mader | wiermann applies movements projections to autostadt pavilions
mader | wiermann applies movements projections to autostadt pavilions mader | wiermann applies movements projections to autostadt pavilions
feb 26, 2016

mader | wiermann applies movements projections to autostadt pavilions

mader | wiermann applies movements projections to autostadt pavilions

all images courtesy of mader | wiermann




architecture firm mader | wiermann have applied two massive video projections to the porsche and volkswagen pavilions at autostadt, in wolfsburg, germany. approximately five minutes each, ‘movements’ reacts to the two corresponding architectural structures, taking advantage of given perspectives and establishing altered three-dimensional forms. gradations, hard and soft lines, and abstracted textures are layered over one another, creating a sense of depth and materiality that accentuates the volumes.

layers form


video courtesy of mader | wiermann

mader wiermann movements projections autostadt pavilions
a wrinkled white sheet is pulled from the form

virtual pavilion

moving grid

each pavilion features a five minute video

mader wiermann movements projections autostadt pavilions
color application and texture

tilting layers

illusion of depth

mader wiermann movements projections autostadt pavilions
deformed QR code

ground plan and section, position of the projector



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edited by: nick brink | designboom

  • interesting

    kinda contrived, but interesting

    dbkii says:

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