Houses I’d hate to live in
LeAmon employs a strict reductionist process whereby the balsa scrap from the one model informed the properties of the next.
Houses I’d hate to live in, balsa models 1997
If one’s internal world could supply an architectonic expression then what type of space would manifest through usual human affections of anxiety, heartache, loneliness and dislocation? Interested in the phenomenology of making, LeAmon employed a strict reductionist process whereby the balsa scrap from the previous model informed the properties of the next.
Bodywork – Digital Motorcycle Suit
A virtual racing suit Bodywork is a design concept for a women’s motorcycle suit.
Candle Light – Digital Animation
Candle Light is a digital animation featuring a concept design for a small portable lighting product.
Supersystem – Concept for 5 Products
A Supersystem Concept for 5 Products: Post Object Confessions, consists of five product designs.
In the Air – Helmet Graphics
A helmet displaying a unique graphic design; generated from original photograms depicting Australian flora and ephemera found at Albert Park.
From out of the Shadows
Lighting concepts inspired by stories on shadow and light...
An island unit, Petrach’s Bath comprises of two parts – a white inner bath (octagonal part) giving the likeness of a waterlily, and an outer case.
Heartland – Digital Animation
Heartland follows the adventure of a motorcycle racer enmeshed with her bike.
Post Object Confession: Light
Late on a winter’s evening in 2006 Simone LeAmon stripped down to her bikinis outside the Euroluce showroom in Melbourne.
A tribute to the Platypus Sporting Goods Company, Melbourne.
Simone LeAmon has kissed motorcycles on the streets of Milan, Padova and Melbourne.