An exhibition we created for MOCA Tucson. Using custom algorithms and GIS data of Tucson to realize an unusual and not literal topographical depiction on two floor-to-ceiling fourteen-foot-wide doors, through which the viewer will see an equally monumental obelisk through the cracked-open divide.
We had the privilege of working with sci-fi artist and body architect, Lucy McRae to create "Future Day Spa". A "Personalised, guided experience, offering treatments that evoke states of love, trust & relaxation".
This triptych is made of thousands of laser-cut cardboard ribs which were then cast into blocks of Eco-resin. The piece will be used as a lighting diffuser in a private residence that Warren is currently working on.
The Cloud9 pavilion was a joint project between Art Center College of Design and Cloud9 Architecture. It explored the application of pneumatic formwork and cast concrete. It used nature as inspiration with focus placed on the attributes of a pine cone.
We worked with product designers Matthew Grayson and Eric Lin from Nursery Works to help them design a continuous surface pattern for their new contour crib. After the design was worked out, we fabricated a few of their prototypes.
It is the first time we applied kerfing techniques to facilitate the plywood forming process. While there are a significant number of parts the overall assembly was well detailed and went off without a hitch.
"What Should a Museum Sound Like?" is a site-specific work by artist David Schafer. We used floor plans of the Whitney Museum to digitally model and fabricate a speaker cabinet in the form of the museum which David later used as part of his live performance.