Morten Stubberud
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this shows rhythm. this shows rhythm because the lines lead your eyes down the picture in smooth motions. the grooves inside of each wave also bring your eyes down the entire piece.

Photo courtesy of Matt Shlian. WAVE (detail), from Process Series paper . Photo by Cullen Stephenson. Ara paper Photo courtesy of Matt Shlian. Artist and.

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The Graffiti Cafe is located in Varna, Bulgaria, designed by Studio MODE. The Graffiti Cafe mimics the outer front design , while the back half features a

''Ondes De Choc'' by D!ENTRE (Florine Sachy / Arnaud Manneheut / Audrey Rzentkowski / Jérôme Scorielle), was a spectacular sound installation aimed at providing a meeting point between heritage and contemporary architecture. When people visited the courtyard, the installation moved and created sounds, which in turn symbolized the merger of the space’s heritage with modern architecture.

The Encounter // 'Lively Architecture Festival' in Montpellier I didn't know whether to pin this to "architecture" or "installation art". wonderful feast for the eyes if you link to it!

1/8 Scale Structure Model Basswood, mylar, glue

an overhang? a cantilevered beam? a protector of sun? here i& tried to design a grid of self-supporting laminated beams to shade the pattern of the azimuth of sun .

A conceptual model from the Vertical Studio being taught by Architecture Professors Max Underwood and Michael Rotondi for the Herberger Young Scholars Academy. #asudesignschool #asudesign #asuarchitecture #architectureschool #architecturestudent #architecture #imadethat

A conceptual model from the Vertical Studio being taught by Architecture Professors Max Underwood and Michael Rotondi for the Herberger Young Scholars Academy.

Visitors to this installation in northern Denmark by German artist Thilo Frank are invited to walk through a contorted loop of timber while listening to the sounds of their voices and footsteps played back to them (+ slideshow).

"EKKO" by German artist,Thilo Frank. This permanent public installation in northern Denmark incorporates remixed audio playback of the sound of visitors' footsteps and voices as they walk through the installation.