Containing Air: 102d23
Inspiration for geometric patterns can be found everywhere.
In this series I explore the container; a non-traditional container that holds nothing but air. Given this, the form and surface can be reformulated and deviate from traditional meanings. The overall form can also contain a more interconnected volume, since it holds nothing. The surface can be articulated in a number of ways, a simple mesh in this series.
This series also explores 3D printing techniques in unique materials that can structurally be very delicate; pushing the technology to its limits of defining enclosures and still be structurally viable. These are computationally generated; a method which can express a consistency of a developing concept and enable a variety that focuses on the idea and its possibilities beyond the preconceived.
Containing Air: 102d23 is: (width x length x height) 6.5"w x 6.25"d x 8.0"h and construction of Alumide, a metallic plastic.