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The Dream removable fence by Brad Ascalon

Brad Ascalon, American young designer proposes creator The Dream, an installation presented at the New York Design Week 2012. A reflection about the codes and symbols of American life between success and life in the suburbs.

Home, although his property bounded by immaculate white picket fence, a dream for the majority of Americans.

Here Brad Ascalon decided to literally bend his fence, until completely reverse it, all reinforced by the strong white / black contrast.

Outgoing connotations, I find the idea rather interesting, a removable fence system, regulating the height as you wish to be alone or be open to others!

His words about the installation:

» Within the boundaries of a society living Largely Above icts own means clustering, an unregulated banking system icts That plays by own rules, and a government stands idly by as That millions of homes are foreclosed upon being white, There lies an absolute truth: the leadership we ‘ re moving as a society HAS Become unsustainable and toxic. This is the new promise of the American dream»

Learn more about the designer:

» Born outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA), Brad Ascalon Was Immersed in the world of art and design from an early age. His grandfather Was a Noted sculptor and industrial designer, and his father is renowned for His broad scale art installations THROUGHOUT North America.

Ascalon earned His Masters’ degree in Industrial Design from New York’s Pratt Institute in 2005, and Was That Same year reconnu by Wallpaper * magazine as one of the world’s «Ten Most Wanted» emerging designers. »

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Comments: 26

  1.  
    Leasel 

    TREND LINEARITY RECOVERY OF MILAN IN PARIS THROUGH NEW YORK.
    «In April 2011, the Superior National School of Decorative Arts (ENSAD) and the Centre for National Monuments (CMN) have partnered in order to organize a very original creation contest. This contest is open to students of 4th year of Object Design sector, aimed to create a model has presentoir sheets, intended to be installed in national monuments. On June 24, the candidates presented their projects to a jury composed among others of Isabelle Lemesle, presidente of CMN and Genevieve Gallot, Director of the National Superior School of Decorative Arts. Four criteria were considered: aesthetics, functionality, adaptability and economy. After deliberation, the jury appointed Nicolas Tsan as laureate. The latter received a check for 2,000 euros to realize a prototype of its model, which will be presented in January 2012. «Knowledge of arts.
    Designer’s Days — Exhibition ‘For Tomorrow’ has Pantin by students from ENSAD.
    Designers days.
    «After Milan, ‘For Tomorrow’, the exhibition of students from ENSAD (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs) invested the theater of Pantin in the latest edition of Designer’s Days, open for the first time in the suburbs.
    «The program includes a selection of the most successful projects in the fields of competence of the school that are object design, textile design and matter, the garment design and graphic design / multimedia.
    Our favorite: the Stratt bench Nicolas Tsan, dedicated to museums and public spaces, and integrated into its structure a space for plugs and pedagogical documents. «Yokoo.
    See also the subject Ask Amaury Poudray.

     

  2.  
    Leonila Brown 

    Same TABLE Brad Ascalon and Frederic McSwain.

     

  3.  
    Wilfred Estis 

    MIRROR PROJECT? Indoor by h2o Architects.

     

  4.  
    tiffaniwillyard 

    Amanda Levete Architects’ CORIAN® super-surfaces has milan design week 09

     

  5.  
    K8LS 

    DESIGN FOR viewer.
    Brad Ascalon, son of (sculptor) and brother of (sculptor) booze here and in trends in the ideas, in concepts, in the details of the projects of each other without precise territory of designer between Wanders, Hadid, Rashid, Duchaufour Lawrence, etc etc The search function without diversions in general, use gestures.
    US home is no barrier.

     

  6.  
    Merick Lanman 

    . OR to dazzle ROSET ANTOINE FOR US OPEN AMERICA?
    from left to right Metropolis’s senior editor, Kristi Cameron; Antoine Roset, executive vice president of Ligne Roset; New York Brad Ascalon designerde; and Philippe Nigro, Recently Who designed the Confluences sofa for Ligne Roset. From left: Metropolis’s senior editor, Kristi Cameron; Antoine Roset, the executive vice president of Ligne Roset; the New York designer Brad Ascalon; and Philippe Nigro, who draws sofa for Ligne Roset Confluences.

     

  7.  
    Zachariah Maclean 

    EXPERT DESIGN DAZZLING.
    When I read about the above table from a «design expert» «organic structure and ramified breaking with the archetypes. uses a minimum of matter » I think that the design critic France needs contributors, commentators for independence and relevance.

     

  8.  
    Malc Millman 

    WELCOME FRIENDS.

     

  9.  
    twisten1 

    EVIDENCE INVISIBLE.
    «The lawns around the american houses, show that same denial of separation between the house and the street. In some American cities, the street itself disappears, the lawn stops has the floor, and (the) owner of the house is responsible for its maintenance (as well as the maintenance of the sidewalk) . The space takes the place of walls, fences or barriers, whose role is often filled by bushes or trees. But the line of demarcation is not really clear. So in the spring or summer, it is frequent to see walkers to sit on your lawn some time to rest, but they never go beyond an implicit limit. «FR 526 FRENCH FILM.
    Spring 2012 Jean-Jacques Thomas.
    Reading # 5
    Raymonde Carroll Paris: Editions du Seuil, 1987 The house [pp. 31-42]

     

  10.  
    Nikki Eldeston 

    SHERLOCK HOMES, the method of Prof Z.
    It is that of Sherlock Holmes, «it is based on the observation of details»

     

  11.  
    PunkinLittle 

    It is true that the barriers it makes europeans I think. It is very visual as I install aii lot.

     

  12.  
    Lulu Balle 

    NO OBSTACLE IN THE LIGHT OF OTHERS, NOTHING TO HIDE.
    The American is pretty oudoor open space allowing mutual incursions but it is not open mind if somebody does not meet the unwritten rules of the district.
    (I lived in Connecticut, Rhode Island, California, Quebec) This is interesting as a secluded cabin or a children.

     

  13.  
    hmwogglebug 

    It is a garden calatrava.

     

  14.  
    HRPrincess 

    I can hide my garden gnome Starck.

     

  15.  
    Melina Evans 

    Draw your design ideas as Naoto_Fukasawa.

     

  16.  
    Tobi Bonham 

    DESIGN IS THE ART OF CONVERSATION OPEN TO EVERYONE.
    If you have a small garden you can make a loveseat that will speak. from this little diversion Mexican designer Christian Vivanco barrier behind the US Mexico.

     

  17.  
    Rocket2Canada 

    SEEN FROM ANOTHER ANGLE IS LESS ATTRACTIVE.
    Ascalon pulled the blanket blogs because the pictures are well done and the other projects are not visual.
    other projects gallery R ‘pure.
    LINDSEY ADELMAN.
    JOE DOUCET.
    SEBASTIAN ERRAZURIZ.
    JOSEE LEPAGE.
    PAUL Loebach.
    FREDERICK McSwain.
    Alissia MELKA-Teichroew.
    MARC THORPE.
    DAVID WEEKS.

     

  18.  
    Shaunnessy 

    DUTCH DESIGNERS sink, JUMP ALMOST ALL BARRIERS.

     

  19.  
    Lucia O hare 

    AND FRENCH?
    Philippe Million balcony in Lyon. exhibits at moma ds temporary exhibition.

     

  20.  
    Lou John 

    DRAWING.

     

  21.  
    Ari Mayfield 

    TOBIAS Fränzel: DESIGN IS FUN .A TAKES.
    THE INDOOR OUTDOOR A.

     

  22.  
    babyblue152304 

    tilt table Closing: reinventing the exchange between neighbors.

     

  23.  
    serinda 

    Indeed, the «action» is stronger than «the creation» for the realization of Brad Ascalon.

     

  24.  
    Ashleigh Steedman 

    To dazzle the neighbors. American nickel chrome.

     

  25.  
    Cheli_C 

    NUC ICFF 2012
    There is not much to see a week ICFF NYC and design. This is a show in fall, too close to Milan in time. Many fashion design, remix.
    Project for a young designer Jack Craig It unbel use of matter and its flexible PVC.

     

  26.  
    MadisMommm 

    There Sit scape which has a shape quite similar typology of has all the post Z.
    this time to put away people instead of prospectuses / flyers.

     

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