... Of course, people stood in awe examining the light dispersing parametric roof. Aside from its amazing innovative approach to disperse light collected above ground to these plants, the shear aesthetic of the form was a real thing of beauty.
The client asked me for a design that no one could copy. There were no other requests. My design style is that if a client has a requirement, I try to get a grip on his thinking and bring it further. As there were no requirements, I questioned the concept of the boutique, the clothes and the relationship between body and space. In the end I designed an organic net winding through the space.
DUS architects was founded by Msc Arch. Hans Vermeulen, Msc Arch. Martine de Wit and Msc Arch. Hedwig Heinsman in 2004. The office builds 'Public Architecture': Design that consciously influences our daily life.
The Autodesk Vasari group recently hosted a webinar and panel discussion focused on workflows between Rhino, Grasshopper, Vasari and Revit. The presentations demonstrated the ability to transfer walls, panels, rooms, structural members and free form surfaces. Some of the methods shown lend themselves to bi-directional transfers allowing you to use Vasari’s analysis modes to drive Grasshopper definitions.
After a year in development, Formlabs has officially unveiled the first “prosumer” desktop 3D printer. The Form 1 uses SLA (Stereolithography) technology which could achieve higher resolution and accuracy.
We were asked to print 100 champagne glasses for the Amsterdam Prize award ceremony last weekend. We have been in production mode for the past few weeks, but we were able to finish in time with the help of Joris. We created 10 different designs which were then printed in pink and green to match the logo of the Amsterdam prize. The glasses were given the winners and the VIP guests of the ceremony.
Until October 19th Louis Vuitton, the French fashion house, is featuring a limited edition collection of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, in a pop-up store in Selfridges, London. The Louis Vuitton handbags, ready-to-wear, travel bags, shoes, and accessories all feature Kusama's repetitive and polka dot patterns.