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enochliew:

Maximilian’s Schell by Ball-Nogues Studio

Constructed in tinted Mylar resembling stained glass.

(Source: ball-nogues.com, via parametricworld)

— 5 months ago with 817 notes

mmodulus:

Ecología de código abierto

Open source ecology (OSE) es una red de agricultores y ingenieros fundada por Marcin Jakubowski en 2003 con el fin de construir el Global Village Construction Set (GVCS), una plataforma de código abierto que permite la fabricación de cincuenta tipos diferentes de máquinas industriales de manera fácil. La misma granja es la sede principal y es un prototipo donde se experimentan las maquinas para cultivar alimentos, recoger aguas pluviales y producir la electricidad necesaria a través de paneles solares.

OSE ha resonado en todo el mundo en el 2011 cuando Jakubowski ha presentado el Global Village Construction Set en un TED Talk. Poco después GVCS ha ganado el concurso de proyectos “green” de la revista Make. También los blogs Gizmodo y Grist han publicado varios detalles sobre OSE. Desde entonces, Marcin Jakubowski se ha convertido en un miembro de la Fundación Shuttleworth en 2011 y TED Senior Fellow en 2012. 

Open source ecology también se está desarrollando en Europa debajo de la sigla OSE Europa. 

Es todo un orgullo para mmodulUS haber sido contactados por Marcin para contribuir al crecimiento de este genial proyecto!

Los cincuenta equipos que componen el Global Village Construction Set.

Via Open Source Ecology y Wikipedia

— 5 months ago with 1 note
teamlabs:

A Taxonomy of Innovation
Harvard Business Review ha publicado esta taxonomía de la innovación basada en la metodología de “human-centered design” del Luma Institute. Son 36 herramientas que proponen como toolbox para afrontar retos de innovación con el enfoque del desgin thinking y el diseño centrado en la experiencia de usuario.

teamlabs:

A Taxonomy of Innovation

Harvard Business Review ha publicado esta taxonomía de la innovación basada en la metodología de “human-centered design” del Luma Institute. Son 36 herramientas que proponen como toolbox para afrontar retos de innovación con el enfoque del desgin thinking y el diseño centrado en la experiencia de usuario.

— 6 months ago with 78 notes

archatlas:

Sancaklar Mosque Emre Arolat Architects

Sancaklar Mosque located in Buyuk Cekmece, a suburban neighborhood in the outskirts of Istanbul, aims to address the fundamental issues of designing a mosque by distancing itself from the current architectural discussions based on form and focusing solely on the essence of religious space. 

The interior of the mosque, a simple cave like space, becomes a dramatic and awe inspiring place to pray and be alone with God. The slits and fractures along the Qiblah wall enhances the directionality of the prayer space and allows daylight to filter into the prayer hall.

The project constantly plays off of the tension between man-made and natural. The contrast between the natural stone stairs following the natural slope of the landscape and the thin reinforced concrete slab spanning over 6 meters to form the canopy helps enhance this dual relationship.

— 6 months ago with 1678 notes
shapeways:

Travel through space and time by owning your own 3D Printed Wormhole: http://shpws.me/oBwv

shapeways:

Travel through space and time by owning your own 3D Printed Wormhole: http://shpws.me/oBwv

(via conceptmodel)

— 6 months ago with 422 notes

ryanpanos:

Watse? Land | Vicente Molina Domínguez | Via

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antoniodicampli:

DistruzioneThe destructive character or destruction as a paradigm of spatial conception. A reflection based on the text “City Demolition Industry Inc.” by Arata Isozaki

antoniodicampli:

Distruzione
The destructive character or destruction as a paradigm of spatial conception. A reflection based on the text “City Demolition Industry Inc.” by Arata Isozaki

(via endlessinterior)

— 6 months ago with 1 note

espritdesign:

Projets Hedron et Octahedrons mobilier par Benjamin Migliore

(Source: blog-espritdesign.com)

— 6 months ago with 8 notes

rudygodinez:

Frei Otto and Rolf Gutbrod, German Pavilion “Expo ‘67” in Montreal, (1965-1967)

For the German pavilion, Otto and Gutbrod interpreted the exhibition motto, “Man and His World” with a “Landscape built by human hands.” The cavernous interior contained modular steel platforms arranged at different levels. The entire area was covered by a single membrane of irregular plan and varying heights. Its contours were determined by the high points of the masts and the low points where the membrane was drawn, funnel- like, down to the ground. Eye loops filled with clear plastic material accentuated these points and the saddle surfaces they created. The prestressed membrane consisted of a translucent skin hung from a steel wire net, which, by eye, ridge, and edge ropes, was connected with the mast heads and anchor blocks.”

(via endlessinterior)

— 6 months ago with 1685 notes

shaoyi-l:

Olivetti Showroom  1959

Carlo Scarpa

Venice, Italy

(via uekou77)

— 6 months ago with 283 notes