I ran across this video and it reminded me of my days at the good old University of Minnesota. Crazy stuff was imagined, discussed and tried. It is important to maintain some of that creative care-free attitude as we develop our routines. A description of this particular project is below.

HEADSPACE 1 invites architecture students to take ideas from within their heads and place them, literally, on the outside. After three months of sketching with pencils and sculpting in clay, modeling in software and cutting from paper, unfolding and fabricating, more than 300 complex and extravagant structures have been completed. This short documentary invites you to see the makers and their unorthodox art at the end-of-term fashion parade… The HEADSPACE projects reside at the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne, Australia.

Written by Michael Huber AIA LEED AP
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