Nature is becoming rare in daily life. In the way the urbanising world is generally built and planned, our everyday surroundings are increasingly perpetual and static through conditioned climates and 24 hour lighting. When unpredictable natural elements such as a lifting breeze, a sudden shower, or a setting sun are planned out of our surroundings, the timeline of our everyday is lost.
A group of elements that overgrows objects and areas in a space providing both lighting and covering to make muted spots inside a room. The reeds translate outside nature to the indoor space, by slightly waving when a windgust passes the building, as measured by a windsensor that is connected to the reeds. The wind traveling through the reeds has a speed and intensity precisely depending on the force and direction of the windgusts that rise up and lay down throughout the day. The space becomes subtle in spring, intense in autumn - the space regains the natural character that it has walled out.
Amsterdam, Netherlands - Lloyd Hotel - 02/2010
Eindhoven, Netherlands - Family of Form - 01/2008
Amsterdam, Netherlands - BKVB - 10/2007
Rotterdam, Netherlands - Tent 09/2007
New York, USA - Milk gallery - 05/2007
Amsterdam, Netherlands - Montevideo 09/2006
Los Angeles, USA - ACME Gallery - 06/2006
Milan, Italy - TH Gallery - 04/2006