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Tree House 2013. Designed and built by Lee Woodman 

Favorite place at home!

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SOU FUJIMOTO - SERPENTINE GALLERY PAVILION 2013
Sou Fujimoto is this year’s designer of the famous annual Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. In his designs he aims to re-inventing our relationship with our environment, seeking a delicate balance between the natural and artificial space. The pavillion consists of a lightweight and almost transparent stucture of steel poles, which gives it an almost dream-like appearance amidst the sereen natural landscape of the Kensington Gardens in London. Visitors will feel protected and sheltered from the outside elements, while never fully loosing contact with them. According the Fujimoto this creates a new form of environment “where the natural and the mand-made merge; not solely architectural nor solely natural, but a unique meeting of the two.”
Image © 2013 Iwan Baan

SOU FUJIMOTO - SERPENTINE GALLERY PAVILION 2013

Sou Fujimoto is this year’s designer of the famous annual Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. In his designs he aims to re-inventing our relationship with our environment, seeking a delicate balance between the natural and artificial space. The pavillion consists of a lightweight and almost transparent stucture of steel poles, which gives it an almost dream-like appearance amidst the sereen natural landscape of the Kensington Gardens in London. Visitors will feel protected and sheltered from the outside elements, while never fully loosing contact with them. According the Fujimoto this creates a new form of environment “where the natural and the mand-made merge; not solely architectural nor solely natural, but a unique meeting of the two.”

Image © 2013 Iwan Baan

Charles & Ray Eames 
free-man:

Saturday Inspiration - Eames: The Architect and The Painter

leewoodman:

Stamp prints of a futuristic language. A University project explained on my design blog here

Lee Woodman 2012

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Jan Adriaans
beltzanet:

Joan Lao Design

beltzanet:

Joan Lao Design

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leedesignplus:

Progress shots of ‘bed of flowers box’ and Vehicle shaft for the Topic Wheel

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Sketch model for ‘Speak’

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Some pics of my sketch model. See.

A simplified version of the object as a metaphor. The top and bottom are solid blocks, (possibly concrete) that stand for the two known domains of metaphor. The parts in between are lucid, borrowed, surreal and provoke thought, thereby producing new meaning.

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fiore-rosso:

PEETA.

fiore-rosso:

PEETA.

Lee Woodman Design [Culture & Context] - A photo essay with 300 word theory on the ‘flâneur’ and how it relates to today. My theory, the subject/object binary and consequent negation of any distinction between subject and object. To read my theory and view the photos from my hand in PDF go here.

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The Fragilesque Mag - Issue oo2, 05/2012

The Fragilesque Mag - Issue oo2, 05/2012

The Fragilesque Mag - Issue oo2, 05/2012

The Fragilesque Mag - Issue oo2, 05/2012