Footage of workers assembling a Boeing 737 airliner ( For South West Airlines USA ), inside and out, time-lapsed down into two minutes, thirty seconds.
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Students from Monash University Art, Design and Architecture have transformed a selection of ten iconic Melbourne buildings into wearable art
Working in collaboration with the architects as well as artist Callum Morton, fashion designer Miriam Borcherdt and architect Cate Hall, the designs dissect the buildings’ language into human scale, exploring the way the tectonics react to human movement.
Vivid Sydney is a unique annual event of light, music and ideas, featuring many of the world’s most important creative industry forums, a mesmerising free public exhibition of outdoor lighting sculptures and installations, a cutting-edge contemporary music program and the spectacular illumination of Sydney’s iconic architecture including the sails of Sydney Opera House.
This year, projected artwork, created by award-winning international artists 59 Productions, presented a journey through time on the sails of the iconic building.
This year, Vivid Live has commissioned multi-disciplinary design collective Universal Everything to create a new projected artwork for the sails of Sydney Opera House ( Vivid Live’s most public event.)
Founded 11 years ago by creative director Matt Pyke in Sheffield, England, the bold colour-friendly group thread their playful sense of discovery, anthropomorphic creation and digitally-crafted landscapes through each project.
Pyke and his globally-based team continue to play with new technologies to invent new forms of design and movement – all conceived from the same back garden shed where Universal Everything began.
Ranging from living legends to young talents who are already having an impact on the market: Architonic’s new Top 200 Designers ranking foregrounds the most popular designers and architects that users of Architonic website have actively searched for over the course of 2015.
Completed between 1956-1958, the cluster-style architecture of Hizuchi Elementary School represents a hybrid of modernism and traditionalism.
Modernist features such as the rational spatial design, use of dual facade windows, and a long glass exterior hallway that connected the entire school, are juxtaposed with the use of a traditional Japanese material: wood, in the construction