Digital Design Gallery

Kovac, T 2003, Digital Design Gallery, (Creative Work : Design/architecture).

Document type: Creative Work
Collection: Creative Works

Title Digital Design Gallery
Author(s) Kovac, T
Year 2003
Type of work Design/architecture
Outlet Architectures Non Standard, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
Dates 10 December 2003 - 1 March 2004
Medium Computer aided design, perspex model
Tom Kovac's project was exhibited at Architectures Non Standard exhibition, 2003-04, curated by Frédéric Migayrou and Zeynep Mennan. The design was commissioned by RMIT University for the Centre of Excellence in Digital Design, a collaboration between RMIT and the State Government of Victoria. The exhibit comprises both the digital modellings and physical model of the project, developed within the Interactive Information Institute (I-cubed) at RMIT University.

Kovac's design was formed through complicated algorithms of parametric design, which form a substratum of supports to digital investigation. Above this supportive base, a flamboyant ribbon in the shape of the infinity symbol flies. The sub-terrain structure was designed as a Centre of Excellence that would showcase contemporary architecture and design achieved through cutting-edge digital technology. The ribbon represents the conceptual flow of the gallery as a process-driven design.

The project was exhibited at three international biennales and two critically acclaimed architecture exhibitions. At the 8th Venice International Architecture Biennale it was included in the Education section of NEXT; at the 1st Beijing International Architecture Biennale the design was shown as part of the Fast Forward: Exhibition of International Avant-Garde Architects and Students Work; and at the Lab.3000 Digital Design Biennale at the Melbourne Museum the work was critical in illustrating the exhibition philosophy. The work was also presented in the Architectures Non Standard exhibition at the Centre Pompidou, 2003-04, curated by Frédéric Migayrou and Zeynep nnan and was included in Leon Van Schaik's exhibition Melbourne Masters Architecture at the Tarrawarra Museum of Art."
Subject Architectural Design
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