Marc Moukarzel

Student
Marc Moukarzel is currently pursuing his Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design at The Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation, Columbia University.
Prior to that, he graduated from The Ecole Speciale d'Architecture, Paris, France, with a Master of Architecture and is a licensed architect. During his graduate study in Paris, Marc has done an exchange at Tokai University in Tokyo for one semester, and he has held two graduate teaching assistantships in architectural geometry and digital fabrication courses.
He has worked in architecture firms such as Massimiliano Fuksas architetto (Paris), Kengo Kuma & Associates (Tokyo), Shigeru Ban Architects (Tokyo), Manuelle Gautrand Architects (Paris).

Recent posts

02/22/2012

mengyi-fan:

master plan exercise - how can we think of the street as an integration with and not a seperation from the built space?

(1) street integrated building
(2) building as street
(3) express system with interchange
(4) local system with interchange
(5) original massing
(6) 40% open space
(7) underground system with street level connections

 
02/22/2012

mengyi-fan:

after the street…

studio exercise #2 drawings

 
02/22/2012

mengyi-fan:

after the street…

studio exercise #2 models

surface manipulation/intervention -
how the street/public space can dictate the form of buildings…what happens when a certain level of constraint is placed upon form? what new relationships can result from limitations?

 
02/18/2012