Sixth Year Graduate Studio: Deadwood, SD
Through the process of laser scanning historic buildings in a town living in the past and translating the memories of the spaces into physical realities, these forgotten spaces within the fabric of the 1880 main street can be revitalized.
The material lends to a play between solid and void.
Model captures the essence of light and shadow in the building through means of solar tubing.
A senior year undergraduate, condo for downtown Sioux Falls, SD.
@ SDstate DoArch
Made a box for the control board for my extra screen re-purposed from an old laptop. Despite having a detailed technical drawing of the main board, some adjustments will have to made, such as a larger hole for the power port and a place for the external buttons.
It’s possible to add fabric materials in between the layers of 3D prints!
Finally Printed on the Departments Powder Printer, a Projet 360. Learned a few things, such as minimal thickness, as you can see in the roof cave in.
Finished the large rabbit decor by adding layered acrylic sheets to complete the logo. I had to break the acrylic in a few places because of some uneven shrinking on both materials part, but it’s barely viable. I can’t wait to see it on the wall!
Process steps for Resin/String Screen Project
- Stenciled pattern onto plastic covered board.
- Screwed nails into board and added some oil to plastic to prevent resin from sticking.
- Ran cotton string through resin and wrapped around the screws.
- Waited for resin to cure.
- Removed screws