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Implant Matrix

June 27th, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture | No Comments »

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 Implant Matrx by Philip Beesley Architect Inc.

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Micro.Spheres

May 8th, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture | 1 Comment »

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Micro.Spheres by Julius Popp takes place in a room, containing around 16 autonomously acting robots, which visitors are allowed to enter and experience. The robots act according to a dogmatic command that drives them to perpetually place themselves in the spatial centre of their immediate environment.

via Interactive Architecture dot Org


PixelSkin02

April 23rd, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture, Mechanical Tech, Programming | No Comments »

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 PixelSkin02 is a responsive architectural surface made of shape memory alloy (SMA) to actuate each of the four panels that make a 'pixel'.


ParaCloud : Parametric Point Cloud Modeling

April 15th, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture, Programming | 1 Comment »

paracloud.jpg ParaCloud's Smart Cloud of Points (SmCP) provides a new parametric modeling environment base on generative point clouds. Each coordinate has an added 4th value "i" for a network of relationships throughout the pointcloud.


Studio : Prophecy Magazine

April 4th, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture, Design | 1 Comment »

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Prophecy Magazine is an internationally distributed bi-annual magazine of architecture, art, fashion, music + culture. Each issue features theoretical architectural ideas/renderings in the “Studio” section. They are currently accepting submissions (deadline : April 12th). A selection of submitted work will be featured in the upcoming Spring ’06 issue of Prophecy Magazine.

Designers! Architects! Get published!

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Mobile Living

April 4th, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture, Building Tech, Fabrication Tech, Products, Sustainability, Urbanism | 2 Comments »

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Presented in the spectacular 18,000 sf Skylight Studios Gallery, Soho, NYC, Mobile Living will exhibit the unparalleled advancements in our society that have manifested our modern nomadic lifestyle. . . Mixing design and technology this will be a groundbreaking, curated presentation, running concurrently with the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), and DesignDowntown in New York City, May 2006. Mobile Homes, Mobile Phones, Mobile computing, Automobiles, Motor homes, indoor and outdoor furniture will all be topics in the show.


Google Earth + Domus = Hyper Domus

March 8th, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture, Internet, Virtual Reality | 1 Comment »

From the March 2006 issue (Domus 890), readers will be able to take a “virtual guided tour” of the buildings published in Domus thanks to a preconfigured itinerary that can be loaded in Google Earthâ„¢. This itinerary will take you on a tour of the most recent architectural projects, viewed in context. [Hyper Domus]


In Search of Maxwell's Demon

February 14th, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture, Design, Mapping, Programming | No Comments »

Check out this interview with Jon Kher Kaw by POST. [In Search of Maxwell's Demon: Scapes (applet)] Thanks, KT.


Brooklyn Digital Foundry + OMA

February 12th, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture, Video | No Comments »

OMA’s Museum Plaza in Louisville? neh. Brooklyn Digital Foundry‘s concept video? nice.

via A Daily Dose of Architecture


Maximum Suburbia

February 7th, 2006 | Filed under: Architecture, Urbanism | 5 Comments »


Low income homes in Ixtapaluca, Mexico City (10,000 units. It’s real.)
more Mexico City aerial views from the helicopter pilot/photographer C.O. Ruiz

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