When a 2D material is manipulated by cutting, folding, or scoring to become a 3d object. The structure itself can be linear, parabolic, or crystalline. Structural forces.
Mid-Review feedback: Can it be movable? Screens? How does it ‘open’? What is the corner/roof condition? How does it transition? Structurally. Joint vs Geometry?
Below are a few projects JD, our fellow classmate, worked on in his undergrad @ Clemson. The Haint Blue project was designed around 2×4 members. Even the spacing was based […]
The concept for Holding Patterns was based on two ideas. 1. Recycling and 2. Strengthening connections between the MOMA PS1 and the surrounding neighborhoods. “We did this by making matches […]
This is one of my old professors from MN, Marc Swackhamer. He does some pretty cool research and installations that relate to our project. Go to the link below and […]
COLOR |ˈkələr| Noun The property possessed by an object of producing different sensations on the eye as a result of the way the object reflects or emits light. REFRACTION |riˈfrakSHən| […]