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Snow, Rain, Light, Wind: Weathering Architecture

Artist
Filiz Klassen
Price
$34.00
Publisher
self published
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
1-894503-89-9
Description

This hardcover book with lenticular cover presents Klassen’s explorations of the variations in atmospheric conditions and their effects on the building envelope as a creative potential for architectural innovation. “Snow, Rain, Light, Wind: Weathering Architecture” explores the potential of textile-based materials as a hybrid art and architectural medium that can bring art, design, technology, and materials research together in built spaces. For Klassen an architectural practice focusing on buildings that respond to environmental conditions can make us aware of weather and help us re-examine our contributions to climate change.

Includes a DVD of montaged footage relating Klassen’s investigations into the potential of architectural materials to be linked and connected to changing climatic conditions.

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