Watch online now: a great video from UNSW TV showcasing the work of our Architectural Computing students, creating installation Hypersurface Architecture (Redux).
Led by Dr Hank Haeusler with tutors Sally Hsu and Danny Nguyen the students engaged with realising and constructing concepts that explore the creative relation between 3D static space and 2D dynamic images. Hypersurface Architecture is a theory from the mid 1990's, which combines 3D form with 2D digital imagery. With advances in technology, the concept is even more relevant for computational architecture students today. The two chosen designs "Euphonious Mobius" by Rebekah Araullo and "Halo Lights" by Steven Best were further developed by their teams.
The installation "Hypersurface Architecture [Redux]" is on display in the forecourt and foyer of Customs House as part of the Sydney Architecture Festival from 26 October to 14 November, 2012.