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centre pompidou drawn pavilion advanced design studies university of tokyo Mutations Créations Imprimer le Monde

centre pompidou drawn pavilion advanced design studies university of tokyo Mutations Créations Imprimer le Monde

centre pompidou drawn pavilion advanced design studies university of tokyo Mutations Créations Imprimer le Monde TーADS is proud to announce the work of alumni Kevin Clement and Anders Rod is being featured at the Centre Pompidou Museum in Paris, France. The exhibit, originally conceived as the Harvesting Plasticity graduate research project, is a hanging work featured as a part of the Mutations/Créations event. The event aims to bring together design, architecture, and music.

This work is included as a part of the Imprimer le Monde exhibition, a collection of works exploring the use of the digital for 3D creations.

Mutations / Créations Imprimer le Monde, A Collective Exhibition Centre Pompidou, Paris, France 15 March – 19 June, 2017 Galerie 4, level 1

(Mutations / Créations details via Centre Pompidou)

Project Credits University of Tokyo Advanced Design Studies Unit (TーADS) Professors: Yusuke Obuchi, Kengo Kuma, Manabu Chiba Core research: Kevin Clement, Anders Rod Project Coordinators: Kevin Clement, Shuntaro Nozawa Project Team: Jiang Lai, Deborah Lopez, Hadin Charbel, Mika Portugaise, Chen Xiaoke, Ruta Stankeviciute, Hirokazu Tei, Wu Ziyi, Alric Lee, Nathalia Rotelli, Emi Shiraishi, Veronika Smetanina, Tom Moss, Yang Ao, Tyler Mcbeth

Jun Sato Lab Professor: Jun Sato Project Team: Mika Araki, Ying Xu

Video Production: Deborah Lopez, Hadin Charbel

Special thanks to: Kengo Kuma and Associates, The University of Tokyo Department of Architecture École Spéciale d’Architecture

Gallery of Construction Images

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Timelapse Video of Installation (courtesy Centre Pompidou)

Students

  • Kevin Clement
  • Anders Rod

Professor

  • Yusuke OBUCHI

Course Assistants

  • Toshikatsu KIUCHI

Waste food at convenience stores is collected and transformed into a bioplastic material. This bioplastic can be used to create architecture.

コンビニエンスストアで廃棄食品を収集し、バイオ・プラスチック素材として再利用します。このバイオ・プラスチックを建築で使用します。

Waste food collected from convenience stores is collected. A large amount of food is wasted every day at Tokyo convenience stores and the waste has potential as a resource.

コンビニエンスストアから集めた廃棄食品を活用します。毎日、多量の食糧が東京のコンビニから廃棄されており、資源としての可能性があります。

The material is transformed into a bioplastic which hardens after a period of time.

材料は、一定の時間が経つと硬化するバイオ・プラスチックに変換されます。

The bioplastic is used with a 3D drawing pen and architecture can be “drawn” by a user.

バイオ・プラスチックは、 3 D描画ペンによって用いられ、ユーザーが建築を「描く」ことができます。

The project proposes a use for waste food and in creating the temporary architecture, produces a community gathering space.

このプロジェクトは、食品廃棄物の再利用した仮説建築によって、近隣コミュニティーの人々が集まることのできるスペースを提供します。

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