An Interactive, Temporary Building Façade by Mahsa Vanaki

An Interactive, Temporary Building Façade by Mahsa Vanaki forwardView The Photograph Gallery

Customized, this short-term translucent pores and skin was created as a transportable façade for Berkeley-based mostly, modern lighting studio Looma throughout an open studio occasion. Mahsa Vanaki labored with Looma designer Romy Randev to realize the glowing, geometric floor that hooked up to the prevailing constructing and was simply eliminated and saved after the occasion.

Constructing guidelines prevented Looma from completely altering their exterior look so a short lived answer was so as. Paired with the façade was an interactive LED mild present that modified colours.

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Vanaki used parametric design and digital fabrication instruments, like Grasshopper, Lunchbox, and Weaverbird for Rhino, over the course of 4 days, which included set up. Little question this distinctive floor will draw guests into the area.

An Interactive, Temporary Building Façade by Mahsa Vanaki in main art architecture Category

An Interactive, Temporary Building Façade by Mahsa Vanaki in main art architecture Category

An Interactive, Temporary Building Façade by Mahsa Vanaki in main art architecture Category

An Interactive, Temporary Building Façade by Mahsa Vanaki in main art architecture Category

An Interactive, Temporary Building Façade by Mahsa Vanaki in main art architecture Category

An Interactive, Temporary Building Façade by Mahsa Vanaki in main art architecture Category

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