Friday, October 3, 2008

Aranda & Lasch

{Photo Darrel Ronald / } The Architects Studio Aranda & Lasch worked with Artist Matthew Ritchie and Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, for creating The Morning Line installation for the last Biennale in Venice. This so called “anti-pavilion,” is an opening of space, a conversion of place into language. These young architects get inspired by mathematical patterns and molecular structures. Aranda & Lasch Quasi series is a result of long research they have been doing into quasicrystal geometries.
{Aranda & Lasch Quasi Cabinet} To me the results are really combined pieces of art and design. This could be the future of design.

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