via wowgreat: Danzergrid (by Frederik Vanhoutte)
Peter Kogler, 2008, Wien.
by Cecil Balmond at Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, “the exhibition presents Balmond’s thinking about geometry, pattern and space through three installations.” via dezeen
reblog proofmathisbeautiful: buddhabrot: none00:Disorder : Everything and Me
reblog thisthatandwhatnot: Torben Giehler
by Jaime Gili.
The geometry of geology
by Vincente Guallart, via BLDGBLOG, alvin
reblog unproductive: spikes03 (via A*A*R*O*N)
reblog landscapearchitecture: [ Plasma Studio ] 3G - Extension Gallery
History of Curved Origami Sculpture
by Erik Demaine and Martin Demaine. “There is a surprisingly old history to curved origami sculpture, going back to the 1920s at the Bauhaus. We give here a partial history focusing on the earliest known references.”
The Stitchless 12
by Alex Hohlov, 2009.
Francois Roche, Stephanie Lavaux. much to explore in the new territories.
Furrow and untitled cedar sculpture
Ben Butler, Sculptures & Installations at Zg Gallery, Chicago. “The spirit of science, of discovery and illumination, is central to Ben Butler’s art. Ultimately, everything made is first found. Yet, for both art and science, successful work must allow others not to simply rediscover what you have discovered, but to make, through the work, their own discoveries. The work then remains alive. “
via toxi and generator.x
Rigid Origami Experiments
by Daniel Piker, using Tomohiro Tachi’s Rigid Origami Simulator software. video
via Space Symmetry Structure, related Ron Resch, oigami tessellation
Respect for blank space
kinetic architecture by autoxic. “This building does not have a definite shape. It is always changed by the occupation of people. The lifted up ground creates interior space for conference, lecture hall, theater, etc. This building is a new type of the monument disigned by human activity.”