The Architecture of UsOctober 10, 2019 | Reuben Jacob
Humankind has always looked to mould their surroundings to their liking, the beginnings had us inhabit and shape the natural spaces most accessible, from caves and niches in rocky outcrop to dense forests with sheltered canopies. We have come a … Read More
Architectural Augmentation In Live PerformanceOctober 18, 2018 | Oliver Townsend
An investigationÂ into the architectural presence, containment and embodiment of live performance.
“I think that the moment the separation between any of the elements ceases, the moment there’s no longer actor, author, subject, spectator; the moment all those fuse together into … Read More
Place not SceneMarch 23, 2018 | Oliver Townsend
Atmosphere, collective experience and mystery are words that I would use to describe my idealistic scenario for enjoying live music. Although such events exists and of course other factors are important, I cant help but feel disappointed when I go … Read More
The search of the magical and poetical fascination between performers and audiencesMarch 23, 2018 | Michael Wagner
The last few weeks have been dedicated to the research of holographic projection techniques. Starting of with the use of a special holographic gauze called Holo-Gauze by Holotronica Ltd to projections onto haze and steam.
Being fascinated and very interested … Read More
The architecture of the ear and the design of soundscapes.February 15, 2016 | Haavard Tveito
Title Image: Alvin Lucier – I am sitting in a room.
This literature review will be looking at Murray R. Schafer`s concept of soundscapes in relation to softness in architecture. I will, in relation to the text “Sound and … Read More
The Geodesic Sphere as an Exoskeleton of LifeMay 4, 2015 | Danilo Sampaio
‘The Geodesic Sphere as an Exoskeleton of Life’ is a hybrid of academic research and physical fabrication, embedded by technologies that promote controlled-dynamic behaviours in both micro and macro scales structures. The idea of Earth as the entire overarching vessel … Read More