Published on 18th July 2016 by

Aussie Beach Shack (2009): Sitting just off Sixth Avenue, the beach shack ‘Burst’ is disarmingly simple in appearance. But its twisting form was generated on a computer and built on site from 1,100 laser-cut pieces of plywood.

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The Australian holiday home is one of five houses on display at the Home Delivery exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. Architect Jeremy Edmiston explains the ‘twisting’ shape gives it ‘real presence in the city’. The exhibition’s curator Barry Bergdoll says ‘it really is something which you wonder if, historically, people will look back and see as the beginning of something.’

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