Laida Aguirre

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Laida Aguirre

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Proposal for an assembly system 1 by Laida Aguirre (stock a studio)
max thanks to: Delaney Mccraney

proposal for an assembly system emerges from the tectonic/aesthetic qualities of object circulation…aka…shipping. it proposes a kit of parts that will temporarily protect elements so they can return to circulation. this includes: panels + straps + ties + corner guards + base. (box size: 11”x11”x10.5”)

About the Artist: Laida Aguirre is an architectural designer and educator. She currently teaches at Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning at the University of Michigan where she was the 2017-2018 William Muschenheim fellow. Laida holds a B.A. from Northeastern University in Political Science and a Master of Architecture from California State Polytechnic Pomona where she was the recipient of the Richard Neutra Award for best graduate thesis. Her work has been exhibited at Storefront for Art and Architecture, A+D Museum, Berlin Art Week, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Oya in Oslo, and has been published in Pin-Up Magazine, e-flux, POOL, and Art Papers. She is the principal of stock a studio, a design practice that explores the implications of contemporary digital culture and material circulation on architecture.

🔍 @laidaagui @stock_a_studio / stockastudio.com

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