–Jason Hopkins develops a compelling digital art work entitled Abhominal that illustrates a beautiful hybridization of geometrical normative structures with a tumorous organic flesh. His “bodies” are as much striking to me that it obviously evokes the hyperactive use of uncontrolled topological surfaces in current architecture. Jason Hopkins proposes a much more interesting vision of […]
-The Sukkah City website has recently unveiled the competition entries online! Visit the website to see the entrants, including the archimorph + verS entry Your-sUKKAH. More images from the competition entry may be found on the archimorph blog or on our facebook page.
-The White Hotel in Brussels. Link ““Disturb Me” is an interactive installation between human and his environment. It is to make perceptible the reciprocal links and often forgotten contact, that we maintain with our environment. The projection depends on the sound emitted by the spectators and creates consequently, a transitory and colored environment. The projected […]
-‘Botanical Garden/Research lab across from SCIArc in Los Angeles. It acts as a artificial reef for plants. The movement along with the plants are agents of its own destruction, slowly adding a crippling weight and destabilizing the structure.’
-Precedent study for thesis project at the University of Michigan Digital Mania Thesis Seminar.
-Archimorph’s submittal for the HOUSE of RED+WHITE competition entry; Katyn Massacre Memorial.
-The above selected images were produced throughout the design process of the Sukkah City competition. The model was constructed parametrically in Rhino Grasshopper to stack cylindrical tubes in an irregular shifting grid, both to account for built-in furniture as well as extruded symbols on exterior walls. The tubes are exported from the Grasshopper definition to […]
YOur-Sukkah | a universal conversation ignited by Sukkot. During Sukkot all nations are called to build a Sukkah and in it re-enact daily experiences like eating, sleeping, learning, contemplating, sharing, and rejoicing with family, among friends, alone, and with strangers of all sorts. YOur-Sukkah seizes this mitzvah and incites visitors to communicate with one another […]