NEW BUILDINGS FOR CHINA (Shanghai, 2008)

3D DRAWINGS AND MODELS.

2 (2)

BROTHERS ANS SISTERS, SHANGHAI, 2008
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

1 (2)

BLOODY WEEKEND, SHANGHAI, 2008
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART A4

3 (2)

CLARITY, SHANGHAI, 2008
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

4 (2)

CENSURED ROOM 1, SHANGHAI,2008
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

5 (2)

EVERYBODY, SHANGHAI, 2008
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

6 (2)

FAKE PAVILION, SHANGHAI, 2007
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

7 (1)

LOST IN TRANSLATION, SHANGHAI, 2008
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

8 (1)

MARLBORO HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 2007
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

9 (1)

MARLBORO HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 2007
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

10 (2)

MICROPHONE SQUARE, SHANGHAI, 2008
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

11 (1)

SOMETHING IS WRONG, SHANGHAI, 2008
3D DRAWINGS/CANSON FINE ART

12 (1)

THE BEST IS YET TO COME, SHANGHAI, 2008
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

13 (1)

SQUARE FAMILY UNIT HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 2007
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

14 (1)

SQUARE FAMILY UNIT HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 2007
3D DRAWING/CANSON FINE ART

15 (1)

HAPINESS, MONUMENT, SHANGHAI, 2008
MODEL

16 (1)

SCAPE HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 2008
MODEL

17 (1)

SELFISH HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 2008
MODEL

18 (1)

EDIPO HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 2008
MODEL

19

GROUP MODELS

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CENSURED ROOMS, SHANGHAI, 2008
MODELS

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SOMETHING IS WRONG, SHANGHAI, 2008
MODEL

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SQUARE, 8 lamps with s.o.s rhythm, SHANGHAI, 2007
MODEL

This project is a collection of architectural models that reflect the social strategy of China. Models and drawings in a ironic, apocalyptic way. Framis explores the relation between urban space and the radical impact of this economical development.

 

AABAR

AABar, SHANGHAI 2007
AABar is an uncommon bar without alcoholic drinks, for those who were capable of returning to daily life after battling addiction. Instead of alcohol people can find: a serene meeting point, a gather point, a place to talk to each other without a bottle. This is a bar for the fearless.

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LUCKY GIRLS, SHANGHAI, 2007

3D DRAWING

LUCKY GIRLS is a prototype for a sculpture honoring Chinese girls adopted in Barcelona, since it is the city in Spain that receives more Chinese girls than any other.

The project is based on the design of a sandbox playground that is presented as a sculpture. The sculpture, besides fulfilling a known aesthetic function in public space, is proposed as a place than can be physically encountered. Since the structure is composed of letters that construct the phrase “lucky girls” or “nenes amb sort,” each letter generates several holes that serve as entrances into the inside of the sculpture-playground.

The interior of the sculpture is filled with sand from China. It will be a space where Chinese girls are specially invited to maintain contact with their native land. The work also stands firm as a meeting point for parents who have adopted a Chinese girl in order to fulfill their dream of becoming parents.

 

FAKE PAVILION, 2007

Fake life

Fake bags

Fake style

Fake friends

Fake love

Fake future

Fake worker

Fake house

Fake fuck

Fake true

Fake politic

Fake leather

Fake beer

Fake furniture

Fake father

Fake letter

Fake milk

Fake fake