In between the GAP - Work Process May 09th by Duy Phan by Duy Phan


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Originally published at: https://www.ronenbekerman.com/?p=128580

The ARM – Work Update May 9th

‘The visual of the not actual physical built structure, but it’s communication method.’
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Hi guys, Have you ever been in the SHED NYC before?
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I wonder if there will be a new iconic addition to Hudson Yards, which could be a better place to introduce the development design to the public than the SHED_the Bloomberg building’s public gallery!
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“The Shed commissions original works of art, across all disciplines, for all audiences. We bring together established and emerging artists in fields ranging from hip hop to classical music, painting to digital media, theatre to literature, and sculpture to dance.”
theshed.org/about
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Imagine the year 2030, when Related Group decides to share the new vision for Hudson Yards with the ARM Skyline. Having a strong cultural and artistic community connection, the SHED would be a perfect spot to host the exhibition to propose a new landmark to New Yorkers and visitors.
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Since the competition gives us the chance to have an actual design and to tell a story about the ideas behind that through visual connection, considering how to structure a story around the ARM idea, I divide it into chapters. And what you are looking at is chapter One_The ARM 2030, before any brick is built and visual memory is what the project uses to convey its message.
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From many sources including Diller Scofidio + Renfro public work, Related Group page and online architecture archives such as Archdaily and Dezeen, I collected images that show the interior space of the SHED gallery for a reference to rebuilding the design in 3D for this virtual exhibition.
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There will be two chapters to continue.
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Can you guess which phases of the project development the chapters can be placed to unfold the future-history of the ARM?
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Thank you for reading, and it’s always much welcome to hear your thoughts about the work’s update!
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Warm Regards,
Duy Phan


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Hi Duy Pan, I think this is a brilliant idea. A 3d model became a real model in a 3d model.
Beautiful concept and well balanced image.
Keep going mate.


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Thanks a lot @Flow very glad you liked the idea! :blush: :fist:

Cheers,
Duy Phan


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Yeah I got to agree with Flow ! Brilliant idea and great atmosphere.