Aug 1, 2008

Junya Ishigami's Kanagawa Institute Of Technology University Project Space.

Junya Ishigami's Kanagawa Institute Of Technology University Project Space.

Junya Ishigami's Kanagawa Institute Of Technology University Project Space (6) 1White forest in a grey field is Junya Ishigami's university project space in the foothills west of Tokyo. Random white slim columns and glass facade make the space dissolved into the scene. A building designed to almost disappear. This is the first construction in the open air by Junya Ishigami who since 2004 has performed a series of astonishing acts of levitation upon furniture and building-sized volumes in galleries. It's at this facility, students from a range of engineering and design disciplines collaborate with the local community to make anything from furniture to robots. Ishigami explains the evolution of the design was an investigation of the relationships between the columns and for which he developed custommade software.


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Junya Ishigami's Kanagawa Institute Of Technology University Project Space (6) 6Source: 1, 2, 3, 4.

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