[Design plans for five proposed experiments at GlassLab] [electronic resource].

Title: 
[Design plans for five proposed experiments at GlassLab] [electronic resource].
Author/Artist: 
Leong, Chris.
Publisher: 
2012.
Description: 
1 computer file.
Other Authors: 
Leong, Dominic.
Bib ID: 
133529
Notes: 
Design plans include text and images describing the "translation of a legible figure into a field of figures by blending four shapes into a single topological environment" as illustrated by their previous Turning Pink installation in New York in 2010. Illustrations included from installation as well as diagrams for each of the five experiments.
Chris and Dominic Leong collaborated with gaffers Eric Meek, Adam Holtzinger, and Chris Rochelle July 1 and 14, 2012 during their time at GlassLab at Governors Island; these design drawings were not turned into glass or the glass was not kept.
The Leong brothers founded Leong Leong Architecture, a New York-based design office practicing in the fields of architecture and culture, in 2009. They believe that the practice of architecture gains relevance through a constant dialogue with other disciplines, cultures, thinkers, and makers.
GlassLab provides an opportunity for designers and glassmakers to collaborate by using hot glass as a catalyst for innovation.
Contents: 
Page [1]. Figure to figure --
Page [2]. Turning Pink installation --
Page [3]. Turning Pink installation --
Page [4]. Experiment #1, three figures joined --
Page [5]. Experiment #2, four figures joined --
Page [6]. Experiment #3, four figures create void --
Page [7]. Experiment #4, figure divided --
Page [8]. Experiment #5, figure multiplied.
Series: 
GlassLab preparatory drawing