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Perforated Perfection: Void Patterns Offer Architectural Sneak Peeks - Architizer

Image 7 of 37 from gallery of Cineteca Nacional Siglo XXI / Rojkind Arquitectos. Photograph by Rojkind Arquitectos.

Kahn designed this massive screen featuring over 250,000 tiny perforated aluminum panels which are mounted on two pivots, allowing them to move freely in the wind. The entire piece is mounted onto the parking garage from behind, so it appears to float three feet from the building, like a facade-in-motion.

Urban Art Projects (UAP) is collaborating with established American artist Ned Kahn, Hassell Architecture (Sydney) and the Brisbane Airport Corporation to create an eight-storey, 5000 sqm kinetic façade for the car park of Brisbane’s Domestic Terminal.

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Olafur Eliasson, One way color tunnel, 2007

Olafur Eliasson, One-way colour tunnel, 2007 (digital rendering of interior view); site-specific sculpture to be made at SFMOMA on the occasion of Take your time: Olafur Eliasson; stainless steel, color-effect acrylic, and acrylic mirrors;


Using a special bioresin combined with hemp fibres, architects Studio Marco Vermeulen collaborated with NPSP Composites, a developer of biobased products, to create a building with a biobased façade.