Living Rooms

Zamp Wimmer Living rooms in the astral univers

how do they live - the invisible, the subtle energetic beings

Living Room

Glimpse of light

Interior designers and architects throughout time have continuously studied users within a space to design to best fit their needs and wants.

Various Styles

Various architectural styles have emerged - for example: Romanesque, Gothic, Rococo, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Postmodern, Neomodern and from 1997 to the present: Parametricism.

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Parametric Design

Parametric design is a design method where features  are shaped according to algorithmic processes, in contrast to being designed directly. In this method, parameters and rules determine the relationship between design intent and design response.

Antoni Gaudí

One of the earliest examples of parametric design was the upside down model of churches by Antoni Gaudí.

In his design for the Church of Colònia Güell he created a model of strings weighted down with birdshot to create complex vaulted ceilings and arches. By adjusting the position of the weights or the length of the strings he could alter the shape of each arch and also see how this change influenced the arches connected to it.

He placed a mirror on the bottom of the model to see how it should look upside-down.


So, how do they live now,
the invisible, the subtle energetic beings ?

Living Rooms

Oil on canvas, 2019 - 2020
200 x 200 cm // 78,7 x78,7 inch

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