The Architect Journal have published a digital edition celebrating 30 years of architecture at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and it features the majority of the 2012 entries. My [RE]Constructed Ground #01 is published with a picture and short description, which be found here (subscription required) on page 44. I also like the nice simple diagram of all the entries and their titles.
1:22 pm • 7 August 2012
Video by Graypants creators of the Scraplights below.
Whether Graypants see themselves as a design studio or creative think tank they importantly remind us to experiment & explore. *Most importantly make and get your ideas out there!*
2:28 pm • 27 July 2012 • 1 note
Scraplights by Graypants
Great light shades made from recycled/scrap cardboard, cut on a laser and assembled by hand. Beautiful appearance and lighting affect both in its whole and close up detail. Following my post on Play of Brilliants, it is another nice example of using a commonplace cheap/standard materialin a new & innovative way. Why is it always lamp/light related?!?!
2:14 pm • 27 July 2012
Traces of an Anonymous Object
rust on cotton
7:12 pm • 19 July 2012
Traces of an Anonymous Object [detail]
rust on cotton
7:10 pm • 19 July 2012
Excavations & Permanences
laser cut drawing
7:03 pm • 19 July 2012 • 7 notes
The Blank Page
Recently found this on the seat of the #19 bus to Finsbury Park.
By Damian Griffiths, Royal College of Art graduate 2012.
2:08 pm • 19 July 2012 • 3 notes
Play of Brilliants
My friend Alistair Blake has created these beautiful lamps from standard copper plumbing elements. Great to see commonplace modular manufactured components used in new & innovative ways. Aesthetically the copper is untreated and will develop a unique patina with age & use.
2:01 pm • 19 July 2012 • 8 notes
Constructing a Model #03
RIBA Open 2012 Submission
9:59 pm • 18 July 2012 • 3 notes
“it is not about doing extraordinary things, it is about doing ordinary things extraordinarily well”
— Glenn Murcutt
12:33 pm • 11 July 2012 • 2 notes