Phantasmagoria Indonesian elements in The Hague “Phantasmagoria (făn-tăzˌmə-gôrē-ə, -gōr-) is a sequence of real or imaginary images, like those seen in a dream: constantly changing scenes composed of random elements.” In this case about the Indonesian heritage and The Hague. In Dutch we say Indië, this is half [...]
RedDoor The RedDoor is a research project based on a philosophical text by Deleuze, read and discussed in my elective Aleph. Affordances is a term that describes the bubble between human & object, human & human or human & space. It is an indescribable relationship [...]
30 x 30 This spatial study was an exercise for the perception of space. There is not much to say besides that I have chosen the materials and lighting to accentuate the shape and space and therefore it mainly concerns atmosphere. The work is about sensing, not considering function [...]
This architypical bowl is a morphology assignment where she experimented on what plastic could do. Fragility is one of the keywords she used designig it. By making a product picture using rice and the tumbeled position of the bowl itself it amplifies.
Cherry blossom house This project is the research and transformation of an already existing architectural project. The Cherry Blossom house was a very small conceptual house that was all about admiring the blossom three. There was one small block with a closet, bathroom and kitchen block built in, on top [...]
FOLDING What if you suddenly shrunk and became only 50 centimeters tall? What would you encounter? For me the first question that came up was ‘would we be more social and helpful to each other then we are right know?’. During a project week titled, [...]
A one class assignment where we visualised what it is to be constraint.
Circadian Cycles Eat, sleep, live and repeat. Having rhythm in your life gives a certain stability, it also extends your conscious brain’s capacity, so you spend less time on how to eat, sleep and other life essential routines. We don’t need to be living in the moment for those. Having these [...]
BACK STAGE ON STAGE Claudia Linders, Marie Ilse Bourlanges & Elena Khurtova This Morphology Lab investigates various notions of (un)controlled growth. Each student focused on extracting a set of principles based on their inspiration, ranging from flock movements, weathering of sand particles, formation of stalactites and crystals, rationalisation of landscape. These investigations are the [...]
In this material research I searched for a way to capture the beauty of one of the most common vegetables, the onion. The onion has a very beautiful structure, form and texture. It’s a beautiful and complex system of layers, but we barely notice this in our daily use [...]