Davide Zhang (MArch I 2023)
Architecture Core I, Nov-Dec 2019.
A design that investigates the formal dialectic between aggregation and subdivision and the spatial consequences as a result of their clash.
The panels need to be fairly thin to have the translucent effect. Some trial and error is done before finalizing the thickness of the 3D-printed facade.
The main body of the model is finished and the pieces on the right side still need to be glued together to form the facade.
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Model Types: grading, building
Lab Areas: laser cutter, 3d printer, zund
Material Processes: 3D printing, laser cutting
Primary Materials: acrylic (PMMA), PLA (polylactic acid), foam core
Assembling Materials: superglue, double sided tape, tacky glue
Model Scale: 1/8″=1′-0″