The designer and artist Sebastian Errazuriz, born in Chile in 1977, impressed us. His furniture, art objects and installations are never boring and always convey a message to the viewer. In addition, the creative head developed an augmented reality platform named All Show together with the artist Zander Eckblad. The project functions as an online exhibition and enables the art collectors to view works of art during the coronavirus pandemic from the comfort of their own homes, project them into their living rooms and purchase them.
The incredible synergy of craft and 3D printing technology
architekturdesigner.XR presents the work of Belgian multi-talent and designer Peter Donders. He was one of the first ever to use ‚polygonal modelling‘ in combination with Rhino. This impressed architects such as Sir Norman Foster and Zaha Hadid. A ‚Making of‘ and what else can be created with this technology is shown in our video.
A certain amount of attention cannot be denied to extraordinary installations. If they are also of high quality and implemented immersively, the result is sustainability. It is precisely this thinking that the still young Istanbul-based creative agency Ouchhh has interiorised. In their project AVA V2 they show a portable 360° installation in which merge of particle physics, design and architecture. We got engaged in it and plunged into another world in just a few moments.
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Licht ist eines der Gestaltungselemente in der Architektur und hinsichtlich künstlicher Lichtquellen immer eine Herausforderung. Diese hat sich der Leuchtenhersteller Zumtobel gemeinsam mit dem Architekturbüro Delugan Meissl Associated Architects gestellt und die Leuchte Teela entwickelt. Was die Besonderheiten ausmachen, erklären Roman Delugan und Martin Josst in unserem Video.
Light is one of the most important design elements in architecture. Considering artificial light the perfect lighting solution is always a challenge. Zumtobel, the provider of lighting solutions met this challenge together with Delugan Meissl Associated Architects and developed the lamp Teela. In our video, Roman Delugan and Martin Josst explain the special features.