# STUDENTS /// The New Non Standard by Jonathan Enns

The New Non Standard is the thesis project of Jonathan Enns at Princeton University‘s Graduate School of Architecture (tutor: Axel Killian) in 2010. This project introduces a workshop building whose structure is composed by trees that have been manipulated by a CNC machine. Rather than idealizing the trees, Jonathan defines the essence of his project on the consideration of various typologies of trees and multiple arborescences to compose the posts’ extremities The rest of the tree is being used as the main components of the posts, rolled into thin layers that uniquely work in compression (see the video at the end of this post.)

This project has been published in the most recent issue of Architectural Design Magazine [AD]

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  1. Pingback: The New Non Standard « Architecture as Catalyst

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