Monthly Archives: May 2012
I took a 3/4″ piece of MDF and kerfed it in 1/4″ increments. I then placed it in a laser cutter with the non-kerfed side facing up and ran several etching operations.
1) Interactive Architecture, Princeton Architectural Press, New York 2009, Michael Fox & Miles Kemp, “Sociological and Psychological Implications,” pp136-172 My project’s intent shares a lot with this chapter and I loved the interactive aspects of the architecture and technology represented … Continue reading → Continue reading
Doing the final report below allowed me to reflect on the process and to record it. Seeing all the images in a progression was a good lesson in process…keep moving ahead, keep moving, one thing leads to another, to another, … Continue reading → Continue reading
My final project focused on the manipulation of caustic images. Much of my early experimentation was focused on the use of color and light, so I was always interested in reintroducing color into this project. My first experiments were with … Continue reading → Continue reading
Hauer, Erwin. Continua: Architectural Screen Walls. New York: Princeton Architectural, 2004. Print. Continua contains selected works of Erwin Hauer’s architectural screens and walls. His work, especially Design 6 has inspired me in the design of my screens as I tried to achieve some of the effects that Hauer received within his screens. Within my final […] Continue reading
In my final luminaire I took inspiration from my previous prototypes and used Yupo as my final material choice. I took the idea of the tapered pieces I have originally been using in my prototypes and instead of folding them I created slots where pieces could interlock with one another. I was happy with this connection […] Continue reading