Ruspantini Architectes

  • Tour de Contrôle Aéroport DMZ
    Tour de Contrôle Aéroport
    Urbanisme et aménagement de lotissement 
    1988
    (999 - Étranger)
    DMZ Corea
    97 Kenmare St
    New York, NY NY 10012
    États-Unis
    Architecte(s) associé(s) :
    Paul Virilio
    Maître d’ouvrage :
    Storefront for Art and Architecture, Gallery in New York
    • situation : DMZ Corea - 97 Kenmare St, NY 10012 New York
    • date : 1988
    • type : Concours d'idées
    • statut : exhibition / exposition
    • client: : Storefront for Art and Architecture, Gallery in New York
    • architectes associés / partnership : Paul Virilio
    • publications : Storefront Newsletter
    • mission : event / événementiel

    Project DMZ was an extensive Storefront project aimed at addressing from an architectural standpoint the effects of conflict by proposing alternative spatial strategies in relation to the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Taking the DMZ as an exemplification of political, military and economic polarization, the project called for the use of design strategies rather than military force to initiate paths toward reunification of the Korean peninsula and its people. Project DMZ was structured as an open forum that encouraged the participation of individuals of different generations, cultures and disciplines of practice. Participants included Nam June Paik, Paul Virilio and Avant Travaux Studio, and Lebbeus Woods

    avant travaux
    partnership Paul Virilio
  • Plaquette Projet
    Plaquette Projet
    Urbanisme et aménagement de lotissement 
    1988
    (999 - Étranger)
    DMZ Corea
    97 Kenmare St
    New York, NY NY 10012
    États-Unis
    Architecte(s) associé(s) :
    Paul Virilio
    Maître d’ouvrage :
    Storefront for Art and Architecture, Gallery in New York
    • situation : DMZ Corea - 97 Kenmare St, NY 10012 New York
    • date : 1988
    • type : Concours d'idées
    • statut : exhibition / exposition
    • client: : Storefront for Art and Architecture, Gallery in New York
    • architectes associés / partnership : Paul Virilio
    • publications : Storefront Newsletter
    • mission : event / événementiel

    Project DMZ was an extensive Storefront project aimed at addressing from an architectural standpoint the effects of conflict by proposing alternative spatial strategies in relation to the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Taking the DMZ as an exemplification of political, military and economic polarization, the project called for the use of design strategies rather than military force to initiate paths toward reunification of the Korean peninsula and its people. Project DMZ was structured as an open forum that encouraged the participation of individuals of different generations, cultures and disciplines of practice. Participants included Nam June Paik, Paul Virilio and Avant Travaux Studio, and Lebbeus Woods

    avant travaux
    partnership Paul Virilio
  • Publication Recto StoreFront Galerie à New York
    Publication Recto StoreFront Galerie à New York
    Urbanisme et aménagement de lotissement 
    1988
    (999 - Étranger)
    DMZ Corea
    97 Kenmare St
    New York, NY NY 10012
    États-Unis
    Architecte(s) associé(s) :
    Paul Virilio
    Maître d’ouvrage :
    Storefront for Art and Architecture, Gallery in New York
    • situation : DMZ Corea - 97 Kenmare St, NY 10012 New York
    • date : 1988
    • type : Concours d'idées
    • statut : exhibition / exposition
    • client: : Storefront for Art and Architecture, Gallery in New York
    • architectes associés / partnership : Paul Virilio
    • publications : Storefront Newsletter
    • mission : event / événementiel

    Project DMZ was an extensive Storefront project aimed at addressing from an architectural standpoint the effects of conflict by proposing alternative spatial strategies in relation to the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Taking the DMZ as an exemplification of political, military and economic polarization, the project called for the use of design strategies rather than military force to initiate paths toward reunification of the Korean peninsula and its people. Project DMZ was structured as an open forum that encouraged the participation of individuals of different generations, cultures and disciplines of practice. Participants included Nam June Paik, Paul Virilio and Avant Travaux Studio, and Lebbeus Woods

    avant travaux
    partnership Paul Virilio
  • Publication Verso StoreFront Galerie à New York
    Publication Verso StoreFront Galerie à New York
    Urbanisme et aménagement de lotissement 
    1988
    (999 - Étranger)
    DMZ Corea
    97 Kenmare St
    New York, NY NY 10012
    États-Unis
    Architecte(s) associé(s) :
    Paul Virilio
    Maître d’ouvrage :
    Storefront for Art and Architecture, Gallery in New York
    • situation : DMZ Corea - 97 Kenmare St, NY 10012 New York
    • date : 1988
    • type : Concours d'idées
    • statut : exhibition / exposition
    • client: : Storefront for Art and Architecture, Gallery in New York
    • architectes associés / partnership : Paul Virilio
    • publications : Storefront Newsletter
    • mission : event / événementiel

    Project DMZ was an extensive Storefront project aimed at addressing from an architectural standpoint the effects of conflict by proposing alternative spatial strategies in relation to the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Taking the DMZ as an exemplification of political, military and economic polarization, the project called for the use of design strategies rather than military force to initiate paths toward reunification of the Korean peninsula and its people. Project DMZ was structured as an open forum that encouraged the participation of individuals of different generations, cultures and disciplines of practice. Participants included Nam June Paik, Paul Virilio and Avant Travaux Studio, and Lebbeus Woods

    avant travaux
    partnership Paul Virilio