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    Empty Form studio mix pics

    Eduardo May 21 '07 3

    here's some pics of our studio with Reinhold. There's stuff from studio space and stuff from the final rev....

    first our top dog andrew...

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    now his hommie sleepless Matt, or 20/4 Matt, or rush REM Matt...


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    Windex Sabri Taji /// spotless corner turning

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    My desk mate Pete ( and some of his wife's work too)

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    My left side man, Nick....

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    Kool shit Kai....

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    My shit...

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    my independent research on skyscraper modules etc etc...(evolo 2007 stuff)

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    studio mess....

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    • 3 Comments

    • MADianito
      May 22, 07 12:19 pm

      Hey nice work in general, mi fav has to be ur deskmate Pete, his panels looks very sexy, also second place ur "shit" (not the evolo thing), i like the curvy stuff u were developing, what is it??, what is it for??,

      but nice nice in general, i miss the "student studio" life (believe it or not) anyways, congrats

      Eduardo
      May 22, 07 12:34 pm

      Danke Mariano. It was intense as all fabrication studios anywhere are. so whats up with you carnal? where are u based now?

      ooid
      Jun 1, 07 9:29 am

      looks like ben van berkel just passed through the corridors with his berkelish spirit.. :p

      congrats with the graduation anyway..

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After 6 years working at a commercial firm in London and setting up my own practice with collegues from the AA to deliver a comission for a tower we won in India, I am embarking on a new adventure as studio leader for a local firm in China, trying to reconnect with the experimental mind set I used to have during my days at GSAPP

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