MediaLab Prado, LED FACADE
“Langarita–Navarro Arquitectos‘ Led wall at the Medialab-Prado in central Madrid is an interactive façade that aims to be a space for exchange and communication with both visitors and locals, a commission by the Madrid Town Council to develop social interaction and to offer a new digital landmark for their city which is often so closely guarded from development. 144m2 of wall space is covered with some 35,000 Led nodes that are configured to allow both still and moving imagery, allowing the wall, with it’s simple traditional madrileño definition to come alive with psychedelic imagery.”
Rundle Lantern By Fusion
“The Rundle Lantern is a unique canvas that uses computer controlled LEDs to illuminate 748 square panels to deliver a platform for digital art.”
via Travel With Frank Gehry
reblog landscapearchitecture: (via makdreams) tenniscalator by david tajchman. article at dezeen
by studio Urban Art Projects (UAP). “A car park for 30 years, the building was recently transformed by architects Nettleton Tribe into a thirteen level office space above nine levels of parking. [the studio] designed the bespoke art project ‘Landlines’ to wrap itself around three faces of the car park. Displaying a contoured map of Cunningham’s Gap and the Main Range in Brisbane, the work is formed of 549 powder coated, laser cut aluminum panels, all 1.2m x 3.6m.”
reblog landscapearchitecture: (via ummhello).
DIN. PR 10 [NaMa II]
by Vladimir Bonacic, 1971. Computer-controlled dynamic object / light installation at the storefront of NaMa in Zagreb, Ilica Street.
via Mute magazine. Before the art of new media
by Ned Kahn, San Francisco 2003. “This artwork consists of 200,000 mirrored disks which respond to the air currents generated by passing trains and the natural wind passing through the BART Station at the San Francisco Airport. The stainless steel disks encircle a 55’ diameter by 12’ deep hole in the main level of the station, through which escalators and stairs run. The myriad of tiny mirrors reflect colors from people’s clothing as they pass through the portal, creating an ever-changing mosaic of light, sculpted by the wind.”
tina roeder and david krings, 2008. “credenza or sideboard prototype inspired by the architectural history of east-west-berlin, rich in vision and utopias.”
via andreas nicolas fischer
m3 moire facade model
following the idea of the moire effect and using a two layered transparent/black stripes setup, creates an algorithmic animation when passing by the 1:11 scale model of the facade of a proposed building by m3architecture in brisbane. video 1, 2, 3.
working with natural forces, ned kahn creates beautiful sculptures and facades that translate natural activity and movement into form.
via www.nedkahn.com, micro gallery
typographic projections onto glass panels of a office building facade.
by new territories. scenario: courtyard of frac, an aggregation of glass sticks. produced and cleaned by robots. for the design of a museum for experimental architecture.
by nox architecture.