Today, we are going to bring you a pretty sweet built project. URBANbuild is sort of the other side of the coin from Rural Studio, a studio designed to create a small home through student work in the urban areas of New Orleans. Take a look at one of the recent builds from the studio, Prototype 04.
Tulane architecture students in Ammar Eloueini’s Digital Fabrication class have created a pretty interesting little installation. Starting with the idea of anamorphic graphics, the students created a structure that appears as one form when viewed correctly, but is made up of different pieces, each unique. The pieces range in depth, up to 10 inches thick, where the form acts as a bookshelf.