DIGITAL STUDIO - COMPONENT&SYSTEM
Prof Arch. Eran Nueman, Arch. Tamir Lavie
Inspired by "Tokyo Metabolizing", Japan’s national pavilion for the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale, which investigates architectural metabolism in the context of Tokyo and its urban make-up. The exhibition shows the ways in which Tokyo has transformed and evolved through this concept since the end of WWII, presenting the city as an ever changing and growing organism that is constantly taking new forms throughout the years.
The goal was to represent this unique urban phenomena happening in Tokyo with a digitally fabricated installation using one singular component to create the entire system, while also focusing on creating virtual experience using video mapping to translate Tokyo’s constant change and its relationship with history and modernity.