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Model architecture. WORAPONG MANUPIPATPONG: PUBLIC DESIGN FESTIVAL 2011. Education MFA, Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden (2007-2009) MA Architecture (2006-2007), TuDelft, the Netherlands Foundation course in painting, sculpture, and photography, University of Oregon, USA (2005-2006) BA Interior Architecture, KMITL, Bangkok (1998-2003) Group exhibition Art Normal, Rachburi, Thailand 2011 Crafting Geography, BKK Arthouse, BACC, Bangkok, 2010 BDF, Bangkok design festival, 2010 Contemporary Skills, Stockholm, 2010 Space & Object, @bon galleria, Bangkok, 2010 LIBLAB, Stockholm, Sweden 2008,


OS > tree structures - The OpenStructures blog. OS > tree structures - The OpenStructures blog. Le Festival du Design — Paris — D’Days. Source Organization Network Blog: Game of Space - Hiroshima MOCA. 昨年のSICF12に出展したGame of Spaceを広島の現代美術館で行われたゲンビどこでも企画展で展示させていただきました。

Source Organization Network Blog: Game of Space - Hiroshima MOCA

Project DescriptionThis installation was created using "Game of Life" cellular automaton devised by John Conway to represent the emergence of self-organizing systems. A cellular automaton is a discrete model that consists of a regular grid of cells and simple rules, studied in many fields including mathematics and science. We developed this system in 3d models and tested it across projects of various scales.

The pattern that is created by this system is a mix of order and chaos, which is similar to natural conditions. "Game of Space" expresses the complex phenomenon that is generated by simple rules, yet also creates architectural forms such as slabs and arches. Game of Space was exhibited at SICF12 (Tokyo, 2011) and Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (Hiroshima, 2011). Concrete bunker cut in half by RAAAF and Atelier de Lyon. This movie shows how a redundant Second World War bunker in the Netherlands was turned into a sculptural visitor attraction by slicing it down the middle to reveal its insides.

Concrete bunker cut in half by RAAAF and Atelier de Lyon

The bunker was built in 1940 to shelter up to 13 soldiers during bombing raids and the intervention by Dutch studios RAAAF and Atelier de Lyon reveals the small, dark spaces inside, which are normally hidden from view. The movie shows a diamond wire saw being used to cut a straight section through the centre of the monolithic structure, and a crane lifting it away to create a narrow slit. It took 40 days to slice through the solid concrete bunker, which was one of 700 constructed along the New Dutch Waterline, a series of water-based defences used between 1815 and 1940 to protect the cities of Muiden, Utrecht, Vreeswijk and Gorinchem.

The designers also constructed a set of stairs to connect the nearby road to a path that leads through the centre of the bunker onto a wooden boardwalk raised above the flooded area. Cookies are Not Accepted - New York Times. Built of books by frank halmans. ‘the city in the mind’ from the ‘built of books’ series by frank halmansall images © the artist dutch artist frank halmans explores themes of domesticity and memory through his sculptural installations. his series ‘built of books’ employs vintage publications – the selected titles have no particular meaning and are not exceptional literary works –which he arranges into stacks. lining them up along shelves, he carving windows and doors through each, creating sets of imaginary buildings and interiors in each section of volumes. in a way these spaces which he slices through the books, stand as a metaphor and the idea of moving through something, whether it be a literary passage, or a physical expanse.

built of books by frank halmans

‘the city in mind’ ‘de lange nacht (the long night)’ front. ZTH. Ryfylke – Grand opening of Allmannajuvet ➜ In 2002, world-renowned architect Peter Zumthor was commissioned by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration to design a tourist installation in Allmannajuvet, north of Sauda.


The construction started in 2009, and seven years later, the art installation is completed. Sponsored Tired of seeing ads here? Peter Zumthor - exclusive look at architecture models. If, like us you’re in awe of the work of architect Peter Zumthor you’ll probably enjoy this gallery of images.

Peter Zumthor - exclusive look at architecture models

They are photographs from an exhibition which has just opened and runs in the unlikely gallery space on the first floor of the city post office of Bregenz, on Lake Constance in Austria until October 28. They’ve all been donated by Architekturbüro Peter Zumthor and are one of a kind architectural models, realised in the workshop of his office in Chur, Switzerland. Architectural Models by Peter Zumthor.

Hyperzontal - Trevor Lamphier. GSAPP Advanced Studio IV Critic Marc Tsurumaki with Terri Chiao Industry has only recently ( the last 50 years) lost its grip on the New York waterfront. 1943 marked a high note in harbor activity, and New York was the busiest port in the world at the time.

Hyperzontal - Trevor Lamphier

With 543 ships at anchor, 425 vessels at one of the 750 docks/piers, served by 1100 warehouses (with almost 1.5 sq miles of enclosed space) and 39 shipyards. Since the 1950s, outsourcing and containerization have contributed to a dramatic de-industrialization of the New York waterfront. In 2005, the Bloomberg administration introduced the Office for Industrial and Manufacturing businesses, “to retain and grow the sector’s job base, execute the goals of the industrial policy, and serve as a single point of coordination for the industrial and manufacturing sector.” Shortly after its introduction, 16 Industrial Business Zones (or IBZs) were designated around the city.

House II in Aroeira / ARX Portugal. House II in Aroeira / ARX Portugal Architects Location Architects ARX PORTUGAL - José Mateus y Nuno Mateus Project Team Paulo Rocha, Stefano Riva, Andreia Tomé, Marco Roque Antunes, Pedro Sousa, Tânia Pedro Structure SAFRE, Projectos e Estudos de Engenharia Lda.

House II in Aroeira / ARX Portugal

Area 640.0 sqm Project Year 2007 From the architect. This is the second project for the urbanization of the Aroeira's golf course, a field of lawns, sand zones and lakes, and in this case, also a pine tree area. I’m jealous of elisa strozyk. Interview: Stephanie Beck - handful of salt. By Linda Ricci.

Interview: Stephanie Beck - handful of salt

Awe is the overwhelming feeling you experience when you first see Stephanie Beck’s highly intricate cut paper sculptures; with Mandala-like complexity, the precision (and detail) of her architecturally inspired works is mesmerizing. At first glance it’s white – very white. Verl Ancel Adams. Problem Description: The students obtain (3) 12”x 12” boards (i.e. cardboard).

Verl Ancel Adams

On each 12” square board a grid of one-inch increments is drawn. The 12” squares are used to construct three sides of a cube. Each 12” grid is used to define the X, Y & Z-axis of the cube. The problem then starts where ‘Space and the Primary Elements I’ left off. L'architecture miniature de Takanori Aiba. Amazing Cardboard House Exhibition. Cardboard has been seen as a waste material or packaging material. These students have experimented with the cardboard to make houses and results are amazing. Ingenia TEK published the images of the Article. Visualizing Architecture. Dezeen. Greenery overflows from concrete planters set into the sandstone walls of this hotel, designed by Vo Trong Nghia's firm for historic Vietnamese town Hoi An. Vietnam-based Vo Trong Nghia Architects designed the Atlas Hoi An Hotel for an irregular shaped plot in Hoi An's Old Town. Made up of four raised volumes, it features 48 rooms, with views of greenery from both the bedroom and the bathroom of each suite.

The walls of the structure are built from locally-sourced sandstone blocks, set between exposed concrete floor slabs. CYBECO - Prototype for a Cybernetic Ecology – IAAC Blog. CYBECO – Prototype for a Cybernetic Ecology Cybeco is the proposal for the prototype and conception point of a cybernetic approach to renaturalize the city. The project will act as a mothership and platform for the inhabitants of newark to reestablish flora and fauna within the city.

It will act as a educational facility solely dedicated on experimentation of performative species, a seed bank/repository for inhabitants to trade and plant new plants around the city and an infrastructure that enhances the anemophillic {pollination by wind} function of the natural ecology. Global scale of the urbanisation will place 70% of the world’s population in cities – the speculation of 7000 million people in the year 2050. City and nature can no longer be viewed as two separate entities – It is imperative to establish a network of symbiotic relationships between the functional needs of the urban population with the performative aspects of nature. Initial particles. Shaping the Invisible – IAAC Blog. During this KA-AU workshop in Public Space Data Visualisation, we explored different tools that allowed us to shape the invisible layers of an urban space. Our target space was the already implemented Superblock project in Barcelona, which involved the isolation of 9 residential blocks from cars, motorcycles and buses, in order to severely limit vehicles as a way to reduce traffic and air pollution, use public space more efficiently and essentially make neighbourhoods more pleasant.

Developping Data Acquisition Tools and Strategies. ITER-ACTive SPACES – IAAC Blog. “ITER-ACTive SPACES” OPEN SOURCE URBANISM a Workshop of IaaC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed in Master in City & Technology_2016/2017 Faculty: Marcella Del Signore Student: Federica Ciccone In a European contest in that the global warming and the resources consuption, become a central point of the debate, Barcelona takes a leading role in the international context.

We wondered in which way the Open Source Urbanism can activate solutions and why the public institutions should accept our proposals. ITER-ACTive SPACES is a viral strategy structured by brief interventions having long time term effects. Therefore, It acts with “archipunctures” grafting dynamic networks of skills and participation processes. Ling-Li Tseng - Responsive Architecture V.01 by Ling-Li Tseng. Soundscape – IAAC Blog. Soundscape is a landscape itself and sound is our building. The cloud of particles, sound waves and vibrations, there is a great potential for an extraordinary future… This is a celebration, this is an innovation, this is future… This is “a new humanism”. Basically, the project itself is an innovation. It is a proposal for future energy generation alternatives. We are focusing on piezoelectric technologies to develop them regarding using sound vibrations. Sound is everywhere. Introduction : Our project is called Soundscape; which is a open innovation area, regarding energy generation.

Behance. Concept DIAGRAM. ConceptARCHITECT | conceptMODEL | conceptSKETCH | conceptLANDSCAPE | conceptURBANIZATION | modeINTERIEUR | patternSTYLE | parametricWORLD find us on TWITTER and FACEBOOK slovarchzine: The Bartlett Book 2014 by The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL. Bath haus. Behance. Aperçu de la collection. Architecture Principe (Claude Parent, Paul Virilio) Architecture Principe (Claude Parent, Paul Virilio)Eglise Sainte-Bernadette-du-Banlay, Nevers1963-1966 Archizoom Associati Archizoom AssociatiNo-Stop City1969-2001 Archizoom Associati Archizoom AssociatiStrutture in liquefazione1968Kader AttiaKader AttiaUntitled2009Shigeru BanShigeru BanPaper Log House, Kobe1995Bernd & Hilla BecherBernd & Hilla BecherHauts fourneaux, Seraing, Liège, Belgique1979-1981 Berdaguer & Péjus (Christophe Berdaguer, Marie Péjus) Berdaguer & Péjus (Christophe Berdaguer, Marie Péjus)After…2001 BIOTHING (Alisa Andrasek) BIOTHING (Alisa Andrasek)Mesonic Fabrics2009Daniel BurenDaniel BurenLes 2 plateaux.

Derek Lerner : Browse all art by thumbnails. Asvirus 652016 Ink on paper 44 x 30 inches (1.1m x 76cm) Asvirus 752016 Ink on paper on wood panel 60 x 48 x 1 5/8 inches (1.5m x 1.2m x 4cm) Cartographier, le pouvoir suprême - Graphserver - The Open-Source Multi-Modal Trip Planner. Movies Growing Shortest Path Tree of Seattle Growing Shortest Path Tree of San Francisco. Aqua City (Cityspace #169) – Emily Garfield Art. Shadowplay : PHOTOS. Les oeuvres impressionnantes de Frei Otto- 11 mars 2015. This massive 3D-printed model shows off San Francisco in amazing detail. Fellowships > Stamen Design. Musée des Civilisations d’Europe et de Méditerranée - Marseille – 2002.

Lisa Ricciotti - Photographe. Architecture - David Bailey's World of Escher-like Tessellations. A network of staircases defines taiwan cafe by sou fujimoto. Sou Fujimoto au RBC Design Center à Montpellier %% Tokyo Apartments de Sou Fujimoto. Final Wooden House / Sou Fujimoto. Sou Fujimoto's Doha masterplan with towers of arches. Sou Fujimoto stacks aluminium boxes for "nomadic house" installation. Jean-Francois Rauzier’s utopian manipulations – shadedminds.

1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces at the V&A. Tokyo Apartment by Sou Fujimoto Architects. "I tried to create something melting into the green"- Sou Fujimoto. Sou Fujimoto stacks aluminium boxes for "nomadic house" installation. David Umemoto. Zoom sur les boîtes. Views of Ricardo Bofill's Postmodern Casbah 'La Muralla Roja' in Alicante.

The Labyrinth Home of Xavier Corbero. Delicate staircase leads to attic extension by Five AM. House T by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects. Beautiful Steps staircase installations by Lang/Baumann. Red-brick boxes pop out of A-Lab's narrow office block on Oslo waterfront. Francesco Librizzi's sculptural staircase rises in Sicilan home. Origami Stair by Bell Phillips.

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