Shiue Nee Pang: Dynamic image full of contrast conveys a sense of movement within the space.
pretty slick graphics.
Lev Vladimirovich Rudnev, City of the Future, 1927 (Schusev Museum of Architecture)
“Three Cubes Colliding” is an immense cubic kite made of carbon fiber rods and aerospace fabric and held together with 1,700 3D-printed connectors. The experimental kite, designed by Sash Reading and Ivan Morrison, openly defies preconceived notions of the physics of flight: its cubic shape stands opposite the streamlined bodies of modern aircrafts, like a block of marble yet to be carved into a smooth sculpture. Its visibly dense make-up also counters notions of the inflated object, which hinges on a gas-filled hollow interior to levitate.