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NASA Orbit Pavilion, New York, 2015 - StudioKCA

the studioKCA orbit pavilion was designed as a traveling exhibition to spotlight the invisible sounds of 19 NASA satellites orbiting the earth.

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the studioKCA orbit pavilion was designed as a traveling exhibition to spotlight the invisible sounds of 19 NASA satellites orbiting the earth.

Gallery - STUDIOKCA’s NASA Orbit Pavilion Lets Visitors Listen to the “Sounds of Space” - 4

Gallery of STUDIOKCA’s NASA Orbit Pavilion Lets Visitors Listen to the “Sounds of Space” - 4

Tampere University of Technology

Image 2 of 26 from gallery of Dragon Skin Pavilion / Emmi Keskisarja + Pekka Tynkkynen + Kristof Crolla (LEAD) and Sebastien Delagrange (LEAD). Photograph by Pekka Tynkkynen

Pavillon en fibre de carbone par ICD et ITKE

Pavillon en fibre de carbone par ICD et ITKE

A robotically woven carbon-fibre pavilion based on the lightweight shell encasing the wings and abdomen of a beetle is the second structure revealed this week from the team of architects and engineers at the University of Stuttgart

Gallery - STUDIOKCA’s NASA Orbit Pavilion Lets Visitors Listen to the “Sounds of Space” - 1

Gallery of STUDIOKCA’s NASA Orbit Pavilion Lets Visitors Listen to the “Sounds of Space” - 1

Brooklyn, NYC-based StudioKCA has constructed an interesting pavilion that reflects the trajectory of satellites orbiting the Earth. Commissioned by NASA, the Orbit Pavilion resembles an oversized metal nautilus shell and features an immersive soundtrack.

Image 22 of 33 from gallery of 30 Graphs and Charts to Boost Your Visual Presentations. NASA Orbit Pavilion. Image © STUDIOKCA Architecture

Gallery of 30 Graphs and Charts to Boost Your Visual Presentations - 22

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Spidery Shellstar Pavilion Lures Festival Goers into its Web in an Empty Hong Kong Lot Shellstar Pavilion by Matsys – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

New British Inventors: Inside Heatherwick Studio - 2016 Taipei Fine Arts Museum

Make model similar to this showing dependence on transport in the centre of the city compared to outskirts - New British Inventors: Inside Heatherwick Studio - 2016 Taipei Fine Arts Museum

candy coloured glass

Tom Fruin: Works Imagine the play of light and color inside this stained glass dream of a house!

Image 11 of 13 from gallery of O-STRIP Pavilion / Tongji University Team. Courtesy of Tongji University Team

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