Cultural center architecture case study
Together with our partnering agency Kingdom X, we designed and developed a set of advanced applications that connected with various hardware devices to form interactive installations for exhibits within the museum complex. By connecting innovative technologies, we created 33 applications that enable all visitors of the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre to explore, play, interact and learn about the world. Applications we designed and developed connect to various different hardware devices like robotic controllers, motion sensors, touch screens, projections, DMX light controllers and RFID sensors. Through the applications, museum visitors have the ability to take on the roles of scientists, experiment and learn about environment, history, art, space, energy and a variety of other topics. To make the museum look and feel immersive, applications and installations use different sensors to enable all visitors to interact with them via motion, touch, proximity or remote controls.
Scitech: Case Study 1-Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Center – melissajbrooks
Where would we be without trees? They're such an important part of the natural world, it's no surprise that trees inspire art, design and architecture with their elegance, strength and sense of history. These 14 architectural works, including memorials, restaurants, commercial structures and public pavilions, have. De situatie en omstandigheden zijn bij elk huis weer anders. Dat maakt het creatieve proces juist zo mooi.
Scitech: Case Study 1-Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Center
A Pritzker Prize-winning Italian architect Renzo Piano is known for utilizing modern solutions in his designs, but he never limited himself in expanding his views that are seen in the Jean-Marie Cultural Center, the project which Renzo Piano was assigned to after winning the invite-only competition. Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre is dedicated to the leader who led the Independence Movement, Jean-Marie Tjibaou, who pictured a cultural center that had the artistic heritage and linguistics of the Kanak civilization. This structure stands beautifully on the Tinu Peninsula, which is around 8 kilometers from the Historic Centre of Noumea the capital city of New Caledonia and displays the culture of New Caledonia, and the Kanak culture both. The Center, enclosed by water from three sides by a lagoon and the Pacific Ocean, consists of a group of small huts, also called cases, and trees.
Construction began in and was completed in Bund is a Chinese word describing an embankment. The Shanghai Bund has grown in fame since the first British company opened an office there in Around the beginning of the 20th century the area became increasingly populated by banks and by was well-known for its financial institutions. Over the years much building work has taken place and in an unoccupied site was designated for an upmarket development.