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Architect Nick Tsontakis unveils plans for a house that will straddle Mummy Mountain in Arizona and be shaped like a manta ray.
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One Photoshop magician, one bus stop and lots of hidden cameras. For more creativity in action visit http://www.adobecreativedays.com/sv?sdid=KFRWG to see th...
Visit http://www.InsideTheMagic.net for pictures from the amazing recreation of the flying house from Disney/Pixar's "Up" animated film. For the upcoming sho...
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3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage... all to turn 3 ambitious linear…
‘Reading between the lines’ is a project by the duo Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, a collaboration between young Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs (Leuven, 1983) and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh (Leuven, 1983). Since 2007, they have been realizing projects in public space together that start from their architectural background, but have an artistic intention. Their projects do not always originate out of the initiative of a classical client, for example, and carry a large degree of autonomy. Their primary concerns are experiment, reflection, a physical involvement with the end result and the input of the viewer.
For Casey Reas, software is the most natural medium to work with. He uses code to express his thoughts—starting with a sketch, composing it in code, and witnessing the imagery that it ultimately creates. We visit his studio to see how he uses color to convey emotion and how his programming language Processing is closing the gap between software and object.
A curated selection of architecture by ArchDaily Archdaily utilise Pinterest, un tableau virtuel permettant de regrouper et de partager tout ce que vous aimez.
A commissioned investigation into the possibilities of BREAD’s material research for application in interior surfaces. Cilia is a set of selectively laser sintered…
Peace Pavilion inflatable structure with a trampoline in Bethnal Green, London, by Atelier Zündel Cristea for ArchTriumph.
UNstudio designs giant observation wheel, nippon moon, as interactive experience. one is a continuous participant from the moment of making a reservation.
Here we evolve the bodies of soft robots made of multiple materials (muscle, bone, & support tissue) to move quickly. Evolution produces a diverse array of fun, wacky, interesting, but ultimately functional soft robots. Enjoy!This video accompanies the following paper: Unshackling Evolution: Evolving Soft Robots with Multiple Materials and a Powerful Generative Encoding. Cheney, MacCurdy, Clune, & Lipson. Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference. 2013.
Daylight sparkles through a wall of glass blocks into an indoor garden filled with trees at this house in Hiroshima by Japanese architect Hiroshi Nakamura.
Courtesy of Flint Public Art Project Occupying no more than eight parking spaces on Flint, Michigan’s central downtown parking lot, this temporary
Generative design operates as picture recource concentrating on parametric architecture and generative design. Being highly picky this pic will make a good extension. Also have a look at my own work...
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