Physics Room Ceiling Exhibition

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Group Exhibition: 'Thinking about building'

Sophie Bannan, Andrew Just, Amiria Kiddle, Mark Leong & Nick Sargent, Nicholas Mangan, Hamish Shaw, Blaine Western

 

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Hamish Shaw

Lounge den 2014

 

Architect Hamish Shaw has designed a radiant ceiling feature - a prototype for a house renovation - that creates an inviting reading area for the exhibition. The original project was based on the idea of enclosing a space to create an atmospheric environment that maintained a strong relationship to the outside. The spherical ceiling works to both illuminate and provide acoustic dampening. The curved detailing draws attention upward, the structural grid extrudes into the space like a sun pressing down from above. Shaw has provided a space that is illuminating, a constructed phenomena that engages the senses.

 

Melanie Oliver - Director

​Type: Installation / Group Exhibition

Client: Physics Room Art Gallery

Collaborator: Ben Sitler (Arup)

Size: 4sqm

Location: Christchurch

Status: Completed

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Physics Room Ceiling Exhibition

Group Exhibition: 'Thinking about building'

Sophie Bannan, Andrew Just, Amiria Kiddle, Mark Leong & Nick Sargent, Nicholas Mangan, Hamish Shaw, Blaine Western

 

Curators Text:

 

Hamish Shaw

Lounge den 2014

 

Architect Hamish Shaw has designed a radiant ceiling feature - a prototype for a house renovation - that creates an inviting reading area for the exhibition. The original project was based on the idea of enclosing a space to create an atmospheric environment that maintained a strong relationship to the outside. The spherical ceiling works to both illuminate and provide acoustic dampening. The curved detailing draws attention upward, the structural grid extrudes into the space like a sun pressing down from above. Shaw has provided a space that is illuminating, a constructed phenomena that engages the senses.

 

Melanie Oliver - Director

​Type: Installation / Group Exhibition

Client: Physics Room Art Gallery

Collaborator: Ben Sitler (Arup)

Size: 4sqm

Location: Christchurch

Status: Completed

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Physics Room Ceiling Exhibition

Group Exhibition: 'Thinking about building'

Sophie Bannan, Andrew Just, Amiria Kiddle, Mark Leong & Nick Sargent, Nicholas Mangan, Hamish Shaw, Blaine Western

 

Curators Text:

 

Hamish Shaw

Lounge den 2014

 

Architect Hamish Shaw has designed a radiant ceiling feature - a prototype for a house renovation - that creates an inviting reading area for the exhibition. The original project was based on the idea of enclosing a space to create an atmospheric environment that maintained a strong relationship to the outside. The spherical ceiling works to both illuminate and provide acoustic dampening. The curved detailing draws attention upward, the structural grid extrudes into the space like a sun pressing down from above. Shaw has provided a space that is illuminating, a constructed phenomena that engages the senses.

 

Melanie Oliver - Director

​Type: Installation / Group Exhibition

Client: Physics Room Art Gallery

Collaborator: Ben Sitler (Arup)

Size: 4sqm

Location: Christchurch

Status: Completed

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