Vivian Kuong (M.Arch I 2020)
Thesis, Spring 2020, Advisor: Mark Lee
This model was made with foamcore, and is covered with printed texture on colored paper for texture. The model is assembled at home, but the parts of materials are cut at the GSD using zund and laser cutter.
The view shows the printed brick texture on a canson color paper. Railing is made by 1/16 in lasercut chipboard, with thinness of 1/32 in for each railing vertical peace.
A view to that shows the pews, carpet floor and roof. The roof is made of zund cut museum board and spray painted laser cut chipboard. The stairs is 3D printed.
A view showing the baptism pool, made with 1/4 in acrylic and printed blue paper. The lintels are made with white acrylic sheet.
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Model Types: section, fragment, interior
Lab Areas: zund, laser cutter
Material Processes: 3D printing, lamination, zund cutting
Primary Materials: foam core, basswood, paper, chipboard
Assembling Materials: double sided tape, adhesive
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