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The Barcode Model

The Barcode Model

Jul 27 2011, 12:12 am 0 Marco Russo

From an idea by Adam Rhoades, an architecture student in Mississippi, was born a project that mixes materials unusual for building elements and architectural models: lime wood scraps and leftovers patterned with bar codes, normally used to contain information to read and decode. Alternative forms, intersecting planes spilling over simple geometries, in a sort of continuity between inside and outside, able to expand and broaden the perception of the structure. A materic union between the spaces and the rhythmic alternation of lines, the graphic elements that characterize the bar code, implementing the metaphysical evolution of the structure, giving rise to “Barcode Model”, a model of conceptual space.

Designer: Adam Rhoades

Tags: architecture creative design designer recycled wood

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