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Elisabeth B. (F, 39)
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    Studio Lynn, Vienna
    In the 1970s space colonies were considered to be a viable alternative to a life restricted to planet Earth. The design of cylindrical space...
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    Pin up_15.03.07
    Project: Studio Lynn, Vienna
    My interest lies presently in dealing with the horizon as a tool for orientation.

    The project deals with a given horizon (terrestrial) on the one hand and multiple artificial horizons (extra-terrestrial) on the other.


    the extra terrestrial option....
    in the extra terrestrial project I'm trying to create orientation by sight connections to several other areas - the colser to the edge, the less relation to the systems inner organisation - the less controlled orientation


    the terrestrial option...
    in the terrestrial project I try to blend from easily definable spaces in relation to the horizon towards obscour spaces in the inner that give a glimpse of what outer space could bring - multiple horizons.......



    What inspires me at the National Galerieof Mies is the blending of open spaces (turned towards outside ,giving a view to the horizon (orientation)) - and small closed up spaces, turned towards the centre (lack of orientation).



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    1770     Thu, Mar 15, 2007  Permanent link
    Working between the horizons seems a smart idea.

    Your national gallery space is blending into the exterior landscape and the enclosed lower spaces lose the connection to the landscape, You should keep the sectional qualities of the canonical sections in your interpretations!

    Your project looks good as a section, the task will be to work both objects out in 3d.
     
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