Category: Installation

Waiting Rooms for MINI \ Izabela Boloz

Waiting Rooms for MINI \ Izabela Boloz

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• December 5, 2013 • Comments (0)

Based in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, Polish artist Izabela Boloz has created the urban waiting room for MINI. Most people don’t like waiting. There is nothing to do and time drags on. Waiting is a necessary nuisance. But, it doesn’t have to be. With her new Waiting Rooms installation, Izabela Boloz adds a positive vibe to […]

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Vaulted Cork Pavillion \ Pedro de Azambuja Varela, Maria João de Oliveira & Emmanuel Novo

Vaulted Cork Pavillion \ Pedro de Azambuja Varela, Maria João de Oliveira & Emmanuel Novo

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• December 4, 2013 • Comments (1)

The Vaulted Cork Pavillion was built for Amorim Isolamentos Lda., to demonstrate its cork building materials at Concreta 2013, a biennial building fair held at Exponor, Porto. This architecture and research project was developed by Pedro de Azambuja Varela, Maria João de Oliveira and Emmanuel Novo, who were sponsored by Amorim Isolamentos Lda. while studying […]

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Colour Pavilion \ ETT architecture-design-research

Colour Pavilion \ ETT architecture-design-research

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• December 4, 2013 • Comments (0)

The Spectrum is a temporary pavilion that was designed as part of the Index Fair, an annual trade event held in Mumbai every year. The pavilion is an experiment in colour, where the experience and sense of space is sought to be created solely by use of colour with minimal reliance on any other spatial […]

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Frsh by Aidia Studio / Orproject / Architectural Association

Frsh by Aidia Studio / Orproject / Architectural Association

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• October 1, 2013 • Comments (0)

Frsh is a pavilion built by the Architectural Association Beijing Visiting School 2013. Tutored by Rolando Rodriguez-Leal of Aidia Studio and Christoph Klemmt of Orproject, 10 students designed and manufactured the installation within the 9 day course which was held at Tsinghua University in Beijing. The geometry of the surface was generated using digital, force-based […]

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Vertical Emptiness \ Onishi Yasuaki

Vertical Emptiness \ Onishi Yasuaki

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• September 21, 2013 • Comments (0)

Onishi Yasuaki uses tree branches, hot glue, and urea for his installation. He uses the glue to connect our ground to an imaginary world. Crystalized urea appears on thin glue lines and in the tree branches. This installation is presently exhibited at the Kyoto Art Center. + Project facts Artist: Onishi Yasuaki http://onys.net Title: vertical […]

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WAWA PUKLLAY - COPORAQUE Workshop

WAWA PUKLLAY – COPORAQUE Workshop

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• August 17, 2013 • Comments (0)

Wawa Pukllay, which means children playing on Quechua, was the invitation of the Social Latin American Workshop 2013 consisting on taking advantage of specific places from different locations at the Colca Valley, to the creation of conditions that would enable the empowerment by a special user: children. During a two week-period on April 2013, Latin […]

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SMartKabine \ Ruimtewerkers

SMartKabine \ Ruimtewerkers

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• August 11, 2013 • Comments (0)

The assignment; design a workspace in a container located on DOK in Ghent. Create, in a limited space (255 cm high, 136 cm wide and 205 cm deep), a place where people can retreat and yet can be inspired by the view and surroundings. Design a functional, innovative and original interior for a temporary workspace. […]

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Reed Bar \ Naoya Matsumoto

Reed Bar \ Naoya Matsumoto

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• August 3, 2013 • Comments (0)

Japanese interior designer Naoya Matsumoto has completed the Reed Bar project located in eian university of arts, Japan. I rebuilt it in concept “to add the function that a person could use for an art object” a technique and the idea that I cultivated so far. Naoya Matsumoto + Statement from Naoya Matsumoto Production scenery […]

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Color Me - Interactive Exhibition of Illustrations for Children

Color Me – Interactive Exhibition of Illustrations for Children

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• July 25, 2013 • Comments (0)

“Coloring books are never enough, their pages end too soon and the space is too small for an artist to run wild.” “Animals, cities, creatures, behicles, clouds, butterflies on the walls and floors of the space – 7 illustrators will draw new black-and-white worlds waiting to be colored in with small and bigger brushes. This […]

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FAV 2013: La Grande Motte by David Hamerman

FAV 2013: La Grande Motte by David Hamerman

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• July 23, 2013 • Comments (0)

For La Grande Motte‘s FAV 2013, the Pavilion was realized by an architect from Languedoc Roussillon’s region, David Hamerman who graduated from the Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Architecture of Montpellier. Memory … memory and the sea … a song by Léo Ferré. This city and its forms are crimping the Mediterranean are the testimony of an […]

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