sinjow:

archiemcphee:

This awesome indoor maze is an interactive art installation currently on exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. It’s the work of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), a Copenhagen and New York-based, internationally active group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers.
The BIG Maze is a vast labyrinth of Baltic birch plywood covering an area of roughly 60 square feet. It’s full of twists and turns made of up walls of varying heights that are18 feet tall at their tallest points. Those walls slope in toward the center of the maze, which enables visitors to see more of it as they progress through it. Upon reaching the heart of the maze viewers are rewarded with a complete view of the wooden labyrinth that surrounds them.

"‘The concept is simple: as you travel deeper into a maze, your path typically becomes more convoluted. What if we invert this scenario and create a maze that brings clarity and visual understanding upon reaching the heart of the labyrinth?’, explained Bjarke Ingels."

This design also means that exiting the maze is much easier than solving it. The BIG Maze will be open to the public through September 1, 2014.
Click here for a time-lapse video of the maze’s construction.
[via designboom and Architect Magazine]

中心部(=解答)に近づけば近づくほど迷宮の全体構造が把握できるようになる、というコンセプト…うーむ凄い:プレイヤーの動的「成長」過程が(建築デザイン自体に染み込ませてあるので)静的なはずの建築によって自動的に発現するデザイン…これはTRPGシステムのヒントになる&社会設計妄想(時間変化するパノプティコンとか)の源になるなあ
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sinjow:

archiemcphee:

This awesome indoor maze is an interactive art installation currently on exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. It’s the work of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), a Copenhagen and New York-based, internationally active group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers.
The BIG Maze is a vast labyrinth of Baltic birch plywood covering an area of roughly 60 square feet. It’s full of twists and turns made of up walls of varying heights that are18 feet tall at their tallest points. Those walls slope in toward the center of the maze, which enables visitors to see more of it as they progress through it. Upon reaching the heart of the maze viewers are rewarded with a complete view of the wooden labyrinth that surrounds them.

"‘The concept is simple: as you travel deeper into a maze, your path typically becomes more convoluted. What if we invert this scenario and create a maze that brings clarity and visual understanding upon reaching the heart of the labyrinth?’, explained Bjarke Ingels."

This design also means that exiting the maze is much easier than solving it. The BIG Maze will be open to the public through September 1, 2014.
Click here for a time-lapse video of the maze’s construction.
[via designboom and Architect Magazine]

中心部(=解答)に近づけば近づくほど迷宮の全体構造が把握できるようになる、というコンセプト…うーむ凄い:プレイヤーの動的「成長」過程が(建築デザイン自体に染み込ませてあるので)静的なはずの建築によって自動的に発現するデザイン…これはTRPGシステムのヒントになる&社会設計妄想(時間変化するパノプティコンとか)の源になるなあ
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sinjow:

archiemcphee:

This awesome indoor maze is an interactive art installation currently on exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. It’s the work of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), a Copenhagen and New York-based, internationally active group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers.
The BIG Maze is a vast labyrinth of Baltic birch plywood covering an area of roughly 60 square feet. It’s full of twists and turns made of up walls of varying heights that are18 feet tall at their tallest points. Those walls slope in toward the center of the maze, which enables visitors to see more of it as they progress through it. Upon reaching the heart of the maze viewers are rewarded with a complete view of the wooden labyrinth that surrounds them.

"‘The concept is simple: as you travel deeper into a maze, your path typically becomes more convoluted. What if we invert this scenario and create a maze that brings clarity and visual understanding upon reaching the heart of the labyrinth?’, explained Bjarke Ingels."

This design also means that exiting the maze is much easier than solving it. The BIG Maze will be open to the public through September 1, 2014.
Click here for a time-lapse video of the maze’s construction.
[via designboom and Architect Magazine]

中心部(=解答)に近づけば近づくほど迷宮の全体構造が把握できるようになる、というコンセプト…うーむ凄い:プレイヤーの動的「成長」過程が(建築デザイン自体に染み込ませてあるので)静的なはずの建築によって自動的に発現するデザイン…これはTRPGシステムのヒントになる&社会設計妄想(時間変化するパノプティコンとか)の源になるなあ
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sinjow:

archiemcphee:

This awesome indoor maze is an interactive art installation currently on exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. It’s the work of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), a Copenhagen and New York-based, internationally active group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers.
The BIG Maze is a vast labyrinth of Baltic birch plywood covering an area of roughly 60 square feet. It’s full of twists and turns made of up walls of varying heights that are18 feet tall at their tallest points. Those walls slope in toward the center of the maze, which enables visitors to see more of it as they progress through it. Upon reaching the heart of the maze viewers are rewarded with a complete view of the wooden labyrinth that surrounds them.

"‘The concept is simple: as you travel deeper into a maze, your path typically becomes more convoluted. What if we invert this scenario and create a maze that brings clarity and visual understanding upon reaching the heart of the labyrinth?’, explained Bjarke Ingels."

This design also means that exiting the maze is much easier than solving it. The BIG Maze will be open to the public through September 1, 2014.
Click here for a time-lapse video of the maze’s construction.
[via designboom and Architect Magazine]

中心部(=解答)に近づけば近づくほど迷宮の全体構造が把握できるようになる、というコンセプト…うーむ凄い:プレイヤーの動的「成長」過程が(建築デザイン自体に染み込ませてあるので)静的なはずの建築によって自動的に発現するデザイン…これはTRPGシステムのヒントになる&社会設計妄想(時間変化するパノプティコンとか)の源になるなあ
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sinjow:

archiemcphee:

This awesome indoor maze is an interactive art installation currently on exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. It’s the work of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), a Copenhagen and New York-based, internationally active group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers.
The BIG Maze is a vast labyrinth of Baltic birch plywood covering an area of roughly 60 square feet. It’s full of twists and turns made of up walls of varying heights that are18 feet tall at their tallest points. Those walls slope in toward the center of the maze, which enables visitors to see more of it as they progress through it. Upon reaching the heart of the maze viewers are rewarded with a complete view of the wooden labyrinth that surrounds them.

"‘The concept is simple: as you travel deeper into a maze, your path typically becomes more convoluted. What if we invert this scenario and create a maze that brings clarity and visual understanding upon reaching the heart of the labyrinth?’, explained Bjarke Ingels."

This design also means that exiting the maze is much easier than solving it. The BIG Maze will be open to the public through September 1, 2014.
Click here for a time-lapse video of the maze’s construction.
[via designboom and Architect Magazine]

中心部(=解答)に近づけば近づくほど迷宮の全体構造が把握できるようになる、というコンセプト…うーむ凄い:プレイヤーの動的「成長」過程が(建築デザイン自体に染み込ませてあるので)静的なはずの建築によって自動的に発現するデザイン…これはTRPGシステムのヒントになる&社会設計妄想(時間変化するパノプティコンとか)の源になるなあ
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sinjow:

archiemcphee:

This awesome indoor maze is an interactive art installation currently on exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. It’s the work of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), a Copenhagen and New York-based, internationally active group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers.
The BIG Maze is a vast labyrinth of Baltic birch plywood covering an area of roughly 60 square feet. It’s full of twists and turns made of up walls of varying heights that are18 feet tall at their tallest points. Those walls slope in toward the center of the maze, which enables visitors to see more of it as they progress through it. Upon reaching the heart of the maze viewers are rewarded with a complete view of the wooden labyrinth that surrounds them.

"‘The concept is simple: as you travel deeper into a maze, your path typically becomes more convoluted. What if we invert this scenario and create a maze that brings clarity and visual understanding upon reaching the heart of the labyrinth?’, explained Bjarke Ingels."

This design also means that exiting the maze is much easier than solving it. The BIG Maze will be open to the public through September 1, 2014.
Click here for a time-lapse video of the maze’s construction.
[via designboom and Architect Magazine]

中心部(=解答)に近づけば近づくほど迷宮の全体構造が把握できるようになる、というコンセプト…うーむ凄い:プレイヤーの動的「成長」過程が(建築デザイン自体に染み込ませてあるので)静的なはずの建築によって自動的に発現するデザイン…これはTRPGシステムのヒントになる&社会設計妄想(時間変化するパノプティコンとか)の源になるなあ
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sinjow:

archiemcphee:

This awesome indoor maze is an interactive art installation currently on exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. It’s the work of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), a Copenhagen and New York-based, internationally active group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers.
The BIG Maze is a vast labyrinth of Baltic birch plywood covering an area of roughly 60 square feet. It’s full of twists and turns made of up walls of varying heights that are18 feet tall at their tallest points. Those walls slope in toward the center of the maze, which enables visitors to see more of it as they progress through it. Upon reaching the heart of the maze viewers are rewarded with a complete view of the wooden labyrinth that surrounds them.

"‘The concept is simple: as you travel deeper into a maze, your path typically becomes more convoluted. What if we invert this scenario and create a maze that brings clarity and visual understanding upon reaching the heart of the labyrinth?’, explained Bjarke Ingels."

This design also means that exiting the maze is much easier than solving it. The BIG Maze will be open to the public through September 1, 2014.
Click here for a time-lapse video of the maze’s construction.
[via designboom and Architect Magazine]

中心部(=解答)に近づけば近づくほど迷宮の全体構造が把握できるようになる、というコンセプト…うーむ凄い:プレイヤーの動的「成長」過程が(建築デザイン自体に染み込ませてあるので)静的なはずの建築によって自動的に発現するデザイン…これはTRPGシステムのヒントになる&社会設計妄想(時間変化するパノプティコンとか)の源になるなあ
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sinjow:

archiemcphee:

This awesome indoor maze is an interactive art installation currently on exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. It’s the work of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), a Copenhagen and New York-based, internationally active group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers.

The BIG Maze is a vast labyrinth of Baltic birch plywood covering an area of roughly 60 square feet. It’s full of twists and turns made of up walls of varying heights that are18 feet tall at their tallest points. Those walls slope in toward the center of the maze, which enables visitors to see more of it as they progress through it. Upon reaching the heart of the maze viewers are rewarded with a complete view of the wooden labyrinth that surrounds them.

"‘The concept is simple: as you travel deeper into a maze, your path typically becomes more convoluted. What if we invert this scenario and create a maze that brings clarity and visual understanding upon reaching the heart of the labyrinth?’, explained Bjarke Ingels."

This design also means that exiting the maze is much easier than solving it. The BIG Maze will be open to the public through September 1, 2014.

Click here for a time-lapse video of the maze’s construction.

[via designboom and Architect Magazine]

中心部(=解答)に近づけば近づくほど迷宮の全体構造が把握できるようになる、というコンセプト…うーむ凄い:プレイヤーの動的「成長」過程が(建築デザイン自体に染み込ませてあるので)静的なはずの建築によって自動的に発現するデザイン…これはTRPGシステムのヒントになる&社会設計妄想(時間変化するパノプティコンとか)の源になるなあ