Gister was de laatste les voor de vakantie. Om dat te vieren ben ik en mijn klas wat gaan drinken en zijn we naar de film gegaan. Het was echt super gezellig! Na het drinken hadden we deze leuke en bekende plek in Rotterdam gevonden en hebben we wat foto's gemaakt. Wil jij hier ook heen voor foto's? Het adres staat hierboven in de post.
Wil je meer persoonlijke foto's van mij zien? Volg me dan op @colintirion
#RobertRauschenberg (1925-2008) was an American painter, sculptor and graphic artists, widely known for his Combines, innovative combinations of paintings and sculptures, which employed non-traditional materials, such as trash, found objects and silkscreened photographs. Similar is Rauschenberg’s series of single color Red Paintings he created with the addition of materials such as wood and newsprints that turned canvas into complex painting surfaces. Rauchenberg’s other acclaimed series titled White Paintings, created in the tradition of monochromatic painting which reduces painting to its most essential nature, consists of seemingly blank canvases that react to smallest adjustments in lightning and atmosphere. Though mainly recognized as painter and sculptor Rauschenberg was also a great photographer, printmaker and performance artists.
Location: Tuborg Havnevej, 2900 Hellerup, Denmark
Area: 25000.0 m2
Project year: 2017
Danish studio CEBRA has redesigned a science centre in Copenhagen, adding a shimmering copper-clad staircase that represents the structure of a DNA strand.
A stacked configuration of staggered rectilinear volumes that are offset from a brick plinth expresses the various functions of the internal programme.
The brick base was preserved from the original building, providing a tangible representation of the connection between past and future, as well as between natural science and engineering.
The upper volumes are clad with lightweight aluminium panels featuring a perforated pattern based on the way air and fluid behave when they encounter resistance.
Another element intended to reaffirm the building's scientific remit is the dramatic copper-clad Helix staircase, which is located just inside the entrance and can be seen by passersby on the street.
"The staircase ensures a good internal flow and creates coherence between the floors," said Nielsen. "At the same time, it substantiates the building's scientific focus."
"During a workshop with Jakob Bohr, professor at DTU Nanotech, we were inspired to work with the stairs as an abstract version of the DNA strand's structure," the architect continued. "And so, the idea for the Helix staircase was born."