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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

The 3 - 3D - 3 Plan at the F for Faculty Exhibition at VCUQ, Qatar...



A few images from my contribution to the F for Faculty exhibition at VCUQ... 

The exhibit presents a set of three projects, realized using of FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) - a 3D printing technology, in three different scales... All designs take advantage and explore the technology's inherent, both conceptual (CAD based) and physical (material/ fabrication based) attributes and peculiarities... 

All displayed designs were fabricated at the VCUQ FabLab...

For more examples exhibited at the gallery please click here... 

The F for Faculty exhibition concludes on January 21...


 The 1:50, 1:10 and 1:1 display pedestals

 Tom at 1:1, 1:10 and 1:50 (Photo by Ben Jurgensen)

Close up of Tom at 1:10 

Close up of Tom at 1:50 

 The Castle Vase from the Meat & Bone series


A 1:1 tray (to be featured in more detail in a future submission) using both the Meat & Bone and Design Interrupted techniques 

The 1:10 model of the Book-Corner-Seat

A 1:10 model of the Grid Shelving/ Seat/ Partition unit (currently unbuilt) 

Above and Below: A 1:50 model for a pavilion design for the La Fontaine Art Center in Manama. The roof grid accommodates a set of wooden profiles that can be adjusted according to season/ pavilion function/ whim... More of the design in a future blog submission...


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