• Tag: temporary architecture


    Installations | 2013 Archive.

    3rd January

    01 | Yochai Matos Light Installations. 02 | Henrique Oliveira’s Baitogogo at Palais de Tokyo, Paris [TV]. 03 | Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau. 04 | Three Dimensional Drawings by Monika Grzymala. 05 | Neon Light Installations by Massimo Uberti. 06 | Silo 468 by Lighting Design Collective // Urban Light Art Installation for City of Helsinki. 07 | Berndnaut Smilde Makes Real Clouds [TV]. 08 | LEDscape by LIKE Architects// Lisbon, Portugal.



    Christian Dior Runway Spring/Summer 2014 [TV].

    18th November

    Dior Runway 2014 for SS collection was a striking tropical wonderland housed in a temporary structure in Jardin du Musée Rodin in Paris.



    Jane Fonda Kit House in Brussels by Elii Architects [TV].

    12th November

    Jane Fonda Kit House by Elii proposes the possibility of the future in which citizens use their own muscles to produce the energy required to run their homes.



    Architectural Installations and Polyester Sculptures by Do Ho Suh.

    30th October

    Seoul-born artist Do Ho Suh is well known for his gravity defying, ghostly architectural installations and polyester sculptures. His work investigates the themes of the perception of our surroundings and how one is able to construct memory from a space…



    Cloudscapes by Tetsuo Kondo Architects at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.

    11th October

    Tetsuo Kondo Architects created a small bank of clouds in the Sunken Garden of the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo. 
The clouds billow softly in a compact, transparent container and can be seen from the entrance hall, exhibition galleries, outdoor plaza, and other parts of the museum. This project is, in effect, an experiment in creating a new type of architectural space, one that achieves integration in engagement with its environment…



    So Hot Right Now // Mobile Buildings.

    4th October

    It’s certainly no news the (Western) world has been moving towards a more mobile existence for quite some time. Advancement of technology in combination with our continued pursuit of alternative lifestyle has brought about many developments towards innovative, or should I say – less conventional ways of working, living and holidaying. One such example is the move towards mobile buildings. Whilst this is far from being a new trend, it’s definitely interesting to see how varied these buildings are in their usage and the way in which they are configured. From true mobile dwellings such as the repurposed vehicles and shipping containers, to more conventional shelters designed to fit on the back of a bicycle or a truck, these interesting examples of mobile buildings from around the globe are a real-life comment about the mobile-nature of the world we live in…




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