SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI AT MĀNOA

September 23, 2016

Flying Machines

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Lance Walters

Assistant Professor

Flying Machines

AA Visiting School Hawaii

 

For the vast majority of its 5000 year history the worlds first flying machine existed exclusively in Asia. During that time a complex array of designs evolved for fun, fishing, communication and surveying and now, much like Hawaii, it is a symbol of both leisure and science. Based in Honolulu, this architecture studio explored the design, construction and use of the oldest air-craft: the kite. 

Link to video:
http://hawaii.aaschool.ac.uk/video.html

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