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    • Chas Beebe

      "Slipstream Installation": Translating a 2D digital line drawing into 3D, this installation at the Bridge Gallery in NYC captures the dynamics of turbulence in a colored gradient of (what looks to be) Foamcore board. While this is an art installation rather that architecture, the interlocking technique could be used effectively in (for instance) a retail store. | Freeland Buck Architecture

    • Still Waters

      Slipstream is an installation that investigates ways of translating 2-dimensional digital drawings into 3-dimensional space. Inspired by Lebbeus Woods’s Slipstreaming drawings of flow, the installation is created for the Bridge Gallery in New York. Consisting of over one thousand CNC plywood pieces, the structure is an undulating, brightly colored wall that meanders through the gallery space.

    • Federica Retta

      FreelandBuck are currently exhibiting their Slipstream installation at the Bridge Gallery in New York.

    • Tani Saguinsin

      Slipstream installation at the Bridge Gallery in New York by FreelandBuck. (Courtesy FreelandBuck)

    • Andrew Kudless

      Slipstream installation by FreelandBuck at the Bridge Gallery in New York, 2012.

    • Carlos Quintanar

      FreelandBuck - Slipstream installation at the Bridge Gallery in New York

    • Roma Kamshiy

      Slipstream, FreelandBuck #art #installation #sculpture

    • Thanasis Bou

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