Saturday, November 16

Final Idea for Landmark




In response to our critique, we suspended the panels in a more energetic, dynamic and unpredictable way through varying the shapes of the floating rectangular forms. We were inspired by the aesthetic of a tent, which connotes adventure, and also liked the way a tent marks a specific location of livable space in the wild. The panel shapes will now vary in shape and size and will be suspended by wire in varying directions. These dynamic shapes will take over the walkway, providing a more adventurous experience as the viewer must walk round, under, or between them. Similar to our previous ideas, the tent like structure conveys energy, dynamic movement, and adventure; we’ve just enhanced the experience.  

A T T R I B U T E S
Energy, dynamic movement, adventure, and journey   

M A T E R I A L S
White thick fabric possibly with some texture, suspended by wire in various directions.

N I G H T / D A Y

By using a white fabric, the sunlight will naturally shine through and cast interesting shadows during the day. At night, high beam multicolored lights being lit from below will project color onto the panels and also cast interesting shadows, giving the same effect as during the day but adding a surprising element of color.

<collaboration with Mary Lim and Drew Leider>

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