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  1. AutoDesSys

    "The Periscope is a Viewfinder"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lindsay Kunz "The Periscope is a Viewfinder" periscope - noun “an optical instrument for viewing objects that are above the level of direct sight or in an otherwise obstructed field of vision...” The periscope is a viewfinder. Scenes are constructed through careful examination of spaces bound by both solid masses and their consequent shadows and reflections. The resulting views are seemingly architectural, defined by structure that is simultaneously real and perceived. The periscope allows views to be established from apparently hidden places. Focus is placed on the interaction of detailed elements and the site that grounds them. The periscope in this sense becomes an instrument for discovering architectural spaces where architecture may not truly exist.
  2. AutoDesSys

    "The Transformer Box"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lauren Segapeli "The Transformer Box" The Transformer box is an idea that fosters the process of design playfulness. This game of ‘Transformer’ promotes the creation of something new and unknown through the alternation of design decisions between two individuals. Each mover inspires the next. Each decision poses a question. Design conversation is established. Through the reassembly of formal elements, based on fictitious means, spacial reality is created. This play between what was and what can be is carried throughout the design process. With each decision comes new rules, inspiration, and reality. A move is made and a space is created. A space that is as permanent as its ability to inspire. The kinetic character of such space is the nature of transformers. With each decision, a question. With each question, a new space. Let’s play.
  3. AutoDesSys

    "The Periscope is a Viewfinder"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lindsay Kunz "The Periscope is a Viewfinder" periscope - noun “an optical instrument for viewing objects that are above the level of direct sight or in an otherwise obstructed field of vision...” The periscope is a viewfinder. Scenes are constructed through careful examination of spaces bound by both solid masses and their consequent shadows and reflections. The resulting views are seemingly architectural, defined by structure that is simultaneously real and perceived. The periscope allows views to be established from apparently hidden places. Focus is placed on the interaction of detailed elements and the site that grounds them. The periscope in this sense becomes an instrument for discovering architectural spaces where architecture may not truly exist.
  4. AutoDesSys

    "The Transformer Box"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lauren Segapeli "The Transformer Box" The Transformer box is an idea that fosters the process of design playfulness. This game of ‘Transformer’ promotes the creation of something new and unknown through the alternation of design decisions between two individuals. Each mover inspires the next. Each decision poses a question. Design conversation is established. Through the reassembly of formal elements, based on fictitious means, spacial reality is created. This play between what was and what can be is carried throughout the design process. With each decision comes new rules, inspiration, and reality. A move is made and a space is created. A space that is as permanent as its ability to inspire. The kinetic character of such space is the nature of transformers. With each decision, a question. With each question, a new space. Let’s play.
  5. AutoDesSys

    "The Periscope is a Viewfinder"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lindsay Kunz "The Periscope is a Viewfinder" periscope - noun “an optical instrument for viewing objects that are above the level of direct sight or in an otherwise obstructed field of vision...” The periscope is a viewfinder. Scenes are constructed through careful examination of spaces bound by both solid masses and their consequent shadows and reflections. The resulting views are seemingly architectural, defined by structure that is simultaneously real and perceived. The periscope allows views to be established from apparently hidden places. Focus is placed on the interaction of detailed elements and the site that grounds them. The periscope in this sense becomes an instrument for discovering architectural spaces where architecture may not truly exist.
  6. AutoDesSys

    "The Transformer Box"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lauren Segapeli "The Transformer Box" The Transformer box is an idea that fosters the process of design playfulness. This game of ‘Transformer’ promotes the creation of something new and unknown through the alternation of design decisions between two individuals. Each mover inspires the next. Each decision poses a question. Design conversation is established. Through the reassembly of formal elements, based on fictitious means, spacial reality is created. This play between what was and what can be is carried throughout the design process. With each decision comes new rules, inspiration, and reality. A move is made and a space is created. A space that is as permanent as its ability to inspire. The kinetic character of such space is the nature of transformers. With each decision, a question. With each question, a new space. Let’s play.
  7. AutoDesSys

    "The Periscope is a Viewfinder"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lindsay Kunz "The Periscope is a Viewfinder" periscope - noun “an optical instrument for viewing objects that are above the level of direct sight or in an otherwise obstructed field of vision...” The periscope is a viewfinder. Scenes are constructed through careful examination of spaces bound by both solid masses and their consequent shadows and reflections. The resulting views are seemingly architectural, defined by structure that is simultaneously real and perceived. The periscope allows views to be established from apparently hidden places. Focus is placed on the interaction of detailed elements and the site that grounds them. The periscope in this sense becomes an instrument for discovering architectural spaces where architecture may not truly exist.
  8. AutoDesSys

    "The Transformer Box"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lauren Segapeli "The Transformer Box" The Transformer box is an idea that fosters the process of design playfulness. This game of ‘Transformer’ promotes the creation of something new and unknown through the alternation of design decisions between two individuals. Each mover inspires the next. Each decision poses a question. Design conversation is established. Through the reassembly of formal elements, based on fictitious means, spacial reality is created. This play between what was and what can be is carried throughout the design process. With each decision comes new rules, inspiration, and reality. A move is made and a space is created. A space that is as permanent as its ability to inspire. The kinetic character of such space is the nature of transformers. With each decision, a question. With each question, a new space. Let’s play.
  9. AutoDesSys

    "The Periscope is a Viewfinder"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lindsay Kunz "The Periscope is a Viewfinder" periscope - noun “an optical instrument for viewing objects that are above the level of direct sight or in an otherwise obstructed field of vision...” The periscope is a viewfinder. Scenes are constructed through careful examination of spaces bound by both solid masses and their consequent shadows and reflections. The resulting views are seemingly architectural, defined by structure that is simultaneously real and perceived. The periscope allows views to be established from apparently hidden places. Focus is placed on the interaction of detailed elements and the site that grounds them. The periscope in this sense becomes an instrument for discovering architectural spaces where architecture may not truly exist.
  10. AutoDesSys

    "The Transformer Box"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lauren Segapeli "The Transformer Box" The Transformer box is an idea that fosters the process of design playfulness. This game of ‘Transformer’ promotes the creation of something new and unknown through the alternation of design decisions between two individuals. Each mover inspires the next. Each decision poses a question. Design conversation is established. Through the reassembly of formal elements, based on fictitious means, spacial reality is created. This play between what was and what can be is carried throughout the design process. With each decision comes new rules, inspiration, and reality. A move is made and a space is created. A space that is as permanent as its ability to inspire. The kinetic character of such space is the nature of transformers. With each decision, a question. With each question, a new space. Let’s play.
  11. AutoDesSys

    "The Periscope is a Viewfinder"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lindsay Kunz "The Periscope is a Viewfinder" periscope - noun “an optical instrument for viewing objects that are above the level of direct sight or in an otherwise obstructed field of vision...” The periscope is a viewfinder. Scenes are constructed through careful examination of spaces bound by both solid masses and their consequent shadows and reflections. The resulting views are seemingly architectural, defined by structure that is simultaneously real and perceived. The periscope allows views to be established from apparently hidden places. Focus is placed on the interaction of detailed elements and the site that grounds them. The periscope in this sense becomes an instrument for discovering architectural spaces where architecture may not truly exist.
  12. AutoDesSys

    "The Transformer Box"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lauren Segapeli "The Transformer Box" The Transformer box is an idea that fosters the process of design playfulness. This game of ‘Transformer’ promotes the creation of something new and unknown through the alternation of design decisions between two individuals. Each mover inspires the next. Each decision poses a question. Design conversation is established. Through the reassembly of formal elements, based on fictitious means, spacial reality is created. This play between what was and what can be is carried throughout the design process. With each decision comes new rules, inspiration, and reality. A move is made and a space is created. A space that is as permanent as its ability to inspire. The kinetic character of such space is the nature of transformers. With each decision, a question. With each question, a new space. Let’s play.
  13. AutoDesSys

    "The Periscope is a Viewfinder"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lindsay Kunz "The Periscope is a Viewfinder" periscope - noun “an optical instrument for viewing objects that are above the level of direct sight or in an otherwise obstructed field of vision...” The periscope is a viewfinder. Scenes are constructed through careful examination of spaces bound by both solid masses and their consequent shadows and reflections. The resulting views are seemingly architectural, defined by structure that is simultaneously real and perceived. The periscope allows views to be established from apparently hidden places. Focus is placed on the interaction of detailed elements and the site that grounds them. The periscope in this sense becomes an instrument for discovering architectural spaces where architecture may not truly exist.
  14. AutoDesSys

    "The Transformer Box"

    From the album: Texas Tech University

    Lauren Segapeli "The Transformer Box" The Transformer box is an idea that fosters the process of design playfulness. This game of ‘Transformer’ promotes the creation of something new and unknown through the alternation of design decisions between two individuals. Each mover inspires the next. Each decision poses a question. Design conversation is established. Through the reassembly of formal elements, based on fictitious means, spacial reality is created. This play between what was and what can be is carried throughout the design process. With each decision comes new rules, inspiration, and reality. A move is made and a space is created. A space that is as permanent as its ability to inspire. The kinetic character of such space is the nature of transformers. With each decision, a question. With each question, a new space. Let’s play.
  15. AutoDesSys

    "1 or 3 Chairs"

    From the album: Tamkang University

    Cheng-Yuan Huang "1 or 3 Chairs" The chair design is inspired by American conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth’s work “One or Three Chairs”. In the beginning of this project, a chair is designed in form•Z (the higher one), and then the projection of the first chair is calculated by the lighting function of form•Z, and the second (real) chair is derived from the shadow of the first chair designed. The third chair is the shadow of the first and second chairs.
  16. AutoDesSys

    "Installation of a Staircase"

    From the album: Tamkang University

    Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Chia Li "Installation of a Staircase" This project is located in a stairway in the Department of Engineering at our school. The University provided the funds and the location. Altogether, we spent more than three months on this project, starting with a proposal and continuing with form•Z modeling, RP (Rapid Prototyping) modeling, processing digitized drawings, and the computer-aided manufacturing process. The primary function of the open space where the project is located is for the students and teachers to rest and discuss their homework. At the same time, we hoped it would be aesthetically pleasing. This project had to fit within a 6.0 meter space, 5.0 meters long and 3.5 meters high. The design consists of three parts: the base, the vertical structure, and the network mesh. All three parts were constructed using curved-shape models generated with NURBS. The design is based on fifteen consecutive sections extending to the ceiling to form a continuous shape. In total it uses 335 wooden boards. The base is composed of two crisscrossed stacks folding over each other from the bottom to the top. Furthermore, three different cross shape tendons were developed in order to assemble a horizontal base layout. The vertical section is aligned with the wall and is derived from many consecutive spherical forms. The resulting columns were generated using Boolean operations. The network mesh is made of stainless steel cables and follows the curvature of the NURBS surface. There is a total of 38 round holes in each of the outer cylindrical structures. This produces a woven wall which ensures that there will be no lateral displacement throughout the structure, all the way to the ceiling.
  17. AutoDesSys

    "1 or 3 Chairs"

    From the album: Tamkang University

    Cheng-Yuan Huang "1 or 3 Chairs" The chair design is inspired by American conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth’s work “One or Three Chairs”. In the beginning of this project, a chair is designed in form•Z (the higher one), and then the projection of the first chair is calculated by the lighting function of form•Z, and the second (real) chair is derived from the shadow of the first chair designed. The third chair is the shadow of the first and second chairs.
  18. AutoDesSys

    "1 or 3 Chairs"

    From the album: Tamkang University

    Cheng-Yuan Huang "1 or 3 Chairs" The chair design is inspired by American conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth’s work “One or Three Chairs”. In the beginning of this project, a chair is designed in form•Z (the higher one), and then the projection of the first chair is calculated by the lighting function of form•Z, and the second (real) chair is derived from the shadow of the first chair designed. The third chair is the shadow of the first and second chairs.
  19. AutoDesSys

    "Installation of a Staircase"

    From the album: Tamkang University

    Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Chia Li "Installation of a Staircase" This project is located in a stairway in the Department of Engineering at our school. The University provided the funds and the location. Altogether, we spent more than three months on this project, starting with a proposal and continuing with form•Z modeling, RP (Rapid Prototyping) modeling, processing digitized drawings, and the computer-aided manufacturing process. The primary function of the open space where the project is located is for the students and teachers to rest and discuss their homework. At the same time, we hoped it would be aesthetically pleasing. This project had to fit within a 6.0 meter space, 5.0 meters long and 3.5 meters high. The design consists of three parts: the base, the vertical structure, and the network mesh. All three parts were constructed using curved-shape models generated with NURBS. The design is based on fifteen consecutive sections extending to the ceiling to form a continuous shape. In total it uses 335 wooden boards. The base is composed of two crisscrossed stacks folding over each other from the bottom to the top. Furthermore, three different cross shape tendons were developed in order to assemble a horizontal base layout. The vertical section is aligned with the wall and is derived from many consecutive spherical forms. The resulting columns were generated using Boolean operations. The network mesh is made of stainless steel cables and follows the curvature of the NURBS surface. There is a total of 38 round holes in each of the outer cylindrical structures. This produces a woven wall which ensures that there will be no lateral displacement throughout the structure, all the way to the ceiling.
  20. AutoDesSys

    "Installation of a Staircase"

    From the album: Tamkang University

    Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Chia Li "Installation of a Staircase" This project is located in a stairway in the Department of Engineering at our school. The University provided the funds and the location. Altogether, we spent more than three months on this project, starting with a proposal and continuing with form•Z modeling, RP (Rapid Prototyping) modeling, processing digitized drawings, and the computer-aided manufacturing process. The primary function of the open space where the project is located is for the students and teachers to rest and discuss their homework. At the same time, we hoped it would be aesthetically pleasing. This project had to fit within a 6.0 meter space, 5.0 meters long and 3.5 meters high. The design consists of three parts: the base, the vertical structure, and the network mesh. All three parts were constructed using curved-shape models generated with NURBS. The design is based on fifteen consecutive sections extending to the ceiling to form a continuous shape. In total it uses 335 wooden boards. The base is composed of two crisscrossed stacks folding over each other from the bottom to the top. Furthermore, three different cross shape tendons were developed in order to assemble a horizontal base layout. The vertical section is aligned with the wall and is derived from many consecutive spherical forms. The resulting columns were generated using Boolean operations. The network mesh is made of stainless steel cables and follows the curvature of the NURBS surface. There is a total of 38 round holes in each of the outer cylindrical structures. This produces a woven wall which ensures that there will be no lateral displacement throughout the structure, all the way to the ceiling.
  21. AutoDesSys

    "Installation of a Staircase"

    From the album: Tamkang University

    Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Chia Li "Installation of a Staircase" This project is located in a stairway in the Department of Engineering at our school. The University provided the funds and the location. Altogether, we spent more than three months on this project, starting with a proposal and continuing with form•Z modeling, RP (Rapid Prototyping) modeling, processing digitized drawings, and the computer-aided manufacturing process. The primary function of the open space where the project is located is for the students and teachers to rest and discuss their homework. At the same time, we hoped it would be aesthetically pleasing. This project had to fit within a 6.0 meter space, 5.0 meters long and 3.5 meters high. The design consists of three parts: the base, the vertical structure, and the network mesh. All three parts were constructed using curved-shape models generated with NURBS. The design is based on fifteen consecutive sections extending to the ceiling to form a continuous shape. In total it uses 335 wooden boards. The base is composed of two crisscrossed stacks folding over each other from the bottom to the top. Furthermore, three different cross shape tendons were developed in order to assemble a horizontal base layout. The vertical section is aligned with the wall and is derived from many consecutive spherical forms. The resulting columns were generated using Boolean operations. The network mesh is made of stainless steel cables and follows the curvature of the NURBS surface. There is a total of 38 round holes in each of the outer cylindrical structures. This produces a woven wall which ensures that there will be no lateral displacement throughout the structure, all the way to the ceiling.
  22. AutoDesSys

    Car

    From the album: Sajous, Vincent

  23. AutoDesSys

    Quick

    From the album: Sajous, Vincent

    A toy and landscape of children.
  24. AutoDesSys

    image 08

    From the album: Sajous, Vincent

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