Achim Menges and Jan Knippers

Maison Fibre

Maison Fiber è un’idea inedita, esposta ed esplorata per immaginare un’alternativa ai metodi di progettazione e costruzione. Qual è il futuro dell’architettura? Come possono gli esseri umani adattarsi e vivere in habitat armoniosi? Una visione sostenibile è stata esposta alla 17. Mostra Internazionale di Architettura – La Biennale di Venezia 2021, un portale futuristico è stato esposto come approccio alternativo alla progettazione e costruzione di futuri spazi abitabili.
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University of Stuttgart, Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD) ve Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) tarafından Bienal’in bu seneki temasına yanıt niteliğinde tasarlanan proje, tamamen robotik olarak, lifli yapı elemanlarından üretilmiş bir yaşam birimi.
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Maison Fibre is a novel idea, exhibited and explored to envision an alternative to the methods of design and construction. What is the future of architecture? How can humans adapt and live in harmonious habitats? A sustainable vision was exhibited at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2021, a futuristic gateway was exposed as an alternative approach to the design and construction of future habitable spaces.

REJANE CANTONI & LEONARDO CRESCENTI

Tunnel
“Tunnel” è una scultura cinetica, immersiva e interattiva, composta da 92 portici disordinati a seconda della posizione e della massa corporea dell’interattore. Molti utenti possono entrare e interagire contemporaneamente con la macchina. Gli interattori agiscono sulla macchina in base alla loro posizione e al loro peso. Un esempio di interazione è: entri nel “Tunnel” e ti trovi vicino a una delle pareti laterali. In questo caso, la posizione relativa e la forza gravitazionale del tuo corpo provocano variazioni dell’altezza del suolo. Il terreno è inclinato fino a 5 °, i relativi portali ruotano gradualmente nella direzione e nell’angolo corrispondenti, che propaga movimenti ondulatori per tutta l’installazione. All’osservatore esterno, il movimento interno o il tuo spostamento rispetto all’installazione produce effetti ottici cinetici.

ASIF KHAN

Portale Expo 2020 in Dubai
“Ich wollte, dass die Portale aus der Ferne wie hauchdünne Bildschirme erscheinen, wie ätherische Zeichnungen am Himmel.” Asif Khan

Leonhard Lass & Gregor Ladenhauf

Der Eidolon spaltet sich
Der Eidolon spaltet sich untersucht die Konstruktion menschlicher Form und Identität in einem narrativen Bereich. Es reflektiert und verkörpert den Bildschirm als Portal und Kontaktfläche sowohl als physisches als auch als virtuelles Gerät.

Doug Foster

Sanctuary
Sanctuary Spaces is a collection of two digital editions by Doug Foster which derive from large scale installation pieces by the artist. Both works reference Foster’s interest in creating transcendental, mesmerising spaces which transform existing structures into gateways to other worlds.

Leonhard Lass & Gregor Ladenhauf

The Eidolon Splits
The Eidolon Splits explores the construction of human form and identity within a narrative realm. It reflects and embodies the screen as a portal and contact surface both as a physical and a virtual device.

TARIK KISWANSON

Father Form
Each “Father Form” becomes a sort of portal, a vessel for a trance-like experience. Upon entering, the spectator will become multiplied, obliterated, and disjointed by the multiple reflections. This sensation is amplified by the profound sonority of the work. These sculptural vessels blur the boundaries between inside and outside, opening and enclosure, the individual and the collective.

asif khan

Expo 2020 in Dubai
“I wanted the portals to appear from a distance like paper-thin screens,like ethereal drawings in the sky.” Asif Khan

DAN CORSON

Empyrean Passage

Empyrean Passage is reminiscent of both a theoretical black hole and portal into the celestial worlds. Empyrean (notice the pyre in the word) is the final and fiery level of heaven as depicted by Dante- or aether in Aristotle’s cosmology. The form is constructed like a giant hoopskirt and gracefully moves in the wind creating a gossamer lighting effect overhead. While this project is an oculus to the heavens, more focus is usually paid to more terrestrial stars in this neighborhood.The interior of the spiral is designed with aqua and black dashes. The dashed interior creates optical effects with the eyes and at certain times of the day shifts your perception of the sky’s color.This project utilizes extremely “green” electroluminescent lighting. The entire sculpture consumes less electricity than a household nightlight and operates on a photo cell. Special thanks to the City of West Hollywood, Andrew Campbell, Maria Lusia de Herrera, Greg Coons, Glen Bundrick / Luminous Film.

NINA MARIE BARBUTO

glory holes
Intimate friction show at the mattress factory in pittsburgh ‘glory holes’, an installation by american artist nina marie barbuto, delves into the histories of the spaces around us. the term, similarly used in hetero and homosexual copulation acts, serve as a portal for an anonymous yet intimate connection between the two bodies. as we move through the architectural space, we lose track of the larger figure, bones, and mass that surounds us.

ANTENNA DESIGN

portal

POSTCOMMODITY

Do You Remember When?

The hole and exposed earth of Do You Remember When? becomes a spiritual, cultural and physical portal – a point of transformation between worlds – from which emerges an Indigenous worldview engaging a discourse on sustainability. The block of concrete on the pedestal – the foundation of the institution constructed on top of tribal lands – functions as a trophy celebrating Indigenous intervention in opposition to a Western scientific worldview. The closed-circuit audio broadcast of a Pee Posh social dance song performed by the collective provides the psychosocial soundtrack of the transformation process. The work shifts the sustainability from a focus dominated by Western science to a balanced approach inclusive of Indigenous knowledge systems.

NAJLA EL ZEIN STUDIO

The Wind Portal