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Supporting the bold and inspirational identity of The Student Hotel, a graphic – and second – layer was implemented portraying club-scene and street-art murals instead of traditional paintings. Also old illustrations from study books, graphic blow-ups and unexpected color statements were directly composed onto the walls offering a colorful contrast with the coarse concrete frames of the building.
Now at the halfway point of the six month long World Expo in Milan, in which 145 countries are participating in a concentration of national spectacle surrounding the theme of \”feeding the planet,\” Rotterdam\’s Nieuwe Instituut (HNI) — the centre for architecture in the Netherlands—is exhibiting an altogether more reflective display of national civic pride.
DUNE 4.1 MAASTUNNEL is a public, interactive landscape placed in the Maastunnel for the Rotterdam 2007 City of Architecture. With its upgraded embedded technologies, this enlarged interactive artwork reacts to the sounds and motions of the people daily passing by. DUNE 4.1 is a sensual layer of interaction over the existing architecture of the Maastunnel in Rotterdam, NL.