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Janet Tam Jason Johnson Joshua Taron Matthew Knapik Steven Rowe

WEATHER STRIPPING: John Frye Pavilion

Date: 2011
Client: City of Edmonton
Principal Investigators: Joshua Taron, Jason S. Johnson
Collaborators: n/a
Project Budget: n/a
Research Assistants/ Project Team: Steven Rowe, Janet Tam, Matthew Knapik,
Funding Agencies: n/a
Publications/Exhibits: Kasian Gallery (2011), ACADIA 2011 Proceedings

Project was developed as a competition proposal for a park pavilion in Edmonton. The pavilion provides a backdrop for numerous seasonal activities in the park. Weather patterns and weathering are explored in a series of material distributions inside of the pavilion and on the site itself. Precedents in the weathering effects on wood and shingles in particular are further developed to engage specific performance criteria for the project.

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Jason Johnson Jodi James Joshua Taron Matthew Parker

RE:Connect Devington

Date: 2010
Client: Devington Communities Association
Principal Investigators: Jason Johnson, Joshua Taron
Collaborators: Wil Marquez (W/Purpose)
Project Budget: n/a
Research Assistants/ Project Team: Jodi James, Matthew Parker
Funding Agencies: URGC/University of Calgary

Re:Connect Devington is a proposal for adaptive reuse of an abandoned railroad corridor in Indianapolis.  The project deploys cellular patterns and swarming structures to produce an urban agricultural park. Circulation, structure and program are distributed via a parametric cellular system and connected through swarming protocols.