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Standing Still, Young - Tseng Mar 2019

Standing Still, Young - Tseng

The STEAM Journal

I am drawn to the in-between—to movement at the corners of the eyes, to the moments between one breath and the next. When we want to catch such moments we stand still, we pause, we wait, “with bated breath.” At such moments, I believe, the potential exists for taking on different perspectives and for finding other points of view. Standing still, in a state of stillness, is an action that encapsulates many of my concerns. My work takes form in objects and architecture that collaborate with bodies moving inside them. The space is structured, not as a system, but ...


Hall Of Heroes, Corey Hinds Mar 2018

Hall Of Heroes, Corey Hinds

Forces

Collin College Spring Creek Library. Size: 19 x 25 in Type: Charcoal and Graphite on paper. A detailed illustration of the main entrance of the Spring Creek Library. The original photograph was taken on my phone. Art piece took roughly 8 hours.


Space To Breathe Sep 2017

Space To Breathe

SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute

Green, edgy and playful, Oslo's new architecture brings joy in a city where nature has a profound effect on life, attitude and building design.


Miami A City Reborn Oct 2016

Miami A City Reborn

SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute

From Art Deco to Deconstructionism, Miami has long been a centre for architectural design. We look at its history and the architects planning its future.


Talking About My Regeneration Oct 2016

Talking About My Regeneration

SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute

Benedetta Tagliabue is one of the founding partners of EMBT, the architecture firm renowned for its urban regeneration work. She speaks to SIGNED about her projects and the exhibition at HKDI.


A Frank Talk Oct 2016

A Frank Talk

SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute

Founded just ten years ago, Gravity has evolved into one of Hong Kong's most interesting and influential design and architecture partnerships. And yet the company was born in the most difficult circumstances.


Learning Curve Oct 2016

Learning Curve

SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute

Thomas Coldefy and Isabel Van Haute designed the Hong Kong Design Institute. Two and a half years after it opened they reflect on what the building has taught them about sustainability in architecture.


Crochet As A Model For The Elasticity Of Skin Cells, Jaqueline (Jackie) Bell Johnson Feb 2014

Crochet As A Model For The Elasticity Of Skin Cells, Jaqueline (Jackie) Bell Johnson

The STEAM Journal

My artwork is a result of the exploration of materials through process. The sculptures I make are the solutions to problems of how to combine materials, and create structure and form that I am able to build and transport on my own.


Moche Architectural Vessels: Small Structures, Big Implications, Juliet Wiersema Apr 2012

Moche Architectural Vessels: Small Structures, Big Implications, Juliet Wiersema

Andean Past

No abstract provided.


University Place, Andrea Taylor, Kate Gaetano, Sarah Khan, Tanya Fletcher, Cynthia Moritz, Amy Speach Shires, Wendy S. Loughlin, David Marc, Margaret Costello, Rachel Boll, Samantha Whitehorne Jan 2004

University Place, Andrea Taylor, Kate Gaetano, Sarah Khan, Tanya Fletcher, Cynthia Moritz, Amy Speach Shires, Wendy S. Loughlin, David Marc, Margaret Costello, Rachel Boll, Samantha Whitehorne

Syracuse University Magazine

No abstract provided.