Filament Mind is a human information-driven installation by E/B Office which is designed to visualize the collective curiosities and questions of Wyoming’s Teton County Library visitors through a dynamic and interactive spatial sculpture. The project is inspired by the concept that our civic spaces should be intelligent and responsive, communicating as much to us as we do to each other, enabling a form of intra-environmental social interaction between our thoughts and the material of our built environments. More images and architects’ description after the break.
Jackson Hole Center for the Arts Performing Arts Pavilion / Stephen Dynia Architects (Arts Design Collaborative)
The Performing Arts Pavilion addition by Stephen Dynia Architects (Arts Design Collaborative) fits seamlessly into the rest of the Jackson Center for the Arts building, and makes the most of its natural Wyoming setting. The 35,000 square foot addition was completed in 2007. It contains music practice rooms and theatre support areas, but features its flexible theatre and open lobby in design and function.
Architect: Stephen Dynia Architects (Arts Design Collaborative)
Location: Jackson, Wyoming
Consultants: Theater Consultants Collaborative, Robert F. Mahoney and Associates, Specifications Consultants, Rolf Jensen and Associates, Inc, Hershberger Design, Ensar Group Inc.
Project Year: 2007
Photographs: Ron Johnson Photography