Twenty years after Steven Holl and Vito Acconci's porous façade first dissolved the boundary between street and gallery, Storefront for Art and Architecture has once again commissioned artists and architects to rethink their space.
jana winderen + marc fornes infill NY storefront with sensory object
jana winderen and marc fornes / theverymany have infilled new york's storefront for art and architecture with an immersive sound and light object.
Storefront for Art and Architecture - NYC | Inexhibit
Storefront for Art and Architecture is a gallery in New York, designed by Steven Holl and Vito Acconci, aimed to promote art, architecture, and design
Situation Room par Marc Fornes et Jana Winderen - Journal du Design
L’artiste Jana Winderen et l’architecte Marc Fornes se sont associés pour créer cette installation nommée Situation Room. Présentée pour l’événement new-yorkais « Storefront for Art and Architecture » cette structure qui résulte de l’assemblage de vingt sphères de diamètres différents offre une expérience sensorielle
source organization network: game of space
using 'game of life' cellular automaton, this installation represents the emergence of self-organizing systems. the discrete model tests the theory across various scales consisting of a simple grid of cells.
Lessons: #11 Face Your Fears
I used to blame fire escape stairs like this for years of “I’m falling” dreams, as well as my former fear of heights. Multiple times every year at Sixth Street School in Hudson, New York, we elementary students were subjected to racing down the see-through stairs for fire drills. The fire escape and the stairs+ Read More
Clearing out the comfy corner | STYLEPARK
Architect Ferdinand Kramer not only made his name with modern, unadorned buildings and urban planning, but also, throughout his life, designed furniture whose formal vocabulary was clear and functional. At the Salone des Mobile in Milan e15 is showing a re-edition of Kramer's furniture, featuring eight of his designs.
Spiral Fire Escape
August 20, 2007 - 42°20'55.17"N 71° 5'1.68"W Near the Prudential Center in Boston is this wonderful spiral fire escape. The owners decided to feature it with bright red paint in contrast to the muted tones of the rest of the building.