with  FreelandBuck    Slipstream design was inspired by  Lebbeus Woods  sketches studying fluid dynamics. A pattern with two distinct flow directions was developed using Grasshopper in Rhino and then extruded in order to create an egg crate structure.   Design intends to utilise the capacity of typical egg crate structures to define complex form while challenging their static and stable structural reading.

with FreelandBuck

Slipstream design was inspired by Lebbeus Woods sketches studying fluid dynamics. A pattern with two distinct flow directions was developed using Grasshopper in Rhino and then extruded in order to create an egg crate structure. 

Design intends to utilise the capacity of typical egg crate structures to define complex form while challenging their static and stable structural reading.

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 The visual and lighting affects of the Slipstream egg crate structure was the initial part of the investigation which, through-out the course of a year, developed into a full scale gallery installation in New York City.

The visual and lighting affects of the Slipstream egg crate structure was the initial part of the investigation which, through-out the course of a year, developed into a full scale gallery installation in New York City.

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  with  FreelandBuck    Slipstream design was inspired by  Lebbeus Woods  sketches studying fluid dynamics. A pattern with two distinct flow directions was developed using Grasshopper in Rhino and then extruded in order to create an egg crate structure.   Design intends to utilise the capacity of typical egg crate structures to define complex form while challenging their static and stable structural reading.
Untitled-3.jpg
 The visual and lighting affects of the Slipstream egg crate structure was the initial part of the investigation which, through-out the course of a year, developed into a full scale gallery installation in New York City.
Axon - joints.jpg
DSC00162
IMG_0180 (2).jpg
Installation Sketch.jpg
P1011398.jpg
DSC_0263.JPG

with FreelandBuck

Slipstream design was inspired by Lebbeus Woods sketches studying fluid dynamics. A pattern with two distinct flow directions was developed using Grasshopper in Rhino and then extruded in order to create an egg crate structure. 

Design intends to utilise the capacity of typical egg crate structures to define complex form while challenging their static and stable structural reading.

The visual and lighting affects of the Slipstream egg crate structure was the initial part of the investigation which, through-out the course of a year, developed into a full scale gallery installation in New York City.

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