ANTHONY PHILLIPS - Private Parts and Pieces II: Back to the Pavilion (Full Album)

ANTHONY PHILLIPS - Private Parts and Pieces II: Back to the Pavilion  (Full Album)

Anthony Phillips - Private Parts and Pieces II: Back to the Pavilion "Scottish Suite: 0:00 (i) "Salmon Leap" (ii) "Parting Thistle" (iii) "Electric Reaper" (iv) "Amorphous, Cadaverous and Nebulous" (v) "Salmon’s Last Sleepwalk" "Lindsay" 15:14 "K2" 19:05 "Postlude: End of the Season" 27:52 "Heavens" 28:28 "Spring Meeting" 32:50 "Romany’s Aria" 36:44 "Chinaman" 37:32 "Nocturne" 38:10 "Magic Garden" 42:15 "Von Runkel’s Yorker Music" 44:08 "Will O’ the Wisp" 44:53 "Tremulous" 48:32 "I Saw You Today" 49:38 "Back to the Pavilion" 54:15 "Lucy: An Illusion" 57:02

Philips pavilion - Le Corbusier and Xenakis - Expo 58 (Part 01)

Philips pavilion - Le Corbusier and  Xenakis - Expo 58 (Part 01)

PART 01 - Digital representation of the empirical method used by Iannis Xenakis in designing the Philips pavilion, commissioned for Expo 58, based on the directives of Le Corbusier. All the shells are hyperbolic paraboloids truncated at the ground, except the three above and three shells of entry and exit. Related topics: Poème Élctronique - Object mathématique - Expo 58 - Philips pavilion (1958) - Edgar Varèse - padiglione - 1958 - 3D reconstruction - LightWave 3D Expressions

110 - Rhino - Phillips Pavilion Waffle Frame Extract Wire Frame

110 - Rhino - Phillips Pavilion Waffle Frame Extract Wire Frame

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VEP Project Documentary

VEP Project Documentary

The Poème électronique was an unique experience, originating from the request made by Philips to Le Corbusier to design the company pavilion at the Brussels 1958 World Fair. The whole project was initiated and directed by Le Corbusier, who also selected the images for the audiovisual show. Together with this visual show, there was the organized sound, composed by Edgar Varèse. The stunning surfaces of the building were designed by Iannis Xenakis. The result was the very first multimedia project to create a complete sound and vision experience using a totally immersive environment. Unfortunately, this visionary synthesis was ahead of its time: the Pavilion, the incredible number of visitors (2 million) notwithstanding, was demolished a few months after its inauguration, at the end of the Exposition. The Virtual Electronic Poem (VEP) project, co-funded by the European Union through the Culture 2000 programme, realized a virtual reality (VR) environment capable of reproducing the global experience of the Poème électronique through a philologically accurate reconstruction of the original installation and a technologically innovative VR implementation. For complete details, please visit: - http://www.edu.vrmmp.it/vep - http://www.vrmmp.it/asalab/

Pavillon Philips de l’Exposition universelle de Bruxelles 1958

Pavillon Philips de l’Exposition universelle de Bruxelles 1958

Pavillon Philips de l’Exposition universelle de Bruxelles

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