Mobile Architecture Twists and Morphs in Futuristic Cityscapes by AUJIK


In “Spatial Bodies: Hong Kong & Shenzhen,” the self-described “mysterious nature/tech cult” AUJIKimagines a Hong Kong and Shenzhen with architecture that shifts and moves seemingly on its own just like live organisms. Using AI and AR technologies, artist and AUJIK founder Stefan Larsson created the short film that depicts a futuristic cityscape with contracting and expanding buildings that are far from resembling typical rectangular skyscrapers. AUJIK’s creature-like structures often have an element similar to limbs or tails, in addition to facades with rounded edges that mimic moving bodies. It is a sequel to a previous project that centered Osaka.[…]

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1 Response to Mobile Architecture Twists and Morphs in Futuristic Cityscapes by AUJIK

  1. That really looks futuristic. Some buildings look like transformers …

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