jenny sabin

Дженни Сабин

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source: designboom
the installation’s architectural framework is inspired by both nature and mathematics, and is built from an assemblage of mediums: digitally knitted 3D elements, solar active and drake yarns, twill tape and aluminum tubing. the temporary pavilion employs both photoluminescent and light activated yarns that absorb, collect, and deliver luminance. from a practical standpoint, this portable and super-lightweight structure could be used outdoors to consume rays from the sun during the day, before releasing them at night.
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source: jennysabin
With strong links to the Sabin Design Lab at Cornell AAP, Jenny Sabin Studio is an experimental architecture studio based in Ithaca, NY. The studio investigates the intersections of architecture and science, and applies insights and theories from biology and mathematics to the design, fabrication, and production of material structures and spatial interventions. We collaborate with scientists and engineers and employ architects, designers, and artists. Our applied projects are diverse and operate across multiple length scales including adaptive materials, building facades, installations, pavilions, tapestries, rugs, and architectural interventions. Our portfolio is equally diverse including clients such as Nike Inc., Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, the American Philosophical Society Museum, the Exploratorium, and the Frac Centre.
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Дизайнер из США Дженни Сабин (Jenny Sabin) представила павильон созданный из вязаного материала, который светится в темноте.
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source: fubiznet
Jenny Sabin est une artiste américaine spécialisée dans le domaine de l’architecture et du design expérimentaux. Elle a récemment présenté un pavillon phosphorescent construit grâce à l’impression 3D. Cette toile d’araignée géante joue avec les couleurs, les ombres et la lumière pour interagir avec le visiteur plongé dans le noir.