Fäden die durch die Location gespannt werden, die man mit unseren Farben beläuchtet Windshape, Ephemeral pavilions, Lacoste, France by nArchitects :: venue and gathering space

Windshape / nArchitects

Windshape was an ephemeral structure commissioned by the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) as a venue and gathering space near their Provence campus in Lacoste, France. Built by nARCHITECTS and a team of SCAD students over a period of five week

Not sure what this is, or who it is by. But I like it.

Venezuelan artist Gertrud Goldschmidt, aka Gego, did not consider herself a sculptor. Instead, the experimental engineer viewed her delicate geometric wire forms as “drawing without paper.

Gertrude Goldschmidt /Gego/ - Reticulárea, 1969. Venezuelan architect, sculptor, draughtsman and printmaker of German birth.

Wire sculpture by Gego (Gertrude Goldschmidt). As a modern Venezuelan artist and sculptor, Gego considered space having its own form asmany of her wire sculptures occupy the dimensions of the room.

untitled, gertrude goldschmidt, 1970

Some of the shapes seen here, have been taken forward into my final design to create cupboard storage. This can be found up on the mezzanine level and in the soap interior.

Gego (Gertrude Goldschmidt), one of the most important artists of the Venezuelan constructivist movement, was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1912 and moved to Venezuela in 1939.

Spotlight on Gego

Gego (Gertrude Goldschmidt), artist of the Venezuelan constructivist movement, was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1912 and moved to Venezuela in

Gego drawing 1970 - Gertrud Goldsmith

Gego drawing 1970 - Gertrud Goldsmith

Gego . dibujo sin papel, 1979

Available for sale from Henrique Faria Fine Art, Gego, Dibujo sin Papel Metal and wire, 17 × 17 in

Gego, Sin título, 1970, tinta y serigrafía sobre papel, 13 x 19 pulgadas

Gego, Sin título, 1970, tinta y serigrafía sobre papel, 13 x 19 pulgadas

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