UTS Great Hall & Balcony Room

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“The Mantle” is a significant piece which is like a fluid skin of perforated aluminium comprising more than 1000 unique facets.

Imagine splitting a rectangle into 8 parts about its centre. The rectangle will form triangles, and have folding flexibility at every 45 deg about its centre point. Arranging a thousand of these triangles, they are distributed with random valley and mountain folds, creating dynamism in the space. This was done through Rhino and Grasshopper.

Read more: http://www.draw.net.au/projects/uts-great-hall-balcony-room/

Reported by – Ziza

 

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