Project by Lucrecia Bakir, Ana Luz Dardik, Chiara Gibertoni, Inés Lobos, Andrea Real, and Florencia Romaniello
Starting with the patterns from the Burda magazine to tailor clothes, two parts of a single garment were selected and intersected three-dimensionally, e.g., torso and sleeve. The model in real scale was oversized and inflated with a turbine to create a space that the members of the team could occupy. Three aspects the project addresses were: connection of the parts, connection to the ground, and materiality.
Close circumference line IMaterial:
50 MC Nylon crystal (3 cm. wide)
Waste bag (1 cm. by 6 cm.)
Cubic meters of air: 30 m3
Square meters of membrane: 50 m2
Membrane grams: 30 gr. per 1 m2
Total: 1,500 gr
Turbine rent: $100 per day
Waste bag: $75 (100 bags)
The idea is to generate a new space in which the relationship between interior and exterior is maintained, and where the intersections of the sleeves and torso generate a path that can address the columns found in the selected space.