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Olafur Eliasson, Your House, 2006. 430 x 270 x 105 mm, 908 pages. Artist’s book, limited edition of 225 —Commissioned by the Library Council of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Your House consists of a laser-cut negative of Olafur Eliasson’s house in Copenhagen at a scale of 85:1. The book is based on a computer-generated model of the house sliced vertically into 454 even parts.

Olafur Eliasson, Your House, 2006. 430 x 270 x 105 mm, 908 pages. Artist’s book, limited edition of 225 —Commissioned by the Library Council of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Your House consists of a laser-cut negative of Olafur Eliasson’s house in Copenhagen at a scale of 85:1. The book is based on a computer-generated model of the house sliced vertically into 454 even parts.

Laser-cut models.  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.

Laser-cut models. 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 is essentially my third year sculpture work but a bit more professional

Take a BERRY Break (40 photos)

This is essentially my third year sculpture work but a bit more professional

This is a series of sculptures made by Ben Young that demonstrate different levels of water and the world.

This is a series of sculptures made by Ben Young that demonstrate different levels of water and the world.

The Revival Story of Mesopotamia | Manhal Al Habbobi - Zaha Hadid and more than 30 other international architects participated in this competition, won by the Iraqi Architect Manhal Al Habbobi (Master in Philosophy of Architecture) with his ‘CAP Emirates’ design.

The Revival Story of Mesopotamia - Manhal Al Habbobi

The Revival Story of Mesopotamia | Manhal Al Habbobi - Zaha Hadid and more than 30 other international architects participated in this competition, won by the Iraqi Architect Manhal Al Habbobi (Master in Philosophy of Architecture) with his ‘CAP Emirates’ design.

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