“Little Shining Man”, a kite with 1700 3d printed connectors, carbon fibre rods and cubenfibre aerospace fabric. Conceived by Heather and Ivan Morison, designed by Sash Reading, engineered and fabricated by Queen & Crawford.
This is an impressive vertical interactive dance performance! 2 dancers with bungee ropes fly and 2 depth cameras track them, a system on processing send real-time generated visuals to specifically touched point by the dancers.
The Institute for Computer-Based Design and the Institute for Structural Engineering and Structural Design, University of Stuttgart have collaborated to create this Research Pavilion - introducing biological patterns and formations into architecture.
NaughtyBox is a playful device that represents ambient sound with physical movement. By putting four tiny magnetic cubes inside the box and singing, the cubes dance and bounce in response to the sound.
Nice pencil drawings by Michelle D. Ferrera. Originally, works began in journals but a few years ago, looking for a larger canvas, she picked up a piece of scrap wood from the garage and the rest is history.
The Guardian has rounded up a 2011 Year in Review in photos as told by Legos. Some of this year’s biggest news stories, from the Royal Wedding, to the Occupy Wall Street movement, are seen with Lego characters.
"Odette" paper window installation by Mandy Smith in collaboration with 180 Amsterdam. One of the only traditional Christmas windows in Amsterdam this season, visible on 506, Herengracht until January the 5th.
At Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana the first extensive retrospective overview of Niko Kralj’s work, his design career and the role he played in the development of design in contemporary Slovenia.