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Artist Covers 10-Storey Building With 1,000 Recycled Doors

Artist Covers 10-Storey Building With 1,000 Recycled Doors | 建築 | Scoop.it
One salvaged door wasn't enough for this installation artist, who transformed this multi-storey structure into an eccentric landmark with 1,000 doors.

Using salvaged building materials like doors in your next building project is a good idea, but South Korean installation artist Choi Jeong-Hwa takes it to a whole new level. Using 1,000 recycled doors, Choi Jeong-Hwa transformed an otherwise nondescript, 10-storey facade into a eye-dazzling delight of colours and textures.


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回收正夯!由廢棄門窗打造而成的藝文空間

回收正夯!由廢棄門窗打造而成的藝文空間 | 建築 | Scoop.it
「重新利用」是近期設計界很喜歡玩的主題之一,將原本打算丟掉的東西重複使用,或是把原本是某種用途的東西別作他用,有時只要一點點創意巧思,改變了物體原本的型態、樣貌或用途,就能激盪出令人讚嘆的火花,由三間 ...
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XMS Media Gallery by Moxie Design

XMS Media Gallery by Moxie Design | 建築 | Scoop.it

The building is an old four-story apartment in the city center, facing the fate of being torn down and rebuilt. Amidst the anticipation of city renewal, the façade of a series of adjoining “shop houses” conveys the desolation of fading glory. A group of designers pursuing innovation, created a fantastic view, filled with a sharp contrast. Soft and permeable nets bend and flex along the currents of wind and impacts of rain and with versatility actually present varied “postures” in a humble fashion. The irregular arrangement of the fence nets partition the monotone windows that mark the horizontal dimension, and the flickering lights of our hard-working partners twinkle in the night, echoing the challenges of metropolitan life. The design team works like dedicated farmers in the greenhouse nurturing the organic forces of life.


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