Benjamin Ball explores an intersection between architecture, public art and industrial design. In 2004 he began collaborating with Gaston Nogues as Ball-Nogues Studio. Essential to each their projects is the "design" of the production process , with the aim of creating environments that enhance sensation, generate spectacle and invite physical engagement. In his current collaboration with Gaston Nogues, Ball explores new materials, develops custom digital tools, and applies architectural techniques in unorthodox ways.
Gaston Nogues studied architecture at SCI-Arc from 1989-1993. He founded Ball-Nogues Studio with fellow SCI-Arc alumnus Benjamin Ball in 2004, where he currently explores an intersection of public art, architecture and fabrication. The Studio produces a diverse body of work with the aim of making environments that enhance sensation, generate spectacle and invite physical engagement. In his current collaboration with Benjamin Ball, Nogues is focused on fabricating what they visualize; on process as it relates to the built object.
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