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SKINS

Posted in studio 1a_2010 by andreachiney on 25 March 2010

epidermic hyperplasiasuckerPUNCH epidermic hyperplasia aThis is Architecture: Okay, I personally think is somehow unappealing but this reminds me of the beautiful versatility of Architecture. It is .everywhere.

john BECKER and sofia KRIMIZI: grown from a tissue culture extracted from the occupant, the architecture mimics the natural processes that generate the human envelope. epidermic hyperplasia is a semi-living structure consisting of human tissue cells and a pga scaffolding that provides the structure for the epidermis. the pga scaffolding is a biodegradable plastic that provides the necessary nutrients to grow the flesh; the scaffolding is consumed by the tissue as it grows eventually causing the demise of the entire system. (http://www.suckerpunchdaily.com)

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  1. mcdanza said, on 27 March 2010 at 3:10 PM

    I am creeped out by this. But it is pretty interesting.


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