Jesse Ewart. Architecture Student. Wellington, NZ

http://cargocollective.com/JesseEwart
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Jesse EwartSectionHidden ProjectionVUW Arch. 2014

Jesse Ewart

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Hidden Projection

VUW Arch. 2014

Jesse Ewart
A Cabin of Curiosity
VUW Arch. 2014

Jesse Ewart

A Cabin of Curiosity

VUW Arch. 2014



Jesse Ewart

Hidden Projection
VUW Arch. 2014
Jesse Ewart

Hidden Projection

VUW Arch. 2014



Jesse Ewart & Michael Strack
TE ARO FABRICATOR. 2014

Jesse Ewart & Michael Strack

TE ARO FABRICATOR. 2014

archidose:

Étienne-Jules Marey

"Like his contemporary Eadweard Muybridge, Marey, a physiologist, was interested in the science of human movement. By 1882, he had developed a single camera method that he called chronophotography, which allowed him to make images of human and animal movement. His camera was the forerunner of the motion picture camera.

Marey’s chronophotographs were some of the first images to illustrate the exact process of body movement.”

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

rudygodinez:

Buckminster Fuller, United States Pavilion, (1967)
Probably the best known geodesic structure is the United States Pavilion in Montreal, Canada, designed for expo 1967. This 250 foot diameter, diaphanous, silvery sphere caught the imagination of all who visited the expo and became the symbolic icon of all subsequent world’s fairs and of visionary urban construction. Every expo after 1967 had it’s spherical exhibition structure; every city of the future had it’s spherical building prominently positioned in it’s urban fabric.

rudygodinez:

Buckminster Fuller, United States Pavilion, (1967)

Probably the best known geodesic structure is the United States Pavilion in Montreal, Canada, designed for expo 1967. This 250 foot diameter, diaphanous, silvery sphere caught the imagination of all who visited the expo and became the symbolic icon of all subsequent world’s fairs and of visionary urban construction. Every expo after 1967 had it’s spherical exhibition structure; every city of the future had it’s spherical building prominently positioned in it’s urban fabric.

inthenoosphere:

Buckminster Fuller — Laminar Geodesic Dome

inthenoosphere:

Buckminster Fuller — Laminar Geodesic Dome

archatlas:

Panneaux Sunghee Lee