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LifeObject is a material exploration of the relationships between the artificial and the natural in the future built environment. Its starting point is nature’s iconic model of a home - the bird’s nest; an assembly of weak and light found materials with no additional joints or glue, out of which emerges a free-form complex structure that is extremely light, robust and highly resilient.

Through an experimental process of scientific analysis, coding, material research and design, LifeObject transposes the resilient properties of a bird’s nest into an architectural form. From this material system, a new matter-structure emerges - a volumetric porous material that is lighter than feathers, a free-form structure that is stable yet flexible.

When: 2016

Where: Venice, Italy

With: Ben Bauer, Noy Lazarovich, Dr. Yael Eylat Van-Essen, Dr. Ido Bachelet

For: Venice 15th architecture biennale, Israeli pavilion

Life object installation

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Architect by profession,

interdisciplinary designer by heart

Arielle Blonder

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