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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Design Miami by Curime Batliner

 
November 1st, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Curime Batliner

The piece, “Design Miami” was an investigation into the design and fabrication of aggregated assemblies and was intended from its initial design stage to be shown as a concept piece at Design Miami.

Image Courtesy © Curime Batliner

Image Courtesy © Curime Batliner

  • Architects: Curime Batliner
  • Project: Design Miami
  • Material Description: 3D CNC milled wall piece with ABS and pouder printed inlets / Matte white finish
  • Exhibit: Johnson Trading Gallery / Booth Aranda Lasch @ Design Miami
  • People / Organizations: 
    • Design: Curime Batliner, Stephan Sobl
    • Collaborators: Benjamin Aranda , Chris Lasch

Image Courtesy © Curime Batliner

Image Courtesy © Curime Batliner

Miami the world renowned attractor point for diverse cultures, design and arts, surrounded by beaches and water, set the motive and theme of the piece, – crystallization and fluids.

Building upon Aranda/Lasch investigations into material organizations, in which parts communicate with one another through an intelligence built-in through modularity and computation, the work introduces fluid elements into a system of set basic primitives.

Image Courtesy © Curime Batliner

Image Courtesy © Curime Batliner

The parametric relationship between the components, which allow small parts to grow into larger assemblies, is maintained for data organization, but “infused” by a series of fluid elements, which only share the bounding boxes of the original primitives.
This gentle modification cracks the unyielding, harsh faceted aesthetics of the underlying design organization and submerges it with a notion of softness which breaks with the visual rigidity of a purely crystalline system.

Image Courtesy © Curime Batliner

Image Courtesy © Curime Batliner

Image Courtesy © Curime Batliner

Image Courtesy © Curime Batliner

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