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Oyler Wu Collaborative - LIVE WIRE Print E-mail
Sunday, 18 January 2009 05:39

Motivated by the desire to occupy the SCI-Arc gallery in a way that exploits the spatial potential of the existing venue, this Oyler Wu Collaborative installation argues for an expanded relationship between tectonic expression and functional performance.
OW_livewire_01.jpg The installation proposes a vertical circulation system linking the floor level of the gallery to the catwalk above.  This circulation system, a.k.a. a stair, is equally concerned with its function, use, and performance as it is its visual and experiential qualities. The stair establishes a new form of movement through the space that challenges the closed nature of the gallery as a hermetic space for objects, effectively integrating it into the daily operations of the school.

Last Updated on Friday, 20 November 2009 17:55
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Oyler Wu Collaborative - Density Fields Print E-mail
Sunday, 26 October 2008 19:00

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Density Fields is an investigation into the accumulation of material densities and their resultant structural and spatial effects.

This extreme cantilever built of aluminum and polypropylene rope hovered over the courtyard of Materials & Applications in Silver Lake, Los Angeles through February of 2008.


Defying classification as either sculpture or architecture, the piece flexes with a gesture that projects a dynamic set of trajectories beyond the small courtyard, toward adjacent buildings and features within the neighborhood.

The architect's goal was in balancing a set of structural ideas, the programmatic needs of the space, and the desire to use basic geometries to create a rich spatial experience within the space itself.

The primary structural question posed by the piece is, “What makes the idea of using lines different in terms of their structural properties and how might that be exploited in creating an architectural affect?”

Last Updated on Friday, 20 November 2009 17:55
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Höweler + Yoon - Lo Rez / Hi Fi 1110 Vermont Avenue in Washington DC Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 October 2008 00:07

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Low Rez / Hi Fi is an interactive public space project that activates the sidewalk and engages the public by interfacing between the public space of Vermont Avenue and the interior of the 1110 Vermont Avenue lobby.

Last Updated on Saturday, 21 November 2009 17:52
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