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  • Colin Whaley

    Brisbane Domestic Terminal Car Park, 2011, Brisbane, Australia Artist Ned Kahn teamed up with Urban Art Projects (UAP) and designed a kinetic, wind-powered façade for a short-term car park at the Brisbane Airport. No less than 250,000 aluminium plates were installed over a substructure, providing a kinetic shading system for the interior. The 53,000-square-foot surface moves with passing wind and creates ever-changing patterns that resemble the rippling of a disturbed water surface.

  • Giulia Bencini

    MATERIALS II Brisbane Airport's Parking Garage Ned Kahn & Urban Art Projects Brisbane 2012

  • Scott Miller

    Ned Kahn with Urban Art Projects - 'Turbulent Line' kinetic facade.

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