Lorenzo Bacci
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Folie à Deux: La Ville en Rose  ‘La Ville En Rose (City in Pink)’ seeks to create an urban structure which is open-ended in its syntax; the nature of the structure allows users to appropriate its use, necessary additional infrastructure, envelope and shelter depending on needs ‘at the time’. Using the tale of the fictitious 3D printing company ‘Clouseau Collectif’ as its main protagonist, the experimental nature of 3D Printing as a main driving force of making is explored. In this project…

Folie à Deux: La Ville en Rose ‘La Ville En Rose (City in Pink)’ seeks to create an urban structure which is open-ended in its syntax; the nature of the structure allows users to appropriate its use, necessary additional infrastructure, envelope and shelter depending on needs ‘at the time’. Using the tale of the fictitious 3D printing company ‘Clouseau Collectif’ as its main protagonist, the experimental nature of 3D Printing as a main driving force of making is explored. In this project…

Japanese Poster: Magaru My Girl / Maboroshi My Boy. Keisuke Maekawa. 2012 - Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design

Japanese Poster: Magaru My Girl / Maboroshi My Boy. Keisuke Maekawa. 2012 - Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design

Tum Ad Re, Livorno, Bridge.

Tum Ad Re, Livorno, Bridge.

Stop City

Stop City

NO STOP CITY, 1970-72 ARCHIZOOM

NO STOP CITY, 1970-72 ARCHIZOOM

onstantin Brancusi, Mademoiselle Pogany II, 1925-2006, polished bronze, Sculpture: 16 7/8 x 7 x 11 3/4 inches, Overall: 27 x 10 x 8 3/4 inches, edition of 8. Photography by Francois Halard/© Artists Rights Society (ARS) New York/ADAGP, Paris. / Courtesy of the Brancusi Estate and Paul Kasmin Gallery. http://www.yatzer.com/brancusi-in-new-york-paul-kasmin-gallery

onstantin Brancusi, Mademoiselle Pogany II, 1925-2006, polished bronze, Sculpture: 16 7/8 x 7 x 11 3/4 inches, Overall: 27 x 10 x 8 3/4 inches, edition of 8. Photography by Francois Halard/© Artists Rights Society (ARS) New York/ADAGP, Paris. / Courtesy of the Brancusi Estate and Paul Kasmin Gallery. http://www.yatzer.com/brancusi-in-new-york-paul-kasmin-gallery

Costantin Brancusi. Endless Column, Târgu Jiu, Romania, ( 1918/1938) - The concept of Brancusi's column inspired the Citylife Tower in Milan by Arata Isozaki and Andrea Maffei. The vertical continuation of the convex modules, has been reproduced by the architects in the tallest skyscraper of Italy increasing the effect of a never ending tower.

Costantin Brancusi. Endless Column, Târgu Jiu, Romania, ( 1918/1938) - The concept of Brancusi's column inspired the Citylife Tower in Milan by Arata Isozaki and Andrea Maffei. The vertical continuation of the convex modules, has been reproduced by the architects in the tallest skyscraper of Italy increasing the effect of a never ending tower.

OLD ABSTRACTS - COMPLEXITY GRAPHICS

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leonardo da vinci inventions | Labels: Art , Physics

leonardo da vinci inventions | Labels: Art , Physics