Door with Peephole

Door with Peephole is an investigation in 3-dimensional patterning afforded through oblique laminate construction techniques and the subtractive process of CNC milling. The peephole is taken as an activation device across the space of the door, registering on either side its use or non-use. Defining the inside, the peephole is pulled towards the viewing eye while the geometric ridge is a barrier pulled sharp to the outside. This dialogue privileges the viewer with the ability to access the peephole and provides a geometric index of the orientation of use.

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Digital Fabrications: Architectural and Material Techniques

Iwamoto, Lisa. Digital Fabrications: Architectural and Material Techniques. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2009.

Door with Peephole is featured in Lisa Iwamoto’s new book on digital fabrication.

 

Young Architects Exhibition at the Architecture League of New York

Betsy and Shane traveled to New York City this week to install Door with Peephole and a custom slide viewer in the gallery space of the Municipal Art Society, located in the Villard Houses at 457 Madison Avenue. We are delighted to share the exhibition space with installations from our fellow winners and look forward to our lecture later this week. Please join us on April 27th at 6pm for the lecture and opening reception of the group exhibition.

Door with Peephole exhibited at Mercer Union

Mercer Union’s “Better Living” is an exhibition and auction that celebrates 50 international artists, architects and designers and their visions of contemporary urban life.

Door with Peephole was commissioned for this event and exhibited at the Mercer Union auction preview.

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