parasitic sculptures

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  • Parasitic sculpture
    a selection of projects, 1995-present
  • The projects illustrated here were created as parasitic temporary insertions in existing urban locations. They are not strictly site-specific, but adapt to a variety of different environments and conditions.
  • Self-constructing Tower (1996) - published in "Smart Materials in Architecture, Interior Architecture and Design" Axel Ritter / published by Birkhaeuser, 2007.
    The mobile structure responds and reacts to weather conditions - temperature and wind - constantly changing shape.
    Project associates: James Rowe (Buro Happold), Toby Blunt (Foster + Partners)
  • Span - exploratory structural model for Thames Millennium Bridge design proposal (1997).
    Project associates: James Rowe (Buro Happold)
  • Flights I (1995) - at the Brunel University campus, West London
  • Flights II (1996) - at Blickling Hall, Suffolk