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Abraham Bosse, 1665, planche 49.  Il est bien amusant de se pencher sur un texte de 1665 et des gravures réalisées pour la démonstration.

Abraham Bosse, 1665, planche 49. Il est bien amusant de se pencher sur un texte de 1665 et des gravures réalisées pour la démonstration.

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untitled (forms) | Flickr Photo Sharing!

Soundweaving is a recent project by Hungarian design student Zsanett Szirmay that turns patterns used in traditional folk embroidery into music by translating them into laser-cut punch cards fed through a custom music box. The project was partially inspired by actual paper cards used in some weaving looms to easily reproduce patterns for various textiles. musician and composer Bálint Tárkány-Kovács helped with audio mapping and the development of each track.  http://soundweaving.mome.hu/en/

Soundweaving is a recent project by Hungarian design student Zsanett Szirmay that turns patterns used in traditional folk embroidery into music by translating them into laser-cut punch cards fed through a custom music box. The project was partially inspired by actual paper cards used in some weaving looms to easily reproduce patterns for various textiles. musician and composer Bálint Tárkány-Kovács helped with audio mapping and the development of each track. http://soundweaving.mome.hu/en/

vanna venturi house _ Peter Eisenman

vanna venturi house _ Peter Eisenman

Intangible Effects (no. 1): Soundscapes of Yesler Terrace Housing Project. By Tad Hirsch, Assistant Professor, UW School of Art Design Division.  Working with Seattle Youth, Hirsch and partners collected audio recordings by residents of Yesler Terrace Public Housing Development that reflect their experience of the neighborhood and concerns about its uncertainty in the face of plans to demolish for mixed-income development.

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Intangible Effects (no. 1): Soundscapes of Yesler Terrace Housing Project. By Tad Hirsch, Assistant Professor, UW School of Art Design Division. Working with Seattle Youth, Hirsch and partners collected audio recordings by residents of Yesler Terrace Public Housing Development that reflect their experience of the neighborhood and concerns about its uncertainty in the face of plans to demolish for mixed-income development.

Nikita Dolgoj, void scheme | Presidents Medals: Compression architecture (anthill)

Nikita Dolgoj, void scheme | Presidents Medals: Compression architecture (anthill)

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Orange County Government Center by Paul Rudolph

Orange County Government Center by Paul Rudolph

Fin d'Ou T Hou S - Peter Eisenman

Fin d'Ou T Hou S - Peter Eisenman

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