Tag: Kinetic design

LOTUS DOME \ Daan Roosegaarde

LOTUS DOME \ Daan Roosegaarde

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• January 25, 2012 • Comments (0)

‘Lotus‘ merges nature and architecture in a futuristic way, pushing the Renaissance architecture of the Sainte Marie Madeleine church into a contemporary, interactive experience. Daan Roosegaarde LOTUS DOME is a living dome made out of smart foils which fold open in response to human behavior. As a futuristic vision on the Renaissance LOTUS DOME merges […]

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Erupting Stability \ Ted Givens AIA

Erupting Stability \ Ted Givens AIA

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• November 14, 2011 • Comments (1)

Erupting Stability – (Tornado Proof Suburb) By Ted Givens AIA (Design Partner at 10 Design Hong Kong) Isn’t the Wizard of Oz a clear example of the awesome force that a tornado can muster? How can Jaws drive people out of the ocean screaming when a house blown through the sky brings back nostalgic memories? […]

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Loef \ Studio Toer

Loef \ Studio Toer

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• October 17, 2011 • Comments (0)

Netherlands-based Studio Toer designed the new autonomous sunscreen called Loef. Without sun Loef stands still. When sunshine is collected by the solar panels at the top, Loef starts spinning. The flexible arms open and a shade appears underneath them. + Designer: Studio Toer | http://www.studiotoer.com/ + Project by Studio Toer

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Kinetic Robot | Monocomplex Design Group

Kinetic Robot | Monocomplex Design Group

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• March 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

South Korean Seoul-based design studio Monocomplex Design Group has created these creative Kinetic Robots. The object applied with the mechanism induces simple behavior to a person. If the same movement is repeated or the same strength is given for constant time, desired result will come out. A robot contains strong factor of kidult. There is […]

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Kiefer Technic Architecture Showroom | Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner

Kiefer Technic Architecture Showroom | Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner

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• November 17, 2010 • Comments (0)

Austrian firm Ernst Giselbrecht + Partner developed the Kiefertechnic Architecture Showroom in Styria, Austria. Office building including exhibition space for product presentation Shell construction: solid brick walls, reinforced concrete ceiling (floor), along the façade steel columns with concrete filling Façades: consisting of aluminum posts and transoms with protruding bridges for maintenance purposes, respectively EIFS-façade with […]

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