L’artisan Electronique by Unfold + Tim Knapen In L’Artisan Electronique, pottery, one of the oldest artisanal techniques for making utilitarian objects, is combined with new digital techniques. The virtual pottery wheel was realsied by means of a 3D-scanner and digital design software. However, the installation still clearly refers to the artisanal process of working in clay. The printing process imitates the traditional technique used by ceramicists, in which the form is built up by stacking coils of clay.
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The Minotti 2014 exhibition stand project revisits the concept of “destructured architecture”
Minotti skillfully creates spaces through the use of dividing walls, that interact among themselves through an interplay of differing heights and overlapping various elements, and a blending of materials and finishes designed to produce a dynamic separation of the various settings in which the new products from the collection are displayed.
Set into the hilly landscape of the São Paulo neighbourhood of Bragança Paulista, the MM House was designed to feel warm and inviting, but also offer pockets of relief from the sweltering temperatures.
The intersection of the two volumes. Studio MK27 erases the line between inside and out in this low-slung house in the Brazilian city, furnished with a vibrant mix of new and mid-century modern pieces.