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newbuilding #wynwoodmiami #luispons #byluisponsdesignlab The facade is covered with small white flags to create whimsical and kinetic graffiti. With the wind flags moving on the surface, creating wonderful designs, while the natural light reflecting magical effects.

newbuilding #wynwoodmiami #luispons #byluisponsdesignlab The facade is covered with small white flags to create whimsical and kinetic graffiti. With the wind flags moving on the surface, creating wonderful designs, while the natural light reflecting magical effects.

The ‘White extension’ is a temporary auditorium added to the volume of an existing hostel in San Cataldo, Italy. Build for facilitating the summer edition of the IAHsummer15.

The ‘White extension’ is a temporary auditorium added to the volume of an existing hostel in San Cataldo, Italy. Build for facilitating the summer edition of the IAHsummer15.

tent facade | Architekten in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The main feature is the facade ...

tent facade | Architekten in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The main feature is the facade ...

Design Workshop: Kinetic Architecture http://www.houzz.com/

Design Workshop: Kinetic Architecture http://www.houzz.com/

Mur des Vents, réalisé par Pierre Comte (artiste plasticien français, né en 1927) et installé en 1974, rue Dussoubs.  Mouvement apparu dans les années 50, l'art cinétique désigne les œuvres mises en mouvement par le vent, les spectateurs et/ou un mécanisme motorisé

Mur des Vents, réalisé par Pierre Comte (artiste plasticien français, né en 1927) et installé en 1974, rue Dussoubs. Mouvement apparu dans les années 50, l'art cinétique désigne les œuvres mises en mouvement par le vent, les spectateurs et/ou un mécanisme motorisé

Canadian artists Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett have created sea/see/saw, a temporary kinetic sculpture made from 14,000 used eyeglass lenses, that was commission for the 10th Anniversary of the Pera Museum in Istanbul, Turkey.

Canadian artists Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett have created sea/see/saw, a temporary kinetic sculpture made from 14,000 used eyeglass lenses, that was commission for the 10th Anniversary of the Pera Museum in Istanbul, Turkey.

Brisbane Airport Kinetic Parking Garage Façade by Ned Kahn and UAP - News - Frameweb

Brisbane Airport Kinetic Parking Garage Façade by Ned Kahn and UAP

Brisbane Airport Kinetic Parking Garage Façade by Ned Kahn and UAP - News - Frameweb

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