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s Daniel Kis

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2010-2016

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about me Daniel Kiss Hungary 2000, Szentendre, Pismรกny str. 32. k23daniel@yahoo.com +36 30 966 03 28


education

2013-16 | Master of architecture, University of West Hungary, Institute of Applied Arts 2010-13 | Bachelor of architecture, University of West Hungary, Institute of Applied Arts 2009-10 | Corvin Drawing School, Budapest 2008-09 | Montázs Rajzstúdió, Budapest 2003-09 | Alternatív Közgazdasági Gimnázium, Budapest experience

2016 |Hello Wood, Budapest 2015 | MORFO Architecture & Design, Szombathely - Interior designer 2013/2015 | Modelart, Sopron - Model making study tour

2016 | Venice Architecture Biennale 2015 | Salone de mobile, Milano 2014 | Campus Hungary scholarship- Los Angeles, Ca, USA (3 months) 2012 | Venice Architecture Biennale events

2012-16 | Re-founder member of the WorkShopron Artistic Student College 2015 | AmiZoom Exhibition of the Art Camp of first year students - leader, 2015 | AmiZoom Art Camp, Orfalu, Vendvidék - leader, photographer 2015 | Sections of USA, photo exhibition of the 3 months scholarship - exhibitor 2014 | Amihangszer Art Camp, Orfalu, Vendvidék - leader, photographer 2013 | Na mi a helyzet? Exhibition of the Art Camp - leader 2013 | Amihangszer Art Camp, Orfalu, Vendvidék - leader, photographer Amihangszer Art 2012 | Camp, Keserűszer, Őrség - leader 2012 | AMInvázió Exhibition, Sokszem Galéria, Bp. - organizer, exhibited works 2012/2014 | Venice Architecture Biennale, Hungarian Pavilon, exhibited work language

2009 | English Intermediate „B” type exam Hungarian - native computer skills

Archicad, Artlantis, Rhinoceros 3d + Vray, Adobe Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, Resolume Arena, Ableton Live other

photography, cinematography, sound production, video mapping community organizing, event organizing


contents architecture competitions sculpture studies experimentations photography


architecture

Thesis Work: Aliquam Campus building for studios Homeless shelter Visitor Center competitions

Falco pavilion Budapest Box sculpture

Facade Torso Spatial Nexus experimentations

3D Projection - Roman ruins, Sopron 3D Projection - Russ Villa, Sopron AMIHangSzer Art Camp photography

The Blueshift Architectural photography


COAL LOADER

SOUND

SOUNDARCHITECTURE

SILENCE

LANDSCAPE

ESZTERGOM

ATMOSPHERE

SHIP CEMETERY

HYDROSPHERE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

SPACE

FLOATING PAVILION

NOISE

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

SEASONAL

REUSE OF A CONSTRUCTION

CHOREOGRAPHY

LOCATION

PERFORMANCE SPACE

PERFORMANCE ART

FEHÉR ÚTI LAKE

AMBIENT

ABSTRACT SPATIAL USE

SOPRON

thesis work aliquam

My thesis work covers an exploration of the invisible energy fields, relating to architecture itself and daily common problems as well. Working with a deep analyzing attitude towards the spatially perceiving and experiencing human being, besides explore the auditive and psychological aspects and effects of the architectural space. The interaction between sound and architecture methodizes several configurations, which are presented in different intepretations, through the cognitive-explorative path.

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TOUR

USEAGE

MEDIUM

ACOUSTICS

PILISMARÓT

SOUND AND MAN

SOUND ENVIRONMENT PERCEPTION

MOBILITY

LOCOMOTION

DANUBE

STAGE DESI

• HUNGARY


IGN

Y

CONSTRUCTION

DEPLOYABLE STRUCTURE

ORIGAMI

LOTUS

BIOMIMETICS

OBJECT

RESPONSIVE

INSTANT

NOISE POLLUTION

EVENT

STREAM SPACE

AURAL SPACE

APPLICATION ATTRIBUTION INSTALLATION MODE

MOVEMENT THEATRE

HYDROPOWER

TENSILED MEMBRANE

DUNA

ON WATER ADAPTAION

•

PORTAL

INTROVERT

BUDAPEST

We live in an age over-receiving information, where most of the

MEDITATIVE

DISTRACT

DRAMATURGY

PERFORMANCE

FLOATHING

is resonating, moreover we are emitting resonance also. These

circulated impulse is apprehended in a generated and in a mostly vibrations are specified in different spreads and amplitude, so the digital way, as a huge set of information. The amount of the

most of the living things around us can be coded with frequency.

arriving information is more that we can perceive, however only

Entering into an architectural space, we are immediately adapting

very few pieces of information can be concerned as relevant.

to the environment empirically, thus it effects us unconsciously,

Basis of my proposition details the noise pollution of the built

depending on the quality of the spatial performance, We hear,

environment and the ignored acoustic factors of architecture.

we see and perceive, then react to it with different forms of

Basically, we experience, identify and inhale space with our sense

behaviour. My intention is to draw attention to this perceptional

organs. Then, these impulses effect us psychologically, which

problem, throughout my work I react to these phenomenons in

results in feeling well or bad in a certain space. The environment

an architectural context while analyzing several aspects.

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HYDROP

MOVEMENT THEATRE

USEAGE

the lake, the concept is focused on the SOUND AND MAN

STAGE DESIGN

PERFORMANCE SPACE

LOCATION

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

MEDIUM

ORI

APPL

N

ACOUSTICS

NOISE

SOUND ENVIRONMENT

DANUBE, HUNGARY

E

NOISE

ACOUSTICS SPACE

ATMOSPHERE

CONSTRU

locomotion, temporality, furthermore using

LANDSCAPE

SOUND

contains the actuation of the construction,

CONSTRUCTIO

DEPLOYABLE STRUCTURE

COAL LOADER

DEPLOYABLE STRUCTURE

TOUR

TOUR

the concept follows from its usage, which

SILENCE

ESZTERGOM

PERCEPTION

REUSE OF A CONSTRUCTION

PILISMARÓT

ed from its temporality. The guideline of

NDARCHITECTURE

but the mode of the adaptation is proceed-

the space in variable modes.

HYDROSPHERE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

SOUND ENVIRONMENT

planned to be enviromentally fitting.

AMBIENT

lake. To emphasize the temporary use of

PERFORMANCE ART

in order to keep the untouched of the

space. The site of the deployment is

The site does not fit into its surroundings,

LOCOMOTION

CHOREOGRAPHY

SOPRON

• FEHÉR ÚTI LAKE

LOCATION

space, the deployment should be limited,

mobility and the variability of the built

Locomotion.

ABSTRACT SPATIAL USE

ABSTRACT SPATIAL USE

APP

OR TOUR

AMBIENT PERFORMANCE ART

REUSE OF A CONSTRUCTION

SEASONAL

PERFORMANCE SPACE

FLOATING PAVILION

In the course of designing in a natural

MOBILITY

PILISMARÓT

• SHIP CEMETERY

MEDIUM

Temporary | Locospecific.

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

SOUND AND MAN

ATMOSPHERE

LANDSCAPE

SILENCE

DEPLOYABLE STRUCTURE

FLOATING PAVILION

USEAGE

CONSTRUCTI

REUSE OF SEASONAL

PILISMARÓT

• SHIP CEMETERY

MOBILITY

HYDROSPHERE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

SHIP CEMETERY

SOUNDARCHITECTURE

ESZTERGOM

SEASONAL

ESZTERGOM

FLOATING PAVILION

FEHÉR ÚTI LAKE, SOPRON

COAL LOADER

MOBILITY

COAL LOADER

HYDROSPHERE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

CHOREOGRAPHY

REUSE OF A CONSTRUCTION

PILISMARÓT

SEASONAL

USEAGE

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ATMOSPHERE

consol structure above the water.

LANDSCAPE

CHOREOGRAPHY

ment and able to extend itself to a

SHIP CEMETERY, PILISMARÓT

FLOATING PAVILION

deploy itself from the cargo compart-

SHIP CEMETERY

MOBILITY

I imagine a kind of structure, which can

SILENCE

dominate object of the landscape.

SOUNDARCHITECTURE

USEAGE

loader is showing up as an absurde and

cemetery as a base, this spot could be the starting point of the locomotion.

SOUND AND MAN

SOUND AND MAN

HYDROSPHERE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

ESZTERGOM

and timeless environment around the coal

In case of using one barge of the ship

MEDIUM

ATMOSPHERE

makes the atmosphere mystical. This unique

.

SOUND ENVIRONMENT

LANDSCAPE

COAL LOADER

SILENCE

SOUND ENVIRONMENT MEDIUM

Userspecific.

It is a very strong appearance visually, which

PTION

UNDARCHITECTURE

ON

COAL LOADER, ESZTERGOM

Atmosphere of an art piece.


APP

CHOREOGRAPHY

the designing of the construction. The kinetic performance of the object is SOUND AND MAN

HYDROSPHERE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

based on the conception where the artificially created water - human - urban connections melting into one substance.

TOUR

DEPLOYABLE STRUCTURE

MEDIUM

ATMOSPHERE

CHOREOGRAPHY

REUSE OF

PILISMARÓT

SEASONAL

USEAGE

FLOATHING

9 N

SHIP CEMETERY

FLOATING PAVILION

Furthermore, it proves the significance of

CONSTRUCTIO

ORI

APPL

HYDROPO

ABSTRACT SPATIAL USE

DEPLOYABLE STRUCTURE

USEAGE

LANDSCAPE

MOBILITY

TOUR

AMBIENT

of using Danube as an urban space.

SILENCE

ESZTERGOM

REUSE OF A CONSTRUCTION

sive behavior highlights the existence of urban noise pollution with audio-visual

CONSTRU

SOUND ENVIRONMENT

PILISMARÓT

NDARCHITECTURE

one construction. The ability of respon-

relations between man and water.

USEAGE

SEASONAL

energy functions as an essence during

performance of the event are all part of

methods. This is an alternative form SOUND AND MAN

FLOATING PAVILION

empiric values, where the urban nascent

ESZTERGOM

SOUND AND MAN

PERFORMANCE ART

REUSE OF A CONSTRUCTION

PILISMARÓT

SEASONAL

HYDROSPHERE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

PERFORMANCE SPACE

MOVEMENT THEATRE

DANUBE, BUDAPEST

built on mobile principles, based on

ATMOSPHERE

MEDIUM

LOCATION

FLOATING PAVILION

SHIP CEMETERY

MOBILITY

SOPRON

STAGE DESIGN

MEDIUM

I create a network of ideas, theoritically,

FLOATING PAVILION SEASONAL The position, userMOBILITY dramaturgy and the

HYDROSPHERE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

SOUND ENVIRONMENT

CEPTION

LOTUS

Offbeat.

SHIP CEMETERY

LANDSCAPE

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

ATMOSPHERE

SHIP CEMETERY

Responsive. COAL LOADER

SILENCE

NOISE

LANDSCAPE

SILENCE

CHOREOGRAPHY

LOCOMOTION

SOUNDARCHITECTURE

FEHÉR ÚTI LAKE

USEAGE

ABSTRACT SPATIAL USE

become a noisy and unpleasant medium. COAL LOADER • ESZTERGOM

PILISMARÓT

point of view of the adaption of space.

MOBILITY

SOUNDARCHITECTURE

urbanistic nature, moreover an emerging

SOUND ENVIRONMENT

ACOUSTICS

AMBIENT

ception. In our common knowledge, it has

OR

ior on the water - hydrospace - within its

The Danube runs across the city, and

but the intense traffic eliminates this per-

REUSE OF A CONSTRUCTION

SOUND

connection with the architectural behavPERCEPTION

SPACE

SOUND AND MAN

PERFORMANCE ART

HYDROSPHERE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

PERFORMANCE SPACE

ESZTERGOM

transportion aspects. The exploration is in

adaptation to the urbanistic space.

Often, we associate calmness with water,

DEPLOYABLE STRUCTURE

sions, according to functionality and

path of the construction, shows its

hydrospace becomes a border surface.

TOUR

method enables to extend its dimen•

ATMOSPHERE

MEDIUM

LOCATION

divides it into Buda and Pest, while the

ing. The biomimetic mode of the folding

COAL LOADER

LANDSCAPE

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

The programmatically formulated hydro

The ability of locomotion and selfextendCOAL LOADER

SILENCE

NOISE

SOUND ENVIRONMENT

ACOUSTICS

Urbanistic.

CONSTRUCTI

UNDARCHITECTURE

ON

CE

D

CONSTRUCTION

Kinetic.


This design scheme lets the ground-space expand, by the way of its folding properties, furthermore, several use of space is presented in the expanding and contracting performance. The variations of deploying the object, gives different alternatives of setting up a multidisciplinary performing arts scene.

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SPACE

SILENCE

LANDSCAPE

ACOUSTICS

NOISE

LOCATION

MEDIUM

ATMOSPHERE

FEHÉ

PERFORMANCE

HYDROSPHERE LA

ESZTERGOM

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

SOUND ENVIRONMENT

SOUNDARCHITECTURE

PERCEPTION

SOUND

COAL LOADER

LOTUS. CONFIGURATION OF A RESPONSIVE DEPLOYABLE FLOATING OBJECT

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FLOATHINGS

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The design of a responsive spatial structure on the Danube area of Budapest. The aim is to reconnect the river to the city with different types of floating adaptations as well as to find a new opportunity to let the river become a public urban space with the presentation of deployable structures on the water. Previously arisen attributes, namely, the temporary using, the adaptation to the urban area and more solutions are all part of the constructions leading to the creation of valuable social events.

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The location of the event is not static but been organized in a network of floating objects on the Danube. One of them is mobile, so the aim of the performance is composed as a journey. The starting point is located alongside the Margaret bridge, where a portal is created for mentally and emotionally preparing the visitors for the experience.

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PORTAL TRANSITION

DOCK

LOTUS

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campus building for studios Location: Sopron, Hungary | Project year: 2014 I designed an architectural expansion for the campus of our university, the Institute of Applied Arts. The strictly designed timber framing gives spaces for a unique use of working and community areas.

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közösségi tér / kiállítótér

előadó

lounge

előadó intézegazgató

tárgyaló, fogadó

wc

wc

0.500

tároló / raktár

14,200

0,080 0,080 2,500

0,900

könyvtár

tanulmányi osztály

1,700

3,000

2,500

1,000 0,080

akciótér

7,500

Renderfarm Szerverfarm

15,200

0,150

0,150

2,300

0,600

sokszorosító grafika

olvasótér

21,200

Modellező

2,700

8,000

Raktár

6,400

3,500

3,500

9,000

A

lounge

művészellátó nyomda

fogadótér

terasz

szendvicsbár

1,300

8,300

6,300

1,400

5,600

8,100

2,400

38,000

B

3,600

Alkalmi előadó

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C

D 0,500

1,660

5,500

5,000

5,000 29,500

5,000

5,000

1,930


D

C

The expansion stays separated from the existing building, in consequence the connection between them is designed in a form of a court The concept allows the court to be the part of the campus, where the students can spend their time with study, work or just relax.

Renderfarm Szerverfarm Stúdiótér

The ground floor contains the foyer and a community area, plus an open space for

Raktár

workshops. There are more open studios

B

located on the upper levels, which can be rented by design studios permanently.

A

Teakonyha

Stúdiótér

D

C

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homeless shelter Location: Sopron, Hungary | Project year: 2015 Sopron has a low number of homeless people, still there is a official accomodation maintained for them, where they can stay and eat, for a solid fee, in case of registering on a daily basis. Having one fixed condition: lack of space, my concept is to design a low budget, lightweight construction, where the needy people can live a more habitual life.

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gépészet Mosókonyha

A: 13,596 m2

A: 11,603 m2

H H

Fészer / Tár H H

oló Műhely A: 44,419 m2

Terasz A: 24,094 m2 Melegítő Konyha / Étkező

H

T

A: 26,959 m2

Nappali melegedő A: 37,563 m2

Fogadótér

Gépészet

A: 17,497 m2

A: 7,751 m2

0,2 50

2 2,3 ,800 00 0,2 50

Női Menedék Szállás

0,2 50

A: 45,262 m2 Iroda A: 9,206 m2

6,9 00 7,4 00

Férfi Menedék Szállás

0,2 50

A: 133,185 m2

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H

H

H


The one story building follows the geometry of the property line, which creates a court in the center of the site. The architectural concept is based on the idea of motivate the homeless people to socialize with each other and start to live a desirable life again. Accordingly, the community and private areas are designed with the aim of architectural balance.

There are three different types of living modules, the daily - a large common space to sleep - the monthly accomodation - rental apartments - and the third that has more comfortable private space for the already employed.

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12,230 3,300

0,100

3,300

0,100

2,480

0,100

2,480

0,180

0,800

1,700

0,800

0,100

0,600

két személyes átmeneti szállás

1,080

0,800

0,100

egy személyes átmeneti szállás

H

1,080

0,600

egy személyes átmeneti szállás

H

H

0,180

0,500

0,670

1,000

2,400

1,000

0,670

0,950

0,550

1,000

1,200

1,000

0,550 0,380

0,180

0,250

0,980

H

0,800

5,200

0,100

4,700

0,800

0,050 0,540 0,390

1,700 két személyes átmeneti szállás

0,750

0,800

2,000

0,250

0,180

+3,000 +2,600 +2,100

+0,800

±0,000

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visitor center of sopron Location: Sopron, Hungary | Project year: 2013 The great past of Sopron demands a common space where its historical values are projected as an exhibition or installation. The center is located in a suburban area, next to the Roman Amphitheatre ruins, on a hillside. The concept was to create a portal for the amphitheatre area, which is incorporated in a folding-like structure, adapted to its sloping environment.

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The architectural concept was to create with the idea of determining the visitor’s route through the building till the amphitheatre. The center is approachable from South, entering on a ramp, continouing into two kind of interior side by side, where the exhibition and the lounge take place. The exit

B

ends North arriving at the amphitheatre.

54,571 13,227

15,018

23,767

B2

2,561

2,40

2,40

-0,300

1,72

2,85 0,41

2,56

5,00

0,10 Raktár 15 m2

3,40 Női WC 10 m2

0,10 2,50 Férfi WC 7 m2

0,10

14,64

-0,30

8,50

0,41

0,10

0,43

Gépészet 23 m2

8,00

5,60

0,10

0,10

0,43

3,00

3,43 7,50

±0,000

A Kiállítótér 138 m2

7,00

Kávézó 80 m2 1,72

4,30

A

1,80

1,80

0,41

1,80

B2

1,72

B

0,41

-0,600

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falco pavilion Location | Szombathely, Hungary Project year |2014 Client | Falco Wood Industry Our university is in contact with Falco Wood Industry, who produces commodity for furniture and interior applications. An exhibition was organized which presented the new collection of the chipboards. Our project was to design a pavilion using the pieces of this new collection. It showed the new trends with some spatial experience for the partners and for those visitors who had been already attended the exhibition.

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budapest box Location: Budapest, Hungary | Project year: 2015 A competition had been announced for designing stand-units for the Christmas fair in the heart of Budapest. The major aim of the project was to create visually organic units which can be connected to each other while extending their dimensions to develop a Christmas village. Additionally, the modular design system becomes easy to transport as well as flexible for several structuring variations,

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+271

+179

+109

+0,00 -

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facade torso Location: Sopron, Hungary | Project year 2013 The cityscape of Sopron is still a unique treasure with its two thousand years of architecture history. Sadly many parts are demolished with the exception of a few inconspicous elements that are still noticeable on the facades. In the 17th century a large conflagration did a huge damage to the gothic style buildings. The elements of the facade were walled up and the renovation was progressed in baroque style. During the II. World War, Sopron was damaged by several bombs and these hidden gothic elements

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appeared again by the crashed down facades.


The historic preservation focused on renovating with keeping the original medieval window openings. Nowadays if one visits Sopron, one definitely discovers this conventional atmosphere among the hidden stories of the oldtown.

The aim of the project was to introduce the hidden gothic elements of facade in torso sculptures made of gypsum. Especially, I focused on the narrow gothic style openings hidden behind the baroque style facades.

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spatial nexus Location: Sopron, Hungary | Project year: 2013 In Sopron people have been living for more than two thousand years in the same place. The story of the buildings is continuously changing throughout the ages, yet this whole progress can be reviewed in the present by observing the current status of the city. The gypsum sculptures were intended to visually describe the spaces of the oldtown and the urban atmosphere including historic values.

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3D projection | roman ruins Location: Sopron, Hungary | Project year: 2014 I have a stong interest in other aspects of understanding architectural space. I took part in the creation of audio-visual perfomances with a deep experimental approach. This projection took place at an ancient Roman environment in Sopron. The mapping projection was based on three differently angled surface of the place, including two sides of the medieval bailey and the Roman house ruins.

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3D projection | russ villa Location: Sopron, Hungary | Project year: 2013 The Russ Villa is an old deserted house, located in the inner city of Sopron, yet in a hidden position, in the middle of a block. An event was organized to open this isolated property to the public for a day, with interactive programs that shed light on the potential values of the area. In order to find the atmosphere visually more impressive, we organized a projection on its facade, in an analog way with an overhead projector reflecting the mesmerizing floating of ink and oil.

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amihangszer art camp Location: Orfalu, Hungary | Project year: 2012-16 The title AMIHangSzer is the official name of the art camp of first year students, which was organized by us, in the fabolous natural environment of VendvidĂŠk country, Orfalu. The aim of the camp is to establish a community, which they become a valid part of and active members afterwards. During the camp it is a tradition to build a pavilion together, as a common area, where events, workshops are organized, with a video projecting during the evenings.

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the blueshift As if the ink flow can be projected to a facade, it can also be a macroscopic scale. This photography experiment is about 70x blow up on mixed liquids, such as ink, oil and soap in artificial light and in sunlight. The refraction of the light on the transparent liquids have the major role of this photoshoot.

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view of hollywood

los angeles, california usa

2014 68


photography architecture landscape spatial textures

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amsterdam the netherlands

2016

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los angeles

california, usa

2014

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london united kingdom

2015

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venice italy

2016

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florence italy

2016

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new york, manhattan usa

2014

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amsterdam the netherlands

2016

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rotterdam the netherlands

2016

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london united kingdom

2015

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london united kingdom

2015

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florence italy

2016

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new york usa

2014

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Architecture Portfolio / 2016 / Daniel Kiss / Institute of Applied Arts  
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