Designers, picture this: you’re working to taper, bulge, and bend a roof from its original form. You find that the roof needs some special tweaking to achieve your vision of a rounded surface. For this kind of free-form design, you might consider a NURBS curve.
Temporary or pop-up architecture is currently in vogue — it is dynamic, nomadic, and allows for great creativity. Dittel Architekten, a firm based in Stuttgart, Germany, has created an "out-of-the-box" solution with the Pop Up Box, which offers a customizable presentation area in a mobile space for retailers.
Come to the happy side where people can unwind and let go. Set in Los Angeles, California, HAPPY PLACE is a massive pop-up experience filled with larger-than-life size installations, multi-sensory immersive rooms, and dozens of moments curated to Capture Your Happy, including an upside-down room called “Dancing on the Ceiling,” where visitors can do just that.People wander around the room, jump on objects, hang from the ceiling, perform acrobatics from different angles, and eventually share their upended fun on Instagram and other social media channels.
Topics: Kevin Lee Allen, Kevin Lee Allen Design, Vectorworks 2018, Butch Allen, HAPPY PLACE, Jared Paul, Dancing on the Ceiling, Kathleen McDonough, Faculty Production and Management, The Lumen Brothers, Vectorworks 3D