Posts Tagged With 3D design

Eames Plywood LCW Chair

Featured image Courtesy of Eames.com This was the first of the Eames’s plywood series and it was the Lounge Height (L) Side Chair (C) on Wood (W) Base released in 1945, created by both Charles and Ray Eames, and referred to as “the chair of the century” by Time magazine. It was created out of…

Alexander Isley-St. Modem

Alexander Isley helped lead the transition from analog to digital design. Before this project, designers made layouts by hand, with this project designers could make layouts digitally and take them to printers using floppy disks to store their designs and share it with printing companies.  In 1988, he created a brochure and 3D religious stand…

Contempora and Everfast

This Contempora piece created by Cipe Pineles circa 1931 was a 3D medium of cardboard and textiles. I retrieved it from Martha Scotfords book Cipe Pineles, A life in Design. Most of Pineles work that she created at Contempora is very hard to find, but they are perhaps some of the most important step stones…

Aris Venetikidis: Making Sense of Maps

Aris Venetikidis begins his presentation by providing a short description of how he lives where he does today. He quickly describes how his family migrated from Asia Minor to Greece originally to escape a genocide approximately one hundred years ago. Then, he maps out how since that event, migration has remained consistent in his family’s…

Mestalla Stadium

For this project I chose the Mestalla Stadium in Valencia, Spain. It is the home stadium for Valencia’s soccer team, Valencia C.F. I visited this stadium while studying abroad two summers ago and was blown away by its unique look and how the stadium exhibits the Valencia C.F. brand. The stadium was located close to…