Category Archives: Exformation

Haberdasher’s Puzzle

The future of architectural innovation leads us to design for a world that has increasingly sought a need for resource manageability, sustainability, and adaptability. The London based architectural outfit The D*Haus Company has recently unveiled their design for a new concept in

Haberdasher’s Puzzle

The future of architectural innovation leads us to design for a world that has increasingly sought a need for resource manageability, sustainability, and adaptability. The London based architectural outfit The D*Haus Company has recently unveiled their design for a new concept in

Unconventional Mediums

In Kenya Hara’s “Senseware”, he argues that the designer’s role is to create an “aggregate image” or a response in the viewer of his/her project. This response is created by sensory inputs (sight, touch, smell, etc), in addition to memories

Unconventional Mediums

In Kenya Hara’s “Senseware”, he argues that the designer’s role is to create an “aggregate image” or a response in the viewer of his/her project. This response is created by sensory inputs (sight, touch, smell, etc), in addition to memories

Tracking Accountability

Patagonia is a globally sourced, high quality clothing company that has developed a system called The Footprint Chronicles® for tracking the production process of each of their products from design through distribution and calculating the energy consumed, distance traveled, carbon

Tracking Accountability

Patagonia is a globally sourced, high quality clothing company that has developed a system called The Footprint Chronicles® for tracking the production process of each of their products from design through distribution and calculating the energy consumed, distance traveled, carbon

Rahul Mehrota’s “Working in Mumbai”

Rahul Mehrota’s lecture in titled Working in Mumbai covered a broad range of issues that he had come to recognize through his years of research, teaching, and practices as an architect. One of the main issues he addressed was what

Rahul Mehrota’s “Working in Mumbai”

Rahul Mehrota’s lecture in titled Working in Mumbai covered a broad range of issues that he had come to recognize through his years of research, teaching, and practices as an architect. One of the main issues he addressed was what

Material Authenticity

They say fake it till you make it; but when is “Faking” it going too far? I think the improvement of technology has enabled designers and architects to do just that and perhaps, are now taking it too far. Tuesdays

Material Authenticity

They say fake it till you make it; but when is “Faking” it going too far? I think the improvement of technology has enabled designers and architects to do just that and perhaps, are now taking it too far. Tuesdays

Fake or Real Space

Fake wallpaper can lend huge possibilities to interior design flexibly. What I mean by fake wallpaper is wallpaper that looks like a wall of bricks or tiles, concrete, or wood. I think that using fake materials for the part of

Fake or Real Space

Fake wallpaper can lend huge possibilities to interior design flexibly. What I mean by fake wallpaper is wallpaper that looks like a wall of bricks or tiles, concrete, or wood. I think that using fake materials for the part of

The Void as Material

  Kenya Hara describes exformation as “understanding how little we know” and states that “comprehension of the unknown is the beginning of design”. After discussing the Lotus House façade in lecture, it became apparent that the voids or lack of

The Void as Material

  Kenya Hara describes exformation as “understanding how little we know” and states that “comprehension of the unknown is the beginning of design”. After discussing the Lotus House façade in lecture, it became apparent that the voids or lack of