about

Exploring the nexus of biological and technological natures in human habitation.


Jon Bailey
Portfolio Website
bsArch, Southern Illinois University 2009
mArch, University of Michigan 2011


Honors

Year – Competition/Event – Result

2007 – Life Cycle Building Challenge
2007 – Institute of Advanced Architecture in Catalonia Self-Fab Home Competition – [finalist]
2007 – Smart Geometry Conference [2008] Call for Papers -[accepted]
2007 – Communications of the ACM Publication-Advanced Algorithms in design. -[publication]
2008 – Life Cycle Building Challenge 2
2008 – SIUC REACH Grant
2008 – ACADIA Papers
2009 – Beyond Media Festival (/soIL) -[publication]
2009 – Rouse[d]etroit Competition (/soIL) -[1st place]
2009 – Life Cycle Building Challenge 3
2009 – d3 International Housing Competition
2010 – Sukkah City: Y[our-s]UKKAH
2010 – UofM Robotic Research -[publication]
2011 – Biophilia : Technophilia [publication]
2011 – Featured on Digital-Served
2011 – Featured on suckerPUNCH
2012 – anonymous.a(rchitect) 02 – [honorable mention]
2012 – Featured on suckerPUNCH
2012 – Featured on World Landscape Architecture
2012 – Jury Selection in suckerPUNCH’s Land of Tomorrow exhibition – [jury selection]
2012 – Featured on arch2o
2012 – Featured on Cataclysm Collaborative – Biophilia + Technophilia
2012 – Featured on Cataclysm Collaborative – Fed-Scraper
2012 – Associate editor of ii Journal
2012 – TSA Unbuilt Winner – Fed-Scraper– [winner]


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Based on a work at archimorph.wordpress.com.


3 Comments on “about”

  1. February 20, 2009 at 2:53 pm #

    Fitting function to form will be the true test.

  2. September 22, 2010 at 1:08 am #

    Hi, nice to meet you !

  3. Jennifer Jane
    October 27, 2016 at 3:28 pm #

    Hey, I am trying to find a soundscape project someone undertook in Detroit — recording a specific area in a neighborhood over the course of 10 years and the sounds that are lost — audibly the sound of birds disintegrate and the textural soundscape of the neighborhood is lost — do you know how I can find this recording? Please email waverwithinthestrand@gmail.com
    Thank you.

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