Tag Archives: Installation

H9: BAR CEILING CONCEPT III

The latest iteration in the bar design for Hangar 9.

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jenny sabin: branching morphogenesis

PHILADELPHIA – Made from 75,000 interconnected cable zip-ties, “Branching Morphogenesis,” simulates the predicted network generated by human lung cells as they interact with an extracellular matrix in three-dimensional space and time. Designed and produced by the Sabin+Jones LabStudio at Penn, “Branching Morphogenesis” allows visitors to walk through a giant three-dimensional “datascape,” encapsulating the way in […]

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archimorph + tex-fab

INTRODUCTION TEX-FAB is a new resource for designers, academics, fabricators, and students seeking out the innovative application of digital technology to the physical environment. Within Texas there is an emerging network of companies, institutions, and individuals focusing on the exploration of parametric design and the digital production of building components. Specifically, there is a growing […]

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Archimorph + verS: Sukkah City

Archimorph has joined verS in the 2010 NYC Sukkah City competition. ‘Sukkah City: New York City’ will re-imagine this ancient phenomenon, develop new methods of material practice and parametric design, and propose radical possibilities for traditional design constraints in a contemporary urban site. Twelve finalists will be selected by a panel of celebrated architects, designers, […]

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h9: bar ceiling concept i + ii

Concept design for H9 bar ceiling using glass liquor bottles suspended from the steel structure. The alternative iteration employs an image-based circle packing technique to aggregate polycarbonate tubes of various diameters and lengths into a cloud-like form above the bar. Other possibilities are being explored.-JB

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plasmatic matter

“The sculpture acts in the tradition of the marginalized mid-century American medical doctor Wilhelm Reich who said “all plasmatic matter perceives, with or without sensory nerves. The amoeba has no sensory or motor nerves, and still it perceives…The terror of the total convulsion, of involuntary movement and spontaneous excitation is joined to the splitting up […]

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