political life of the city. (https://en.wikipedia.org)

A S T O A , in ancient Greek architecture, is a covered walkway or portico, commonly for public use. Later examples were built as two stories, with a roof supporting the inner colonnades where shops or sometimes offices were located. They followed Ionic architecture. These buildings were open to the public; merchants could sell their goods, artists could display their artwork, and religious gatherings could take place. Stoas usually surrounded the marketplaces or agora of large cities and were used as a framing device. (https://en.wikipedia.org)

Architecture as a supporting field, a density of vectors, cluster of links in a chain, as an intensity taking into account field forces, in this way, to the implants, the influences, the links, to attracting and repelling forces; (Manuel Gausa, The Metapolis Dictionary of Advanced Architecture, ACTAR, 2003)

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p h o t o s


view from the interior entrance / circulation

office library

info-point / library

amphitheater

laboratory maker space

exposition hall

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canteen

info-point / bookstore

office space

office space

meeting space

meeting space

amphitheater laboratory

foyer multifunctional hall

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office space

students library sport halls multifunctional hall


ground floor

first floor

second floor

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c r o s s

s e c t i o n

f r o n t

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view from the courtyard, north side

The outside is as important and definitive as the inside. What we have are not objects and an exterior reality, but continuity between forms that wrap and unwrap, open and close, that focus and serve as a focus. Architecture thus expands in reality, in a medium and in the environment. The medium in which it appears is a field. (Jose Morales, The Metapolis Dictionary of Advanced Architecture, ACTAR, 2003)

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flocking and floating


urban agglomeration

parks` neglect

increased population density

squares resulted from streets drawing

If the city could cry, one might hear wails on the majority of the inhabited axis and areas in Bucharest, in the absence of healing green space, in the distressing and deconstructing absence of green... (Cerasella Crăciun, Spaţiile verzi în Bucureşti, www.igloo.ro) parks having impact on the city scale parks having local impact

L O C A T I O N : Bucharest, Romania

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platforms plan

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top view

view from the park


Today, P E R F O R M A N C E does not mean anymore to build with advanced structural elements, as in the case of the Eiffel Tower. Performance is to make the city live better. The massive occupancy of the majority of the empty areas in the city led to the absence of the green spaces necessary for humans` s lives. In Bucharest, green spaces lose the battle against the pollution, caused by the excessive number of vehicles. The pollution affects more and more humans` health and safety. Giving this context, humans have to endure the poor environment. They spend their lives in the city, but they do not enjoy it, a fact that leads to serious social issues. The absence of the green spaces led to mall-ification.

helium balloon membrane for collecting polluted air structure parks platforms elevators composition

no pollution

T H E P R O J E C T aims to bring the desire for life back. It is a response to the social issues and city pollution. Each system of parks is a place for contemplation, and also for human interactions. The position of a system in the city is determined by a program according to some given parameters.

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The system is composed of platforms which accommodate the parks, elevators for transporting people and a system of helium balloons which supports the entire structure, having an outer membrane that collects the polluted air. The collected polluted air is transformed into energy in the day, which supplies the city with light into the night. regaining the meaning of life

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social prosthetics


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http://socialprosthetics.tumblr.com/

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S O C I A L P R O S T H E T I C S is an architectural experiment for the final presentation at Ion Mincu University of Architecture. The experiment examines the impact that a house has on its environment and how a house responds to its environment. Our goal was to understand the concept of home which is more than a shelter, and also how a house can reflect what you are and what you want to be. The idea of house was represented by three costumes designed according to each own personality. The costume is similar to a prosthetics device, which helps improving the ability of integrating into society. The studio project, having the theme a house for, included 8 sub-themes coordinated by 8 tutors. Our theme, a house for Klaus Nomi proposed, as a starting point for this experiment, to explore the personality of the singer Klaus Nomi. He was known, besides his unique theatrical live performances by his unusual costumes.

H O M E The actual place of residence -resistance of the subject in the city always been the home. Public space does not pertain to the dweller, not only because it belongs to others, but because at the same time it is controlled. At home are all the things that never found a precise place. At home, one finds all the things that memory has cornered. Memory would be, then, the place of space more than time. With memory, duration no longer exists to allow imprecise residing. (Jose Morales, The Metapolis Dictionary of Advance Architecture, ACTAR, 2003)

P R O S T H E T I C S ...architecture cannot limit itself to simply extending the body, or sustaining it, but rather it must be simultaneously a receptive and active supplement; a device which is singular (autonomous and artificial) and complicit (individual and interactive); estranged from, and at the same time sensitive to, the particular; capable of regulating itself and, at the same time, of restructuring, restimulating and strengthening the host in order to take it beyond its own limits: revealing that which was hidden. Architecture must work as an “antitype� which is in syntony with the host body so as not to provoke rejection, yet no longer in harmonious symbiosis with it. (Manuel Gausa, The Metapolis Dictionary of Advance Architecture, ACTAR, 2003)

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For me, to express my masculinity means to hide my vulnerability. From my point of view, a man is strong, independent. The features of a woman are sensibility, dependence, vulnerability, both physically and mentally. For a woman, the clothes are weapons against the others, and help her to project herself where she wants to be; they do not necessarily express what she is. Because of that, I would like my costume to illustrate the independence, the imposing, a unapproachable personality, but at the same time the sophisticated. Through the costume I want to express the mystery; one must ask oneself what is behind it.

The costume is based on the idea of the PLACENTA, which is the organ that emerges in the umbilical cord and allows the intermediation between the mother and her baby or breeding as the pregnancy develops. Thanks to the placenta, which attaches to the uterus, baby can be nurtured, breathe and expel waste. As the pregnancy progresses, the placenta loses thickness, so the exchanges are more intense. (https://edukalife.blogspot.ro) Like the placenta, the costume was conceived as an intermediate between me and the society.

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In my opinion, femininity means sensibility and sensibility assumption. The idea of my costume is based on two characteristics which define me, that I consider being the sensitive side of my personality. The first is the fact there are moments when I am not self-reliant, and because of that I need others` appreciation of my ideas, or of my actions. In order to have their approval, I adapt myself to them. The second characteristic is that I empathize with other people in order to understand them better. Illustrating this side of my personality, and referring to the dynamics of some architectural insertions in sites, I would like, through my costume, to expose these characteristics, to express my social adaptation.

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From my point of view, a woman is more vulnerable when she has to “carry” her dependencies, while a man is capable of “carrying” them by himself and being independent. I am dependent of some factors which induce me a state of physical and mental comfort. These dependencies are like a baggage which one has to carry, and which fosters one`s comfort, but at the same time diminishes one`s strength. I would like to express these dependencies as a burden. The idea of the costume that I have in mind illustrates this struggle, but at the same time expresses my inner strength.

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THE EXPERIMENT . SOCIAL INTERACTION.

A house performs in its environment. There are interchanges between a house and its environment. A costume is a house for the body and mind. The experiment examines the impact that a house has on its environment and how a house responds to its environment. Body language is a form of communication which helps to establish the relationship between two entities. Through this experiment, we concluded that a costume reflects one`s personality or what one wants to be. It influences the perception of the society about one` self.

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in -funfolie palace


https://infolie.tumblr.com/

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B67 s o c i e t y Scope Scalability. Local goes Global goes Glocal. We see 2067 as a global utopia. Our most current problems have been resolved, they most likely are replaced by a new suite of global dilemmas that are too complex to be anticipated in the near future because of the possible ramifications; a global utopia strongly influenced by features that define the world on a global scale, contaminated, on one hand by some specific attributes of the local population that currently inhabits this territory, and on the other by the transit of those populations that we anticipate. Goals & Values Ideologies in B67 (Bucharest 2067). A reevaluation of a “post-anything” society. We imagine that this ideology will emerge along with replacing labor, by automating production and transport, which will allow the individual to focus on jobs that require creativity and improvisation. In parallel, a rise in the average level of culture and civilization will be achieved. We foresee a society where the right / access to information prevails, it becomes content, in which claims to technological patents are abolished and the technology is open-source. VR (virtual reality) already manifests in our contemporary society in some way or another, but it will not reach a higher degree of importance, it will only gain momentum. Its role will be to offer experiences in relation with the physical reality; VR will become a sort of a platform. A new society is developing in which abundance and diversity creates a desire to experience and to know; basic needs are easily met, the focus as such, switches from consumption of products towards consumption of true experience. Power & Politics Post-Politics. Aristotel was a cyborg. On the political scene a form of neo-democracy unveils, upon which stands hyper-conectivity, obtained in a hyperreality, a new level of instant communication. A digital platform perfectly designed and integrated into ordinary reality, enables a instantaneous democratic vote and a unmediated transparency of decision making. Members/Citizens + Economics Works & Leisure The price to live in the City. Dissolved boundaries. We will be the witnesses of a mixed society, whose borders are being dissolved in a world where nomadism or “dwelling en route” have become the status quo. Experiences become an integral part of the economy. Social stratification cannot be abolished completely, but equalization of access to information and resources, differences between social classes, will be reduced. Education + Technology [...] 4 bilion bricks later. Deconstructing the wall The old educational system will underpin a deconstructed and reconstructed educational network that will encourage interdisciplinary and collaboration. Scientific progress is one of the goals in the society of 2067. Family+Children+Religion Meta-Family. After tomorrow is only a difference in shade An increase of 50% -75% of lifetime, due to increased prosperity and medical breakthroughs, will give rise to new subphases and family relationships. In regarding, choosing gender and sexuality, there is no segregation and prejudice. Arts+Media Each of us is a channel. You have art, you take part. Recording technology and the pervasive network will facilitate not only immediate access to information but also their broadcasting. This means a dissolution of the media industry as we know it today; in a society where each individual becomes a “broadcasting channel” the profession of journalism as we know it today is metamorphosed. Art becomes content and vice versa. The most popular forms of art are in the physical environment that provide a temporary experience, streaming, to be strongly linked to the place of origin, a unique sensorial experience. The Physical Architecture is the game and just that. Architecture is entertainment. The new architecture is in a anthropic state, the interaction between the user and used becomes more complex. The built environment is composed of a series of volatile parameters that are directly related to activities. Time becomes the key element of the consumer society and space ...a pretext to consume time.

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Conceptual representation of FUN PALACE.

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[...] this new, moral and spiritual, social structure of the year 2067, shows itself as a series of instable systems,in a continuous transformation, it rearranges, reorganizing itself in a perpetual movement of contraction and dilatation, the pulse that conjures the basis of a new circulation, a new path for experience and in fact of the experiment; [...] this new society divided into bits of information, the pillars of the new infrastructure, develops together with the landscape, a new form of intensity - a osmotic membrane that dissolves and reconfigures the static, the material, the permanence; thus the residual character of the interstitial environment gathers a new dimension: of a space as a mirage; in this newly created dimension, that sum of spaces that we may call the city, loses its boundaries and becomes a sum of time-actions, a non-space; [...] the process of creation, simulation, design, is altered by this new spatial framework where time becomes a forth dimensional component of the city; [...] the substance becomes “flow” controlled by a disciplined and choreographed movement of a culture of exchange where education and entertainment become edutainment- the main conductor of the osmotic membrane which generates the ephemeral character of the interstitial - the zipspace; [...] “fun is in the eye of the beholder”...What is in fact fun?- a process defined by an input, a field of actions augmented by layers of sensations, stimuli, colors, spontaneity, unpredictability, suspense; [...] this new society, witnesses a new vocabulary in a state of permanent change,; architecture folds itself in an assemblage defined by these unstable parameters of this new social structure, it assumes a risk, it offers us a chance, it holds us in a excited state and it offers us in the end this perpetual process, always “in-progress’, an environment of fun, a fun place, a FUN-PALACE.

experimenting F U N P A L A C E

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collective housing


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1-room apartment 2-rooms apartment 3-rooms apartment 4-rooms apartment public space collective space elevator parking access garbage

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public area

public coridor

private area

private area

private area

public area

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ground floor

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2nd floor

3rd floor

4th floor L O C A T I O N : Bucharest, Petru RareČ™ street, in close proximity to Gara de Nord train station The site is located between two zones: one agitated, in relationship with the train station, where the city is in development, the other calm, with one-level or two-level houses. The site is like an anteroom, connecting these two areas. The project aims to bring in a harmonic symbiosis the characteristics of each areas. Having this in mind, the concept was based on the idea of development, and also, on the idea of bringing together the community, by creating, on one hand the modules which have the possibility to adapt to new situations, or to add other modules, and on the other hand the spaces shaped so as to foster the interaction between the inhabitants. We envisioned that the spaces in the area, which are in close proximity to the site, would be demolished because of their poor functional state, permitting the development on the proposed initial volume. The volume is composed of 3.4m x 3.4m modules, that joins together, shaping the spaces inside, or creating terraces.

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view from a terrace, west side

The apartments` shapes differ form each other. There are 4 types of apartments: 1-room, 2-rooms, 3-rooms and 4-rooms apartments, each type having one level-hight, double-height, or triple-hight. All the apartments have terraces.

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REFERENCES

TURBULENCE http://www.dlr.de/100Jahre/en/DesktopDefault.aspx/tabid-3297/5146_read-7457/gallery-1/gallery_read-Image.37.2911/ http://www.dlr.de/100Jahre/DesktopDefault.aspx/tabid-2571/4434_read-7390/gallery-1/gallery_read-Image.37.2869/ http://hbardaweel.wixsite.com FLOCKING AND FLOATING http://wallpaper-gallery.net/wallpapers/black-and-white-photography-wallpaper.html https://aerialxpressions.com/ http://www.descopera.ro/natura/14699203-pe-terra-cresc-trei-mii-de-miliarde-de-copaci-insa-rata-taierilor-creste-alarmant SOCIAL PROSTHETICS http://www.frukmagazine.com/vadim-stein/ https://ro.pinterest.com/pin/416864509231982742/ https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monstruo_de_Frankenstein http://www.designboom.com/art/levi-van-veluw-origin-of-the-beginning/ http://dogs.redmilkmagazine.com/2014/10/02/10-pictures-of-baby-animals-to-remind-you-the-world-is-wonderful/ http://www.thefashionisto.com/andrej-pejic-by-anthony-maule-for-dazed-confused-april-2011/ https://ro.pinterest.com/pin/374643262737330970/ https://ro.pinterest.com/pin/41587996529242209/ http://littleaesthete.com/daniel-firman-how-to-balance-an-elephant/

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turbulence

incubator

flocking and floating

in-folie

collective housing

social prosthetics

Profile for Ana-Maria Lungu

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