1week1project adds movement to buildings with architecture animee
 
1week1project adds movement to buildings with architecture animee 1week1project adds movement to buildings with architecture animee
jul 22, 2014

1week1project adds movement to buildings with architecture animee

1week1project adds movement to buildings with architecture animee
‘memory museum’ by estudio america
original photo © nicolas saieh
all images courtesy of 1week1project

 

 

 

while going through the design process, architects must make a series of deliberate decisions, altering small intricacies that affect the overall perception of their creations. from from start to finish, factors such as orientation, scale, and materiality can be slightly manipulated along the way. as each of these operations are performed, the building begins to take shape in the mind of the designer. motion in architecture is mainly associated to the fourth dimension: time. this can be seen within the ways spaces are experienced, how façades can wear over time, and the aesthetic of the design in relation to its changing context. for ‘architecture animee,’ axel de stampa of 1week1project uses the GIF format to develop a different approach contrary to the common consensus.

1week1project architecture animee movement buildings
‘mirador building’ by MVRDV and blanca lleo
original photo © luis garcia

 

 

 

as a result, the project provides a commentary that explores the endless world of possibilities that can occur during the formation of structures as they begin to come to life. the passage of each frame adds to the final compositions as they are no longer stagnant or merely suggestive of movement. instead, through methods such stacking volumes upon one another as seen in MDRDV’s ‘mirador building,’ folding triangulated surfaces for UNstudio’s ‘theatre agora,’ and rotating floorplates of MAD architects’ ‘absolute towers,’ the provocative notions they emanate are fully realized.

1week1project architecture animee movement buildings
‘theatre agora’ by UNstudio
original photo © christian richters

1week1project architecture animee movement buildings
‘vitrahaus’ by herzog & de meuron
original photo © iwan baan

1week1project architecture animee movement buildings
‘new museum’ by SANAA
original photo © james ewing

1week1project architecture animee movement buildings
’emerson college, los angeles’ by morphosis
original photo © iwan baan

1week1project architecture animee movement buildings
‘zollverein school’ by SANAA

1week1project architecture animee movement buildings
‘america’s cup building’ by david chipperfield

1week1project architecture animee movement buildings
‘absolute towers’ by MAD architects
original photo © tom arban

 

 

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