Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Workshop3: Architecture In Motion

video

Tried to show circulation at Red Centre with movement of balloon.

Workshop2: Material Modeling

Work1


Work2



Work3

Monday, 31 August 2009

Monday, 22 June 2009

EXP3. FEEDBACK


EXP3. FILEFRONT LINK

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EXP3. FINAL MODEL


Prada's Room1
Prada's Showroom


Bridge and Lift For Prada
Lift For Prada


Meeting Space

Obama's Lift
Obama's Theater

Ramp to Theater (idea of 'supported)

Obama's Office

EXP3. DRAFT2




EXP3. DRAFT1


Design with "F" Shapes

EXP3. LIFTS and TABLE


DINING TABLE

LIFT FOR PRADA

LIFT FOR OBAMA

EXP3. 36 Textures


RHYTHM, FLUID, CONCENTRATED


LINEAR, ROTATIONAL, SCALAR

EXP3. "h" shapes



EXP3: "F" shapes



EXP3. Mash Up Articles

Power…

Obama, Prada and Madonna have shown their power with their own ways. Obama, as a president of USA, call for a change in the direction and the tone of the country. Madonna, as a famous pop singer, thrived in the 1980's on being sensational and suggestive against a tame mainstream backdrop. Prada, as a designer, she has been regarded as a one of fashion's greatest and influential icons, pioneering her own style at the top of the industry for decades. All three of them have introduced the idea of change against to the traditional groups. Their power can be distinguished from others with their specific challenging attitude.

Obama Article : http://www.nytimes.com/2008/11/05/us/politics/05elect.html?pagewanted=1
Prada Article : http://www.medianewsline.com/news/146/ARTICLE/4584/2009-05-25.html
Madonna Article : http://www.nytimes.com/1994/10/23/arts/pop-music-madonna-s-return-to-innocence.html?pagewanted=3

Monday, 4 May 2009

EXP 2: Lecture 7

Final submission


Meeting point



lamp to Alfred Nobel's Lab (Thousand ideas)



Alfred Nobel's Lab with texture (Dark)

View from Alfred Nobel's Lab

Keith Campbell's Lab

Keith Campbell's Lab 2 (with texture 'light')

View from Keith Campbell's

View of meeting point (Thousand ideas + Believe)


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