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iheartblob – Augmented Architectural Objects

ISBN: 9783035618723

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A new visual vocabulary of architecture
iheartblob avails itself of a new visual vocabulary of architecture. Here designs are visualized not in the form of ground plans and sections. Instead, renderings, mixed-reality objects (which are depicted physically and in augmented reality) and animations are the media which reflect the legacy of the mathematician Lagrange.
Visually, but also on the basis of short theoretical texts, the book facilitates new discussions about the contemporary theoretical and cultural framework – and thus also about the “crisis of philosophy” faced not only by architecture. While the theoretical framework here invokes the principles of object-oriented ontology, in a subsequent step it attempts to unravel the theoretical principles of postmodernity and poststructural formalism.

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iheartblob – Augmented Architectural Objects : A New Visual Language

A new visual vocabulary of architecture
iheartblob avails itself of a new visual vocabulary of architecture. Here designs are visualized not in the form of ground plans and sections. Instead, renderings, mixed-reality objects (which are depicted physically and in augmented reality) and animations are the media which reflect the legacy of the mathematician Lagrange.
Visually, but also on the basis of short theoretical texts, the book facilitates new discussions about the contemporary theoretical and cultural framework – and thus also about the “crisis of philosophy” faced not only by architecture. While the theoretical framework here invokes the principles of object-oriented ontology, in a subsequent step it attempts to unravel the theoretical principles of postmodernity and poststructural formalism.
– A new visual language of architecture
– Objects of architecture on life brought to life by means of augmented reality
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IoA Institute of Architecture, Univ. of Applied Arts Vienna, Studio iheartblob – Aleksandra Belitskaja, Benjamin James, Shaun McCallum

  • With contributions by: Kutan Ayata, Gerald Bast, Fredrik Hellberg, Lara Lesmes, Greg Lynn, Andrew Witt and Michael Young
  • Edited by: IoA Institute of Architecture

A New Visual Language

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