Windshape at  Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Lacoste, France by nArchitects

Windshape / nArchitects

Windshape at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Lacoste, France by nArchitects

SCULPTURE / FESTIVAL CENTRE temorary installation in public space, Wiener Festwochen Vienna, 2014

SCULPTURE / FESTIVAL CENTRE temorary installation in public space, Wiener Festwochen Vienna, 2014

First-Year Architecture Students Design READER Shelter in Estonia,© Paco Ulman

Gallery of First-Year Architecture Students Design READER Shelter in Estonia - 2

First-Year Architecture Students Design READER Shelter in Estonia,© Paco Ulman

Rattan Sculpture...ok so it's not really wood....

Singapore Biennale 2011: Open House

A group of interior architecture students have built king-size wooden megaphones deep in the woods in Estonia. It is a large scale acoustic installation that amplifies the sounds of the forest.  The installation blends contemporary architectural space and wilderness and is accessible for hikers and nature lovers for free.

A group of interior architecture students have built king-size wooden megaphones deep in the woods in Estonia. It is a large scale acoustic installation that amplifies the sounds of the forest. The installation blends contemporary architectural space and wilderness and is accessible for hikers and nature lovers for free.

Next year at Lund University in Småland, Sweden, 22 students will get their own 10 sq meter micro-houses.

Next year at Lund University in Småland, Sweden, 22 students will get their own 10 sq meter micro-houses.

First-Year Architecture Students Design READER Shelter in Estonia,© Paco Ulman

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First-Year Architecture Students Design READER Shelter in Estonia,© Paco Ulman

A few weeks ago, our fifth period class started a project called “Unit(ed) We Stand,” in which students designed a small-scale cardboard building unit in two dimensions, which could be put together to create a 3-d enclosure. Students learned how to use the laser cutter and Adobe Illustrator to draft and cut hundreds of the units, then prototyped a structure made from them. Then we took it to full scale, cutting hundreds more of the units at a larger size, by hand (no laser cutter this time).

A few weeks ago, our fifth period class started a project called “Unit(ed) We Stand,” in which students designed a small-scale cardboard building unit in two dimensions, which could be put together to create a 3-d enclosure. Students learned how to use the laser cutter and Adobe Illustrator to draft and cut hundreds of the units, then prototyped a structure made from them. Then we took it to full scale, cutting hundreds more of the units at a larger size, by hand (no laser cutter this time).

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