Architecture on the Terrace

2015. Architecture on the Terrace. Vimeo bigairworldprojects.

TitleArchitecture on the Terrace
Description

A series of photographs of the new Air Grid structure entitled Stoa P2. Stoa P2 is an interpretation of the Periodic Table of the elements, to be precise it is an interpretation of the second period, which contains some of the most important elements for life on Earth, these are : Lithium (Li), Beryllium (Be), Boron (B), Carbon (C), Nitrogen (N), Oxygen (O), Fluorine (F) & Neon (Ne). It is quite easy to see the structural relationships between the elements of the second period and the colour-forms of Stoa P2. One principle to bear in mind is that the colour black always represents an empty electron position, whereas all the other colours represent full electron positions. So, for example, the colour red represents the third electron of the second period, whereas blue represents the fourth.

Date2015
FileAoT.m4v
boron.jpg
carbon.jpg
lithium.jpg
neon.jpg
nitrogen.jpg
oxygen.jpg
beryllium.jpg
fluorine.jpg
Media typeVideo
KeywordsAir Grid, Architecture, Chemistry, Periodic Table, Colour
Place of publicationVimeo
Web address (URL)https://vimeo.com/134093040

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