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rotation 4
  1. aimee bollu
  2. aj atelier
  3. anther kiley
  4. berfin ataman
  5. brian giniewski
  6. btween spaces
  7. camille elston
  8. charlie kendall
  9. christina + phoebe
  10. datalands
  11. huntz liu
  12. janis ahn
  13. julie moon
  14. katherine guimapang
  15. m. jena meeks
  16. mansi shah
  17. maría m.l. larrahona
  18. nōme
  19. psychic stitch
  20. seth r. defore
  21. vickie vainionpaa
  22. yun ki cheung

rotation 3
  1. alex reed
  2. belly sesame
  3. christine bjerke
  4. dan murphy
  5. david mcleod
  6. eunbi cho
  7. gideon schwartzman
  8. hyworks
  9. julian glander
  10. kaley flowers
  11. kyong kim
  12. nancy ai
  13. manny zermeno
  14. mutuo
  15. nate hume
  16. patrick geske
  17. reese greenlee
  18. rose wong
  19. saba salekfard
  20. sara mon
  21. shin shin
  22. sinziana velicescu
  23. superset
  24. tony gonzalez

rotation 2

  1. caitlin thissin
  2. claudia wainer
  3. connor gravelle
  4. dionicio ichillumpa
  5. emily mohr
  6. evan farley
  7. harrison steinbuch
  8. heyshop
  9. iheartblob
  10. jesse hammer
  11. joel kerner
  12. john shahid
  13. jordan squires
  14. karim saleh
  15. laida aguirre
  16. michael zimmerman
  17. mircea eni
  18. reimaging
  19. sara ekua todd
  20. synthesis
  21. tamas arpadi
  22. wai think tank
  23. willliam hu
  24. yuki takeshima
  25. zack m.+will r.

rotation 1

  1. abigail coover
  2. adrian kay wong
  3. andrea anchez
  4. andreina pepe
  5. an.onymous
  6. ben warwas
  7. bryan cantley
  8. chris hoffman
  9. christine robillard
  10. clark thenhaus
  11. coleman butts
  12. common accounts
  13. constance vale
  14. dutra brown
  15. doorwi
  16. ebrahim poustinchi
  17. eli keller
  18. galo canizares
  19. george stoyanov
  20. hans koesters
  21. jack stewart castner
  22. jared white
  23. jeff halstead
  24. jonathan rieke
  25. kyle miller
  26. luciano menghini 
  27. mark ericson
  28. matthew allen
  29. medium office
  30. mike nesbit
  31. nicholas mcmillan
  32. nick kinney
  33. not neutral
  34. office kovacs
  35. outpost office
  36. preliminary research office
  37. rachael mccall
  38. shane reiner roth
  39. sports
  40. steven andrew kocher
  41. vincent pocsik
  42. walaid s. + kayleen k.
  43. weather projects
  44. zachary tate porter
  45. zeitguised


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katherine guimapang


what is the inspiration behind your work?
I've always been interested in shadows and how light hits buildings. I also may have a slight penchant for Brutalism in general, but I thought it would be interesting to study these structures by painting them. Often they're viewed as giant, monolithic structures that exude a "looming presence." Many people have strong opinions about this style of architecture. I was intrigued to explore how someone would respond to these buildings in painted form. In my opinion, the best way to understand a space is by recreating it using a pen and paper. In this case, I'm using watercolor, which creates a whole other experience for the viewer.

what is your favorite part of your design process?
Painting is a bit of a cathartic experience for me. It's something many people don't know I do, so it's always a bit of a surprise for them, which I enjoy. Painting with watercolor is my preferred medium. The process has to be a bit calculated, but you also need to be flexible with the approach. Too much water and it'll run. Too little water and the strokes get cut short. I like thinking of watercolor as a "give and get" medium.

do you have any advice for anyone that wants to be a designer or creator?
Start with what you have and start doing. Many people get caught up with what they don't have. (materials, gear, training, etc.) When I started painting back in 2016, I used whatever supplies I at the time. Through that process of "doing," it helped me understand my materials and the constraints involved with creating something new. I'd also add constraints in any creative process is a good thing. If everything is provided for you right off the bat, innovation sometimes gets sloppy.

Katherine is an LA-based visual artist, architectural writer, and designer. She is the Advertising & Media Manager and Editorial Writer at Archinect. Katherine is a member of the Female Design Council and AWA+D. After receiving her B.A. in Communication Disorders from the University of Redlands, Katherine has gone on to complete programs at Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) Making + Meaning program and the A.A. Visiting School. She has also completed course work from ArtCenter, the School of Architecture at UIC, and the UCLA Extension Architecture + Interior Design Program.Much of her design interests involve practices that blend immersive design, architecture, and behavioral economics.
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