New York, USA
MoMa Museum of Modern Art
Architecture: Ali Rahim, Hina Jamelle, Andreas Singer, Jae Jang
建筑设计 Ali Rahim, Hina Jamelle, Andreas Singer, Jae Jang
Commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, for their exhibition titled " Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling", we designed a 'wall of the future'. The dimensions of the project given to us by the curators were 9'-6" x 7'-6" x 8". The wall was constructed by robots using epoxy polymer materials that could self-structure themselves with all the systems integrated into the form. We think is the future of residential construction.
Constructed in two days without any form work, molds or fasteners and installed in an hour it incorporates Space, structure and skin in a single form. Each side of the wall produces different formal qualities-from bulbous to angular features. The integration of these qualitative differences is controlled by the desire to develop the greatest sensorial affect while yielding an elegant aesthetic.
纽约现代艺术博物馆委托我们为名为“住宅传递：制造现代居所”的特别展览设计了一面“未来之墙”。我们在馆长给出的尺寸范围 - 2.90m x 2.28m x 0.2m内完成了设计，由机器人使用环氧树脂聚合物材料制造。这种材料可以实现结构自己，并将各项功能系统集成在一个形式单体中。我们相信这将是未来住宅发展的必然趋势。