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akihisa hirata architecture office

Thanks to financial news giant Bloomberg, and the creative vision of architect Akihisa Hirata, Tokyo’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOT) has a rather impressive new pavilion to stand beside its main entrance. The mysterious yet …

inspiration

looking deeper contemporary minimalist abstract paper art sculpture painting with canvas the creation of line, shadow and light through the works growing layers gives the work its depth and meaning

29.G.S.: The TANGRAM building concept

To be revisited soon.

This video series is designed to accompany Paul Jackson's Folding Techniques for Designers. This unique book explains the key techniques of folding, such as pleated surfaces, curved folding and crumpling.   V-Pleats:  V-pleats are characterized by their distinctive 'V' shape, in which three mountain folds and one valley fold (or one mountain fold and three valley folds) meet at a node.

This video series is designed to accompany Paul Jackson's Folding Techniques for Designers. This unique book explains the key techniques of folding, such as…

Proto-surface - Carly Gertler

Harvard Graduate School of Design VIS 0224 Critic: Andrew Witt Year: 2013 Collaborator: Patrick Burke Proto-surface Proto-surface focuses on.

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Mashallah Design:  three-step sequence of a bird spreading its wings is reconstructed and sculpted into T-Shirts. As the change in the wings' position is a function of time, each wing's plumage is reduced to polygonal form, modeled and rigged into successive arrangements to portray the spreading motion. A three-step sequence of a bird spreading its wings is reconstructed and sculpted into T-Shirts. As the change in the wings' position is a function of time, each wing's plumage is reduced to…

Mashallah Design: three-step sequence of a bird spreading its wings is reconstructed and sculpted into T-Shirts. As the change in the wings' position is a function of time, each wing's plumage is reduced to polygonal form, modeled and rigged into successive arrangements to portray the spreading motion. A three-step sequence of a bird spreading its wings is reconstructed and sculpted into T-Shirts. As the change in the wings' position is a function of time, each wing's plumage is reduced to…

Low rez vase

Handmade faceted vessels part of Faceture series by Phil Cuttance. Each vases is produced individually by casting a water-based resin into a simple handmade

Erica Seccombe | Recipient of the 2010 Synapse Residency Program

Erica Seccombe | Recipient of the 2010 Synapse Residency Program

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