Anirnik Qilaq - Nomadic Light

Lightitude, CLU Foundation // Student competition Quebec / Canada / 2012

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Reinterpret a traditional component of the Inuit culture, the Inukshuk; to rework, to model and to toughen each of its constituent elements gets closer to the thought of their art, which has to be the expression of what the material contains inside. For the Inuits, any thing owns a spirit. Anirniq Qilaq, or the breath of the sky, proposes a staging of their everyday life. These radical forms, interpretationsof icebergs and rocks, aim to be discreet and alive. Some nebulas with the colors of auroras borealis parade on their surfaces, offering to the village a new vitality. These interactive elements can take place wherever. In front of our home or behind a snowmobile; seat, play area or simple light, every inhabitant becomes an owner of a constituent element of his own culture. Refills areas allow to create spaces of social interactions, inviting the inhabitants to be together again and to share. Work at Hatem+D Architecture, Québec QC, Canada
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    Reinterpret a traditional component of the Inuit culture, the Inukshuk; to rework, to model and to toughen each of its constituent elements gets closer to the thought of their art, which has to be the expression of what the material contains inside. For the Inuits, any thing owns a spirit. Anirniq Qilaq, or the breath of the sky, proposes a staging of their everyday life. These radical forms, interpretationsof icebergs and rocks, aim to be discreet and alive. Some nebulas with the colors of...

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    • Year 2012
    • Status Competition works
    • Type Urban Furniture
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