Archive for the ‘Urban’ Category

I scream.

March 24, 2014

Love the artwork on the best ice cream shop in Islands Brygge, maybe in the whole of Copenhagen.

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Secret sketches session

March 6, 2014

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More stylish signs

April 19, 2013

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Archived architecture

April 19, 2013

In an attempt to find original drawings of my newly acquired apartment, I found myself digging through the city’s archives. Presented with original ink drawings and ancient parchments, I marvelled at the evolution of hand writing and typography throughout the ages and at the care that went into preserving these since the early 19th century.

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Vintage signage

February 26, 2013

The lucky 331 inhabitants of Merrey sur Arce can admire these rare wonders dating back from – my guess – the fifties for the metal plate prohibiting beggary and the seventies for the adorable Alfa Romeo speed limit and serifed weight limitation.

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Truly Daring School

February 9, 2013

The seven-graders of Tove Ditlevsen School created this sizeable wooden structure as part of a municipality-funded project.

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Sweet Sweden – in neon tubes

February 3, 2012

Social photography for Intel

January 24, 2012

The outcome of a 2-weeks workshop with Intel Labs on the topic of Social Photography. The following 2 concepts were developped together with Joshua Noble.

SocialSight enhances your travelling experience by enabling you to share your current view with remote contacts. They get access not only to your view but to everything in it –such as other cameras they can acquire views from– tapping in an Internet of views.

Composight helps you draw on existing photographic resources on the public space and enriching the process of capturing. It also makes sharing easy.

Lights on

August 30, 2011


LEaD the way uses the network of street lights as a mesh of luminescent pixels over roadways.

By tracking both emergency calls and ambulances, police cars and firetrucks’ GPS, a control center send luminous signals throughout the city in advance of emergency vehicles. The LED lights flash to indicate that an emergency vehicle is approaching, and change colour to signal that normal traffic may resume.
We make the city easier to navigate. We ease your daily journey, whether you’re on foot, on your bicycle or in your car – making it simpler for you to react.

See also Chris Bierbower’s blog on our common project.