Crumpled Sheets

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1992-1996 This drawing shows the way a ‘crumpled sheet’ may function: as a sun protection over public spaces and buildings.
-architectural principles
-irregular shapes Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 This collage shows the way a ‘crumpled sheet’ may function: as a sun protection over public spaces and buildings.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 This collage shows the way a ‘crumpled sheet’ may function: as a sun protection over public spaces and buildings.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 This photo montage shows the way a ‘crumpled sheet’ may function: as a sun protection over the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, (Israel).
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Friedman finds that random and irregular structures can strengthen constructions.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Friedman finds that random and irregular structures can strengthen constructions.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Friedman finds that random and irregular structures can strengthen constructions.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Friedman finds that random and irregular structures can strengthen constructions.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Friedman finds that random and irregular structures can strengthen constructions.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Friedman finds that random and irregular structures can strengthen constructions.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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1992-1996 Model of a ‘crumpled sheet’ structure. Friedman claims that irregular shapes are as sturdy as conventional shapes if not more so. He demonstrates this by showing that a crumpled piece of paper has a rigidity due to its creases, unlike the flat sheet.
Themes: -architectural principles
-irregular shapes
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis