Vector Wall by Reiser + Umemoto. This Vector Wall piece is a creative laser interpretation of a regular wall that cuts through your apartment to make you feel claustrophobic. A simple laser cutter perforates a flexible material and one gets these beautiful results.
This is called the Vector Wall by Reiser and Umemoto. This wall was cut by a laser cutting in multidimensional way. It is amazing how a flexible use of cutter can get a different feeling of a wall.
"Tape Melbourne is a 16 meter, parasitic installation that engages visitors from both the interior and exterior of the installation through its translucent, sinewy skeleton. The installation was specially commissioned by Melbourne’s main civic centre and cultural district Federation Square as a part of their Creative Program focussing on experimental large-scale public art and its social and communal relevance. By Numen/For Use."
Alsop Architects + Urbanfish Architects - museum of modern art - salzburg, austria - 1998
Architectural Renderings of Life Drawn with Pencil and Pen by Rafael Araujo
Repinned from Alexa Iverson. I agree with Alexa. I think there is great value in images like this. This could be seen as a solution to the photo-realism discussion we had in class and could still show a client or the general public a characteristic understanding of the building.