Gabby O’Connor, "What Lies Beneath", an installation of dyed and lacquered tissue paper stapled together and lit with natural light augmented by fluorescent lights. I love how this soft light fills the room.
projection of map. glowing map of New York's subway system hangs from a dark ceiling and projects different measurements of time, space & travel upon the ground below / Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture
Christian Joakim : Antlia - Machine pneumatique I (University of Toronto, “Installation exploring the rapidly developing field of interactive, responsive architecture through the design of a full-scale kinetic sculpture, extending a traditional arch
Installation Aerial par Monika Grzymala :: Tape, patience and imagination Aerial is a facility of the Berlin artist Monika Grzymala, made entirely with a big black tape, she dresses a column and two white walls with incredible dexterity.
Buildings that Breathe - Doris Sung's Living Architecture: Using responsive thermo-bimetals that "breathe" to heat or cool a building, Doris Sung is making architecture more lifelike and environmentally friendly.