Projection mapping of Frank Matcham’s 1903 County Arcade shopping centre onto tunnel network carrying River Aire under Leeds Railway station
INTERACTIVE WALK-IN ENVIRONMENT – PAVILLION ACCIONA EXPO 2008
Together with Tamschick Media+Space GmbH m box realised an interactive walk-in environment in the Spanish energy company Acciona’s pavilion at the Expo 2008 / Saragossa / Spain.
The visitor found himself in an artificial world, which he could influence and alter. He senses the immediate reaction and transformation of his artificial surroundings according to his actions. The interactive space is composed by three projections that cover a wall surface of 108 square meters and 10 projections that cover a floor surface of 300 square meters.
An architectural installation in Paris / FR / 2010.
For the Nuit Blanche 2010 festival, 1024 Architecture designed a 20 tons scaffolding structure built on top of the Saint Louis Bridge, downtown Paris.
The show consisted of a 12 minutes looping audio reactive visual set.
More info + photos on 1024architecture.net or our blog 1024d.wordpress.com
An interactive architectural mapping.
Fete des Lumieres / Lyon / France / 2010
A mapping by 1024 Architecture, projected on the facade of former Lyrical theater the “Celestins”.
The building deformations and figures were controlled by the audience, using a microphone and an audio analysis algorythm.
More info on 1024architecture.net or our blog 1024d.wordpress.com
An architectural projection mapping on the Gansevoort hotel Meatpacking in New York City. Date: October 28, 2011
Creative Direction & Production: Connected Productions
Location: Gansevoort Hotel Meatpacking – New York City
Another Time-Lapse video that captures an amazing display of nature.
Lightning Storm Timelapse Video Jupiter Beach Florida – Blog – StormVisuals.com
After reading Crush It! a Gary Vaynerchuk book I have been thinking about changing business models and whether businesses will need to change to fit into this new model. Here is a link to an article discussing whether architecture is still an industry to get into.
Is it too late to get out of Architecture?, by Life of an Architect.