ou studio: 'blueprint' at DMY berlin design festival 09 ou studio: 'blueprint' at DMY berlin design festival 09
jun 15, 2009

ou studio: 'blueprint' at DMY berlin design festival 09

‘blueprint’ by ou studio image © designboom

‘blueprint’ was an installation by taiwanese ou studio as part of the allstars exhibition during DMY berlin design festival 09.

based on ‘blueprint’ technical drawings the installation consisted of a painted blue wall with perspective elements of furniture from an old house, in taiwan. items including the ‘one piece’ bench were constructed using bamboo paper, strong enough for visitors to sit on. each item was measured and made to scale.

furniture and objects grow out of the facade image © designboom

liu kwo chang constructing ‘blueprint’ image © designboom

‘blueprint’ chair image © designboom

‘one piece’ benches made from a single sheet of bamboo paper image © designboom

‘one piece’ benches made from a single sheet of bamboo paper image © designboom

‘blueprint’ image © designboom

items are created to scale image © designboom

‘blueprint’ image © designboom

‘blueprint’ bicycle image © designboom

leaves also calculated and drawn to scale image © designboom

‘blueprint’ image © designboom

items made to scale from single sheets of paper image © designboom

items made to scale from single sheets of paper image © designboom

liu kwo chang completing the installation image © designboom

‘blueprint’ image © designboom

a tree which grows out of ‘blueprint’ image © designboom

ou studio: liu kwo chang, wu ya lin, pei huan tsai, hsiau- tsa chen image © designboom

  • 10

    Brian says:
  • wow this is very very inspiring. 🙂
    thanks for sharing!

    Maryamhome says:
  • Amazing!!!!!

    RQ says:
  • yes,… lets make all the ugly facades in ugly cities, in way like that and nothing will be same as it use to be…for example, in small and big cities in serbia…

    nensi,novi sad,serbia says:
  • muy guapo

    val says:

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