• MArch

    A. Ryan Coleman
    Alix Daguin
    Aubrey Davidson
    Benjamin Leavitt
    Blake Hudelson
    Cesar Adrian Lopez
    Clara Tresgallo
    Clarissa Urquico
    Dane Bunton
    David Fredlund
    Desiree Fox
    Edgardo Peña
    Garrett Ryan Miller
    Greg Baker
    Hadit Mejia Castro
    Jaime Pangelinan
    Jasmine Zhou
    Kenneth Lin
    Kristina Kotlier
    Lawrence Davidson
    Lee Seon Hou
    Matthew Arnold
    Michael Atherton
    Mulhem Khogeer
    Nastaran Mousavi
    Osma Dossani
    Philip Jones
    Sarah Lucy Estephan
    Tammy LePham
    Zachary Moore

  • Jaime Pangelinan - CCA Graduate Thesis Events

    Jaime Pangelinan

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    Piazza di Embarcadero, CBD
    Longitudinal Section, CBD
    Ceramic Complex Tiling Facade
    Ceramic Complex Tiling Facade
    Housing in the Mission
    Undulating Screen

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    Piazza di Embarcadero, CBD

    Fall 2012

    Longitudinal Section, CBD

    AutoCad, Fall 2012

    Ceramic Complex Tiling Facade

    3'x6'

    Slip Casting, Spring 2012

    Ceramic Complex Tiling Facade

    3'x6'

    Slip Casting, Spring 2012

    Housing in the Mission

    Fall 2011

    Undulating Screen

    2'x2'

    Modeled: Grasshopper, Material: wood + acrylic, Fall 2011

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    jaimep1985@hotmail.com

    Thesis Abstract

    Within the next century many small island nations will be submerged due to threats of rising sea levels. This thesis investigates the isolating location of Oceania consisting of thousands of remote islands. This location currently poses as a strategic site for transmitting global connectivity through fiber optic submarine cables. This thesis proposes to establish a strategy for the emergence of a new colony of artificial archipelagos, therefore preserving the identity and global networking location for the future of Oceanic territories. This thesis poses the transition for existing societies that foresees itself submerging, therefore this new colony of data rigs sets a programmatic frame for the continuous growth of location, economy, and spatial habitation.