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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:22 AM
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by Jaime last modified Jun 28, 2011

An interesting installation by Bureau Spectacular / Jimenez Lai, this rotating module was born from the idea that all surfaces — including ceilings and walls — could serve as functional space. The structure rotates once per house, just like a clock in which every 15 minutes, one of the surfaces becomes parallel to the ground. [...]




 

 

Phalanstery Module

An interesting installation by Bureau Spectacular / Jimenez Lai, this rotating module was born from the idea that all surfaces — including ceilings and walls — could serve as functional space. The structure rotates once per house, just like a clock in which every 15 minutes, one of the surfaces becomes parallel to the ground. Reminds me of a hamster wheel…

Phalanstery Module

Phalanstery Module

The concept is derived from a comic story written and illustrated by Jimenez about a group of citizens riding a Noah’s Ark Spaceship to a new planet far away.

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