nevver:

Julien Pacaud

(via taylorgrindley)

futureproofdesigns:

Microcosmic City
Alexander Flint & Gareth Bansor
2007

futureproofdesigns:

Microcosmic City

Alexander Flint & Gareth Bansor

2007

(Source: andgatherer, via taylorgrindley)

(Source: vbychkov, via parametricworld)

toanotherthingbutterfly:

air house project, cardiff    [archigram]

toanotherthingbutterfly:

air house project, cardiff    [archigram]

(via formandwonder)

beyonceder:

Esther: Basically the original Beyonce

beyonceder:

Esther: Basically the original Beyonce

urbpaint:

aquarelle : Emmanuel Mergault 2014

urbpaint:

aquarelle : Emmanuel Mergault 2014

(Source: emmanuelpaint.blogspot.com, via superarchitects)

couture-day:

Fall/Winter 2013-14 Sita Murt

archidose:

David Esknazi
Seam

archidose:

David Esknazi

Seam

(via justanothercabinetofcuriosities)

alphonsopeluso:

The scale model of the pavilion is standing. Consider backing my architecture studio’s kickstarter project so we can build it full scale. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fiberwavepavilion/fiberwave-pavilion

(via conceptmodel)

collageoftheweek:

Friends for Life. © Peter Campbell 2012

collageoftheweek:

Friends for Life. © Peter Campbell 2012

eezee:

these girls are badass

NEED

eezee:

these girls are badass

NEED

(Source: byjemima)

(Source: 80sanime, via skipping2hell)

fyprocessing:

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Marius Watz

CircGrid03A 0010 (by Marius Watz)  Grid Distortions

Highly recommend visiting the flickr stream for more !  Interesting translations from drawing to sculptural objects….matt-niebuhr

Marius Watz is an artist working with visual abstrac­tion through gen­er­a­tive sys­tems. After aban­doning his studies in Computer Science, he pur­sued graphic design and media art in par­allel, becoming known for his hard-edged geo­metric com­po­si­tions and bold use of colors. After win­ning mul­tiple awards for his design work, he was fea­tured in I.D. Magazine’s “40 under 30” list in 2000.
In 2002 Watz quit design to focus on his art­work, exploring soft­ware processes as an aes­thetic medium. He has since exhib­ited at venues like Todaysart (The Hague), Künstlerhaus (Vienna), Melkweg (Amsterdam), ITAU Cultural (São Paulo) and Club Transmediale (Berlin). He con­tinues to explore the bound­aries of code as method, pro­ducing work that ranges from real­time soft­ware works to phys­ical output using dig­ital fab­ri­ca­tion technology.
In 2005 Watz founded Generator.x, a cura­to­rial plat­form that has resulted in a series of events related to gen­er­a­tive art and design, including a con­fer­ence, a trav­el­ling exhi­bi­tion and an audio­vi­sual con­cert tour. The most recent incar­na­tion, Generator.x 2.0, focused on dig­ital fab­ri­ca­tion and com­pu­ta­tional archi­tec­tural processes and was a part of the Club Transmediale 2008 festival.
Watz is a lec­turer at the Oslo School of Architecture and at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Department of design. He presents work­shops and lec­tures on com­pu­ta­tional aes­thetics, live cinema and dig­ital fab­ri­ca­tion. He also does audio­vi­sual per­for­mances with musi­cian Alexander Rishaug.
Marius Watz is rep­re­sented by [DAM]Berlin. He is cur­rently based in Oslo and New York.

http://mariuswatz.com/
www.unlekker.net

http://www.shapeshifters.be/shapeshifters-2010

Thanks to http://nearlya.tumblr.com/

Marius was briefly on Tumblr. I wish he was still around in these parts.

(Source: becojo)