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Transmediale In Berlin / SAQ

Transmediale In Berlin / SAQ

Architects: SAQ Project leader: Drew Seskunas Location: Berlin, Germany Project team: Tibor Bartholomä, Joel Dunmore Florian Lippe, Irene Per Photographs: Brice Dellastrada, Laura Gianetti

SAQ has developed a reactive modular lighting system which propagates like cloud structures mimicking the complexity of weather patterns. This project is an extension of the exploration of architectural pluralism SAQ first began in their Bikini Berlin project, which began construction in January 2011.

SAQ as a studio is involved in a long-standing search to express a plural or probabilistic architecture using design as a device to understand the complexities in our surrounding world. The installation is like a constellation of 3-dimensional jigsaw puzzles published in a limited edition which reacts to human presence.

© Brice Dellastrada
© Brice Dellastrada
© Brice Dellastrada
© Brice Dellastrada

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Cite: Andrew Rosenberg. "Transmediale In Berlin / SAQ" 28 Mar 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/122802/transmediale-in-berlin-saq/> ISSN 0719-8884
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