Vivian Kuong (M.Arch I 2020)
Spring 2019, Instructor: Pier Paolo Tamburelli
This is a site model for a methodist church in Ohio. The building was made with 3d printing PLA and lasercutting acrylic. The site is made by zund cutting museum baord, chipboard and colored paper.
The roof of the building is made with 3d printed PLA, with spray painting and sanding as post processing. The road element (stop sign, light pole) is made by spray painted basewood stick. The snow is made by fake snow bought on amazon, but you can also replace it with sugar.
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Model Types: site
Lab Areas: zund, 3d printer, laser cutter
Material Processes: 3D printing, laser cutting, zund cutting
Primary Materials: chipboard, matboard, PLA (polylactic acid), acrylic (PMMA)
Finishing Materials: spray paint
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