housing-projects

Brought to our attention by @andymeetswarhol
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Architects:
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Muti Randolph , Marcelo Pontes, Zemel + Chalabi Arquitetos
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Here what archdaily.com says:
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Opened in 2003, D-Edge electronic #music club underwent a smart #restoration process in early 2011. The aim of the restoration #project was to expand the #house, which could no longer house the amount of people interested in enjoying a program on an extremely well designed #environment and great #architecture every #day.
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We see asymmetrical #geometric #shapes and they are not #installed in parallel, in order to enhance the #acoustic conditions of the house. “With the #play of light, these volumes interfere in the environments, there is some shuffling, it’s as if the place was shaking,” says Muti Randolph. “The idea was to create the possibility of having these volumes disappear with the play of light and #sound, as well as amplifying the environment.”
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Grant Dudson:
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A nightclub straight out of Tron. What I especially like about this space is that it’s designed around the music. It’s a true audio/visual installation that mirrors audio with visual for an experience to remember.
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#mutirandolph #art #artinstallation #immersiveart #experience #tron #nightclub #light #led #lines

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Artist Kat O'Sullivan, aka Katwise, (along with help from her partner Mason Brown and their friends) transformed a dilapidated 19th century farmhouse in the woods near the hamlet of High Falls, New York into a technicolor dream house. Both inside and out, the dwelling is an awesome rainbow of colors and textures that still somehow looks right at home in the middle what we suspect to be an enchanted forest.

Colorful and filled with personality on both the interior and the exterior, the house was renovated according to O'Sullivan’s philosophy of “artistic upcycling,” which she explains as breathing new life into castaway objects. The final result, called Calico, is a gorgeous and unique house that is a perfect match for the artist’s dynamic lifestyle.

Head over to the Shawangunk Journal to read an interview with Katwise about her sensational home renovation. Then visit Katwise’s website to check out her other artistic endeavors.

[via My Modern Metropolis]

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