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1024 architecture is a creative studio founded in 2007 by Pier Schneider and François Wunschel

By adding energy to the matter it interacts with, questioning public space, stage and performative arts, 1024 creates an immersive world made of abstract geometry, lights and movement.

Breaking away from the notion of limits between disciplines, the studio focuses on spatial practices, digital technology, and visual effects to create unique artworks, installations, and performances. 1024 sees architecture and inhabited spaces as evolutive structures. The duo devises new and original experiences, accompanied by their associates and developers. Installations, stage design, visual arts, performances, and lighting structures are all ways of awakening our sensations, touching our bodies and memories. From one-day projects to perennial installations, 1024 designs unique artworks that interact with their environment.

DELTA, Sculptural and Digital Installation – 2018

Delta, a permanent sculpture made of wood and light, requalifies the public space of Porte de la Villette, Paris. Its luminous ondulations accompany pedestrians from one side of the peripheral boulevard to the other. Delta connects Paris, Pantin, and Aubervilliers in a deconstructed movement inspired by Étienne-Jules Marrey’s chronophotographs, notably L’homme qui marche (1883), from La machine animale series.

Valéry Girou

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