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Two of my flexible woven cup models 3D-printed by Shapeways.com. Model pages at Shapeways: http://www.shapeways.com/model/860231/100mm_woven_cup_2_test.html ...
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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.
Peace Pavilion inflatable structure with a trampoline in Bethnal Green, London, by Atelier Zündel Cristea for ArchTriumph.
If you were wanting to have your mind blown today, the video above might do it. It's a demonstration of a piece of 3D object extraction and manipulation so
UNstudio designs giant observation wheel, nippon moon, as interactive experience. one is a continuous participant from the moment of making a reservation.
Recalling that the footprint is the mark left by a body pressed on a flexible material, the trace of a model over another. We note that there is a hierarchical relationship between the models in the game: a model that marks A and a B model that is scored. In our treatment A is the conceptual model and B is the structural model (BI) or the split (BII).
The connection between architecture and other forms of art has long been a topic of discussion, particularly among architects seeking to prove that their trade is more than just a technical exercise. And though architecture and art forms like painting and sculpture seem more distant than ever, that was not always the case; for most of recorded history, architecture was a prime site for the display of sculpture and painting, and even after the modernist revolution, architecture was explored as a device for framing works of art, as seen in the collages of Mies van der Rohe. Generally speaking, the following definitions were accepted: sculpture is object-form that is uninhabitable, while architecture is object-form that is inhabitable
Architecture and Design Magazine for the 21st Century. Organizer of the Annual Skyscraper Architectural Competition.
This is a fully 3D printed rifle I designed. I call it The Grizzly after the Canadian built Sherman Tanks of WWII. It is a single shot .22LR incorporating th...
Greenland National Gallery for Art will play a signiﬁ cant role for the citizens of Greenland and the inhabitants of Nuuk as a cultural, social, political, urban and architectural focal point
Greenland National Gallery for Art will combine the art history of Greenland and contemporary art in one dynamic institution that communicates the continuous project of documenting and developing the Greenlandic national identity through art and culture. With its urban location and direct connection to landscape and nature there will be a rich opportunity to incorporate the Greenlandic nature as well as the surrounding urbanity. The gallery will be one common exhibition space that can be divided into many smaller galleries and accommodate changing exhibitions, but will clearly and unambiguously collect all Greenlandic and cirkumpolare artistic expression under one roof
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Monaco-born artist Michel Blazy creates sculptures and installations out of everyday objects, often delivering an entertaining discourse on the brevity of life and fragile beauty. The artist’s latest installation, entitled “Bouquet Final”, has found a home in the medieval monastery College des Bernardins in Paris, filling the austere surroundings with flowing quantities of ever-growing foam masses. Blazy’s use of foam explores the inherent ephemeral qualities of the substance, a stark contrast to the hard stone architecture of the space.
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If you think Content Aware Fill is an amazing Photoshop feature, wait till you play around with the new content aware tools found in Photoshop CS6. In addi
bjarke ingels group: BIG's amagerforbraending ski slope incinerator offers a new breed of waste-to-energy plant, rebranding our notion of the factory.
Check out some V-Ray 3.0 for 3ds Max Preview videos included V-Ray 3.0 Faster Ray Tracing, V-Ray 3.0 Progressive Rendering and V-Ray 3.0 Improved Hair Rendering. You can join the V-Ray 3.0 for 3ds Max Beta Testers here. Also Don't miss to watch V-Ray showreels 2013 here
I’ve heard of 3D printers being used to create tiny little plastic replacement parts for cars, but Auckland New Zealand’s Ivan Sentch has something on a much grander scale in mind.
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...
After storyboarding and previsualising the whole film, we created all of the visual effects for the town and on the water. The underwater and the great fish visual effects were created by JELLYFISH PICTURES and they did a fantastic job.
During the Design Development phase of the Twofour54 Media Zone 1 project UNStudio, along with Buro Happold Physics, MEP and Facades Engineering, developed a complete strategy for the design of the double-skin south facade of the office towers. Clarity of concept and some clever detailing and engineering lead to this groundbreaking design.Story of the Double-skin facade by UNStudio
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The crescendo of media reports about the advent of a DIY printable firearm has caused an understandable uproar. In the wake of so many high-profile, mass-casualty incidents involving firearms — and a lot of impotent rage by our elected officials — it seems counterintuitive that, as we circle the wagons around the idea of passing rational gun legislation at the federal level, we can also literally create a gun.
When I was in high school, some classmates brought a crinkled copy of “The Anarchist’s Cookbook” that they printed off the Internet. I, being an inquisitive teenager, flipped through the pages with a certain morbid curiosity. I didn’t know you could make a tennis ball bomb, or even develop thermite plasma that could melt through steel, in your basement or garage. Of course, the rational part of me knew I would never experiment with such ingredients, but I couldn’t help but be a little concerned about the people who would.
Now, the Internet is no longer the provenance of a select, geeky few, but rather is a mainstream information source that often eclipses television and leaves radio and print media in the dust. What was once accessible only by people in the know is now highly publicized.