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Dan Simmons – Key Projects
Key architectural projects by this Canadian designer:
Remote Viewing Station
Sculpture Park proposal
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Architectural office based in Canada
Architect studio led by Daniel Simmons.
Exhibitions shown at MoMA-PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York City, M3 Projects in Brooklyn and the Emerge Art Fair.
Work published in Mark magazine, Dezeen, New York Observer and Pin-up Magazine for Architectural Entertainment.
2016 architecture fellow at the MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, New Hampshire, United States of America
Established in 1907, MacDowell is the nation’s first and leading artist residency.
In 1896, Edward MacDowell, a composer, and Marian MacDowell, a pianist, bought a farm in Peterborough, New Hampshire, where they spent summers working in peaceful surroundings.
The designer describes his work thus:
“An immersion in studio media results in hand-built models, drawings, castings and sculptural components. Within my iterative design process, sculptural / architectural physical constructions are always the starting point, and digital tools are used to perform particular object manipulations that wouldn’t be possible otherwise or which are just more expedient in the digital space.” source: website aboutus page.
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