HACKING THE URBAN EXPERIENCEWEEK 04
- FINAL DISCUSSION- OVERVIEW OF INFLATABLES                            2
- FINAL DISCUSSION- OVERVIEW OF INFLATABLES                            3
HOT AIR BALLOONS IN LATE 18TH CENTURY FRANCE   490 year cycles, 1870’s, then 1960’s.
USMAN HAQUE, BURBLE                                   5Modular pieces assembled and designed by the public
USMAN HAQUE, BURBLE                          6Made of approximately 140 six foot modules
USMAN HAQUE, BURBLE                                                                               7Each baloon contains a ...
SOAP BUBBLES   8
MATRIX OF POTENTIAL SHAPES   9
RAUMLABOR, BERLIN   10
SPACE BUSTER   11
SPACE BUSTER   12
ANT FARM, TRUCKIN’ UNIVERSITY                                             13Trucks provide mobile, nomadic power, the net ...
ANT FARM, MEDIA VAN   14
ANT FARM, DREAM CLOUD                                                                                  15Highly photogenic...
DALLEGRET, ENVIRONMENTAL BUBBLE                                                           16Banham’s un-house, pneumatic b...
ANT FARM, SPARE TIRE   17
ANT FARM, CLEAN AIR POD   18
ANT FARM, TURBO POD   19
JOSE MIGUEL DE PRADA POOLE, INSTANT CITY                               20Expandable, modular pneumatic village. Based on a...
JOSE MIGUEL DE PRADA POOLE, INSTANT CITY                               21Expandable, modular pneumatic village. Based on a...
INFLATABLE KINDERGARTEN   22
DAVIS, BRODY, CHERMAYEFF, USA PAVILLION FOR EXPO ‘70, OSAKA   23
DAVIS, BRODY, CHERMAYEFF, USA PAVILLION FOR EXPO ‘70, OSAKA   24
EVENTSTRUCTURE RESEARCH GROUP, CLOUD                                                                                      ...
RALPH BORLAND, SUITED FOR SUBVERSION   26
GERALDINE HUSSON, HYBRID OBJECTS   27
AEOLIAN RIDE, BROOKLYN RIDE   28Wind inflated suits.
POLYETHYLENE                                             29Drop cloth plastic, also available at mattress stores.
RIPSTOP NYLON                     30Used in kites, parachutes, etc.
TAPE   31
ANT FARM, INFLATOCOOKBOOK   32
- REVIEW ASSIGNMENT 02- OVERVIEW OF INFLATABLES- 4 PRECEDENTS                            33
ParaSITE, Michael Rakowitz                                        34Question: How to provide temporary shelter for homeles...
Scaffolding Capsule, Santiago Cirugeda                             35Question: Can loopholes in zoning/permits provide opp...
Bucky Bar, Studio for Unsolicited Architecture                                          36Question: What materials lend th...
Assemble, Folly for a Flyover                                                  37Question: How to take advantage, give new...
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  1. 1. HACKING THE URBAN EXPERIENCEWEEK 04
  2. 2. - FINAL DISCUSSION- OVERVIEW OF INFLATABLES 2
  3. 3. - FINAL DISCUSSION- OVERVIEW OF INFLATABLES 3
  4. 4. HOT AIR BALLOONS IN LATE 18TH CENTURY FRANCE 490 year cycles, 1870’s, then 1960’s.
  5. 5. USMAN HAQUE, BURBLE 5Modular pieces assembled and designed by the public
  6. 6. USMAN HAQUE, BURBLE 6Made of approximately 140 six foot modules
  7. 7. USMAN HAQUE, BURBLE 7Each baloon contains a sensor and microcontroller and led. Part installation, part performance.
  8. 8. SOAP BUBBLES 8
  9. 9. MATRIX OF POTENTIAL SHAPES 9
  10. 10. RAUMLABOR, BERLIN 10
  11. 11. SPACE BUSTER 11
  12. 12. SPACE BUSTER 12
  13. 13. ANT FARM, TRUCKIN’ UNIVERSITY 13Trucks provide mobile, nomadic power, the net provides wind protection.
  14. 14. ANT FARM, MEDIA VAN 14
  15. 15. ANT FARM, DREAM CLOUD 15Highly photogenic, kinetic architecture that was a screen for image projections and minimal shelter.
  16. 16. DALLEGRET, ENVIRONMENTAL BUBBLE 16Banham’s un-house, pneumatic bubble allows the user to live the life of a modern nomad.
  17. 17. ANT FARM, SPARE TIRE 17
  18. 18. ANT FARM, CLEAN AIR POD 18
  19. 19. ANT FARM, TURBO POD 19
  20. 20. JOSE MIGUEL DE PRADA POOLE, INSTANT CITY 20Expandable, modular pneumatic village. Based on a “grammar of form.”
  21. 21. JOSE MIGUEL DE PRADA POOLE, INSTANT CITY 21Expandable, modular pneumatic village. Based on a “grammar of form.”
  22. 22. INFLATABLE KINDERGARTEN 22
  23. 23. DAVIS, BRODY, CHERMAYEFF, USA PAVILLION FOR EXPO ‘70, OSAKA 23
  24. 24. DAVIS, BRODY, CHERMAYEFF, USA PAVILLION FOR EXPO ‘70, OSAKA 24
  25. 25. EVENTSTRUCTURE RESEARCH GROUP, CLOUD 25A closed membrane with additional point support. Includes a large number of wrinkles, due to no predetermined cutting pattern.
  26. 26. RALPH BORLAND, SUITED FOR SUBVERSION 26
  27. 27. GERALDINE HUSSON, HYBRID OBJECTS 27
  28. 28. AEOLIAN RIDE, BROOKLYN RIDE 28Wind inflated suits.
  29. 29. POLYETHYLENE 29Drop cloth plastic, also available at mattress stores.
  30. 30. RIPSTOP NYLON 30Used in kites, parachutes, etc.
  31. 31. TAPE 31
  32. 32. ANT FARM, INFLATOCOOKBOOK 32
  33. 33. - REVIEW ASSIGNMENT 02- OVERVIEW OF INFLATABLES- 4 PRECEDENTS 33
  34. 34. ParaSITE, Michael Rakowitz 34Question: How to provide temporary shelter for homeless people?
  35. 35. Scaffolding Capsule, Santiago Cirugeda 35Question: Can loopholes in zoning/permits provide opportunities?
  36. 36. Bucky Bar, Studio for Unsolicited Architecture 36Question: What materials lend themselves to a distributed, adaptable mobile pavilion?
  37. 37. Assemble, Folly for a Flyover 37Question: How to take advantage, give new life to underutilized urban space?

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