Composed of hundreds of unique stainless steel strips, this project is an experiment in how mass and gravity, along with an experimental force-feedback fabrication technique can create a carefully tuned lattice structure. At 75′ in height, the project passes through 5 separate floors and sub-departments of a visual arts school, offering each level a unique view of the project.
Over the period of the last twelve months, 4of7 architects have conducted several workshops to explore structural capabilities of ‘inconsistent’ building materials. All experiments are based on widely accessible resources, often used in everyday life, and easy to do techniques.
'Casa Do Conto' or The House of Tales, is a hotel in Porto, Portugal, which suffered a fatal fire three years ago a few days before its grand opening – from the wounds and the ‘ashes,’ The House of Tales was born with a shroud of elegance which...
The steel, cocoon-like structure represents a parametrically altered design of a typical fence. What is supposed to function primarily as a demarcation tool is developed into an element that accentuates the 3-dimensionality of space. It is fragmentized, as if under the influence of powerful tectonic forces, pulling the initially linear structure in different directions.
The B+U proposal for the Taipei Performing Arts Center began with a study of sound waves. Sound was analyzed and transformed into a three dimensional form which informed the overall shape of the building. Inside are housed three performance areas. Radiating from a central foyer the Grand Theater and Playhouse form the bulk of the program to the north. Suspended above the plaza to the south is a multi function theater.
The plywood is stained Baltic Birch with an exterior grade glue, the spacers are polypropylene. It is held together by three steel rods and rotational because of the rubber dowels as shown in the construction drawing. The post-tension steel rods provide a camber for the center of the bench allowing it to rest on two ends. The birch and polypropylene pieces were transferred from baked grasshopper isocurves and points into masterCAM files where they were CNC routed with flip milling. The round-over edges for the polypropylene were done manually on a standing router table.
Versus by David Letellier is a sound installation consisting of two kinetic sculptures placed face to face. Each sculpture is made out of 12 triangular panels, hinged and powered by six linear actuators, controlled by a specific program. At the center of each corolla, a loudspeaker and a microphone allow to play and record sounds.
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