Posts Tagged ‘skeleton structure’

100 Faces of Tai Kwun exhibition by ADO, Hong Kong

June 6th, 2018

The wireframed skeleton structure is to present a vague impression of central. It is unusual yet familiar, vacuum yet abundant of stories. Walking through the colonnade, verandah and signboards, visitors can grab a glimpse of the long vanished central with a picturesque streetscape.

Rami Stool & Side Table by Studio Il Hoon Roh

April 4th, 2013

The design for Rami incorporated this structural advantages – principle that have been tried and tested through the evolutionary process, resulting in a design that is lightweight, structurally optimised, extremely efficient and strictly follows the “form follows function”.

Ingfah restaurant by Integrated Field, Khaolak – Thailand

August 14th, 2012

The main structure for each unit was designed to be a “light geometric structure”, the very slim steel skeleton structure. It was meant to blend in with the sky and let only the fabric stretched on it exist to the people’s sight. This fabric would be the “frame that capture the sky” and “the lantern that light up that area”.