Further development of a gyroid-based pavilion from vacuum-formed styrene, sheets joined with connector shapes, continues. Individual molded units are being scaled to a larger size. Tooling and code for robotic trimming of modules has been developed and extended. “Tattooing” of the styrene surface, using a robotically driven paint brush, has been achieved. Design of tattoo markings is guided by the principle of anamorphic art; viewed from a certain angle, an image or message becomes visible. Various design configurations have been developed for possible site locations. Students will fabricate and erect the pavilion on site.
Tierney Sadowksi, Emily Hertzberg, Maxmillian Foreman, Jonathan Cortes.