Zaha Hadid Architects. Recently, Franco Di Capua shared some of his pictures for the Exhibition Pavilion of Zaha Hadid Architects, this Mobile Exhibition Pavillion was made to travel, his nature is to be disassembled and reassembled in different places.
Since 2007, the pavilion had traveled to Hong Kong, Tokyo and New York. This great “white shell” that is built in reflective material, is an expression of the integration between sculpted lines and formal logic. The exhibition includes architectural models, paintings and projections of work produced by Zaha Hadid Architects in recent years. “I think through our architecture, we can give people a glimpse of another world, and enthuse them, make them excited about ideas. Our architecture is intuitive, radical, international and dynamic. Zaha Hadid Architects Design – Photos Franco Di Capua. Plywood Pavilion Houses Graduate Exhibition. A 3019 piece non-hierarchical surface structure extends in three parts through the atrium of the architecture school at University of Nottingham Ningbo Campus, shaping the spatial configuration of the 2014 Graduate Summer Exhibition and becoming a part of the exhibition itself.
Forming the spatial design element of the exhibition the structure snakes through the space, enclosing and framing the students’ works. As the exhibition is covering four academic years of student works it grows and becomes more integrated and complex through the space, metaphorically following the development of students’ in their studies as they advance to higher levels. Courtesy of University of Nottingham Ningbo Each of the 3019 unique pieces in the structure is made of custom milled plywood. Each piece has 4 notches through which it is attached to 4 other pieces. Background. BCN Re.Set – Identity Pavilion. A Pod Designed To Help You Take a Break.
Not gonna lie, we here at Design Milk all have a hearty appreciation for taking a break (especially the nap kind) and all the benefits it brings you.
For on-the-go napping, we love the Ostrich Nap Pillow, Ostrich Junior, Ostrich Pillow Mini, and now… The Nutshell by Eden Lew! For a school project, School of Visual Arts NYC student Eden Lew was challenged to “redesign the next thing they threw out,” and in Eden’s case, that was a discarded sandwich bag. For the next seven weeks, Eden took one product and rapidly moved it from prototype to branding to services to platform.
Serpentine Sackler Gallery by Zaha Hadid Architects opens. Gallery: David Chipperfield's "Sticks and Stones" Installation in The Neue Nationalgalerie. Greek Pavilion at 2016 Venice Biennale to Emphasize Importance of Architectural Collaboration. Greek Pavilion at 2016 Venice Biennale to Emphasize Importance of Architectural Collaboration The Greek Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Biennale will be hosting an exhibition titled #ThisIsACo-op, which underscores the role of collaboration in architecture.
Through a series of displayed research and discussions, the exhibition aims to understand how architects may need to unite on different “fronts” of world crises, including the refugee crisis, the housing crisis, and the crisis of the architectural profession, among others. This pavilion will host a series of “workshops and site-specific events” that will unite visitors into one cooperative network. It will become a place for meeting, discussion, and participation. The site will “provide a space for mobilizing collective architectural bodies, locally and internationally, as well as a place for developing claims and coordinating actions.” Learn more, here.
SUTD Professors Design 3D Printed Mesh Pavilion. SUTD Professors Design 3D Printed Mesh Pavilion Professors Felix Raspall and Carlos Bañón from SUTD Singapore have designed a 14.5-meter-long fibrous mesh made out of metal and nylon 3D printed nodes and aluminum bars for the SUTD Open House 2016.
Rather than utilizing 3D printing to create a scaled model, the pavilion project applied 3D printing technology directly to functional architectural components at a large scale. Wallpaper. Northern Italy’s Lake Iseo just got even more idyllic.
Amid the picturesque nature, artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude have laid down a new installation to take the meditative scene to the next level, facilitating some literal walking on water. The Floating Piers is an immense three-kilometre walkway comprised of a whopping 100,000 sq m of yellow fabric. Keeping in tune with the lake’s flowing waterways, they have scattered the sunshine textile over 220,000 high-density polyethylene cubes to allow people to kiss the surface of the water with their steps on the route, which stretches from Sulzano to Monte Isola, and on to the island of San Paolo.
The pair are known for wrapping materials around many of Italy’s iconic locations, including the Medieval Tower in Spoleto in 1968. This more interactive project was originally conceived back in 1970, and it has been totally funded through Christo’s sales of original works. ArchTriumph Present the "Energy Pavilion" Now Open at Museum Gardens. ArchTriumph Present the "Energy Pavilion" Now Open at Museum Gardens This week, Museum Gardens became the host to the annual Triumph Pavilion, this year focusing on the concept of "energy.
" “The Project Is the Journey”: Christo and the Making of the Floating Piers. A Dream-Worthy Treehouse in Portugal. If you were lucky enough to have a treehouse when you were little, I’m jealous.
If you were lucky enough to have a treehouse like this one, I’m coming over right now. Saperlipopette Les Architectes and Martial Marquet teamed up to design this massive, dream-worthy treehouse, CASA NO MURO, that spans the length of a wall on a home’s property in Albergaria dos Dozes, Portugal. Take a look: Green Air. "Unwoven light" Installation. “Unwoven light” Installation Soo Sunny Park The Korean artist -based in New York – ” Soo Sunny Park” amazed us with her large-scale installation “Unwoven light.”
Park linked thirty seven individually sculpted units and filled them with small pieces of Plexiglas squares. When light –with different angles- falls on this grid the wave-forms capture and reflect the light to look like a colorful diamond collection. Courtesy of Soo Sunny Park – Photography of Nash Baker “My work often deals with this idea of liminal space, or interstitial space…there’s this feeling that I’m always looking out, from the inside out.