Olafur Eliasson (artist) This is an architecture book with more descriptive power than words alone could possible achieve. The book consists of 454 pages each laser-cut to produce a section representing 2.2cm of the artists actual house in Copenhagen, Denmark.
This work looks striking through the colour tone. Simple shapes are constructed and is adapted through the colour depth to generate a 3D perspective. Simple line structures are also used to create a form of abstract as well as linking into architecture
Chris Reed shares work from a Harvard GSD landscape architecture studio that considers how productive ecologies drive the development of urban form and uses Jamaica Bay as a case study for exploring the opportunities of richly fluid territories.