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  • 1. HACKING THE URBAN EXPERIENCEWEEK 04
  • 2. - FINAL DISCUSSION- OVERVIEW OF INFLATABLES 2
  • 3. - FINAL DISCUSSION- OVERVIEW OF INFLATABLES 3
  • 4. HOT AIR BALLOONS IN LATE 18TH CENTURY FRANCE 490 year cycles, 1870’s, then 1960’s.
  • 5. USMAN HAQUE, BURBLE 5Modular pieces assembled and designed by the public
  • 6. USMAN HAQUE, BURBLE 6Made of approximately 140 six foot modules
  • 7. USMAN HAQUE, BURBLE 7Each baloon contains a sensor and microcontroller and led. Part installation, part performance.
  • 8. SOAP BUBBLES 8
  • 9. MATRIX OF POTENTIAL SHAPES 9
  • 10. RAUMLABOR, BERLIN 10
  • 11. SPACE BUSTER 11
  • 12. SPACE BUSTER 12
  • 13. ANT FARM, TRUCKIN’ UNIVERSITY 13Trucks provide mobile, nomadic power, the net provides wind protection.
  • 14. ANT FARM, MEDIA VAN 14
  • 15. ANT FARM, DREAM CLOUD 15Highly photogenic, kinetic architecture that was a screen for image projections and minimal shelter.
  • 16. DALLEGRET, ENVIRONMENTAL BUBBLE 16Banham’s un-house, pneumatic bubble allows the user to live the life of a modern nomad.
  • 17. ANT FARM, SPARE TIRE 17
  • 18. ANT FARM, CLEAN AIR POD 18
  • 19. ANT FARM, TURBO POD 19
  • 20. JOSE MIGUEL DE PRADA POOLE, INSTANT CITY 20Expandable, modular pneumatic village. Based on a “grammar of form.”
  • 21. JOSE MIGUEL DE PRADA POOLE, INSTANT CITY 21Expandable, modular pneumatic village. Based on a “grammar of form.”
  • 22. INFLATABLE KINDERGARTEN 22
  • 23. DAVIS, BRODY, CHERMAYEFF, USA PAVILLION FOR EXPO ‘70, OSAKA 23
  • 24. DAVIS, BRODY, CHERMAYEFF, USA PAVILLION FOR EXPO ‘70, OSAKA 24
  • 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. RALPH BORLAND, SUITED FOR SUBVERSION 26
  • 27. GERALDINE HUSSON, HYBRID OBJECTS 27
  • 28. AEOLIAN RIDE, BROOKLYN RIDE 28Wind inflated suits.
  • 29. POLYETHYLENE 29Drop cloth plastic, also available at mattress stores.
  • 30. RIPSTOP NYLON 30Used in kites, parachutes, etc.
  • 31. TAPE 31
  • 32. ANT FARM, INFLATOCOOKBOOK 32
  • 33. - REVIEW ASSIGNMENT 02- OVERVIEW OF INFLATABLES- 4 PRECEDENTS 33
  • 34. ParaSITE, Michael Rakowitz 34Question: How to provide temporary shelter for homeless people?
  • 35. Scaffolding Capsule, Santiago Cirugeda 35Question: Can loopholes in zoning/permits provide opportunities?
  • 36. Bucky Bar, Studio for Unsolicited Architecture 36Question: What materials lend themselves to a distributed, adaptable mobile pavilion?
  • 37. Assemble, Folly for a Flyover 37Question: How to take advantage, give new life to underutilized urban space?

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