Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Wood pavilion project and architectural folly

Looking for a video with happy people, an excellent project (using Rhino, of course), an educational competition? This clip from 2019 makes you feel good.

The video starts by defining folly: An architectural object that is deliberately non-functional and instead examines its surroundings and enhances the natural landscape.

Students from the Auckland University school of architecture were winners in this Brick Bay Folly. Consequently, they got to fabricate their digital model, learning how to transfer a drawing into a build object physically.

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