RADDblog

Lantern: AWP + atelier oslo

Posted in Architecture, Lighting, Social, Texture by RADDblog on February 12, 2011


French-norwrgian team AWPatelier oslo have completed ‘lantern’, a design that won them
first place in an international competition held by the city of Sandnes, Norway.

The community, which is the second fastest developing city in norway, lacked a defined identity
and welcoming public domain. In an area affected by a divided urban layout, the proposal aims
to create a space that would engage and integrate civilians into the less welcoming city center.

‘Lantern’, which sits in a narrow, pedestrian only square, was designed to accommodate a range of
potential activities including a market and a concert venue. Imagined as a place that would stimulate
creativity through creativity, the tree-like pavilion becomes a sculptural object and a destination in
the middle of the binary city.

PP Tube #2 Chair / Tom Price

Posted in Furniture, ReMix, Sculpture, Texture by RADDblog on February 12, 2011

The PP Tube #2 Chair from Tom Price

Nils Völker / One Hundred and Eight

Posted in Installation, Motion, Performance, Sculpture, Texture by RADDblog on November 30, 2010

One Hundred and Eight is an interactive installation made by  Nils Völker. It’s made out of ordinary garbage bags which can be selectively inflated and deflated by two cooling fans.

Although each plastic bag is mounted stationary the sequences of inflation and deflation create the impression of lively and moving creatures which waft slowly around like a shoal. But as soon a viewer comes close it instantly reacts by drawing back and tentatively following the movements of the observer. As long as he remains in a certain area in front of the installation it dynamically reacts to the viewers motion. As soon it does no longer detect someone close it reorganizes itself after a while and gently restarts wobbling around.

Paper Works / Katsumi Hayakawa

Posted in Illustration, Installation, Landscape, ReMix, Sculpture, Texture by RADDblog on November 30, 2010

These are simply amazing.

Deborah Oropallo / Digital Collages

Posted in Ceremony, Illustration, Texture by RADDblog on November 27, 2010

Abandoned Spaces / Georges Rousse

Posted in Abandonment, Architecture, Installation, Interiors, Photography, ReMix, Reoccupation, Texture by RADDblog on October 16, 2010

Georges Rousse is a French photographer who makes photos of desolate or abandoned spaces. But before he does that, he paints some precise geometrical shapes which are some kind of optical illusions.

Not Available / Paul Mutant

Posted in Apocalypse, Installation, Social, Technology by RADDblog on September 21, 2010

This painting called “Not Available” by Paul Mutant is for everyone who has ever experienced the YouTube geo-blocking crap.

Making Future Magic / iPad Light Drawing

Posted in Installation, Lighting, Motion, Performance, Technology, Total RADDness by RADDblog on September 20, 2010

This is pretty phenomenal. Dentsu London, a creative communications agency, collaborated with BERG to visualize their “Making Future Magic” strategy in a movie. They decided to make a stop motion animation with light drawings made with an iPad. The result is amazing.

Imme van der Haak

Posted in Installation, Performance, Sculpture, Texture by RADDblog on September 20, 2010

Strange and amazing jewellery designed by Imme van der Haak.

The Narrow House

Posted in Architecture, Interiors, Lighting, Sculpture by RADDblog on June 21, 2010

The Narrow House designed by Bassam El-Okeily in Bilzen, Belgium.

-

via today and tomorrow

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 62 other followers