A pixelization approach to landscape representation and contouring determined the locations of the individual units. An iterative design approach was used to perfect a form for structural stability and cleanliness of 3D printing. The same form of unit was aggregated into the field at different scales, giving each unit within a cluster a set of uses. On the smallest level, the landscape intervention could act as a step or a floor. Larger forms could become seats and tables. The largest of the structures act as shelter for the outdoor creative spaces.
Professor: Lonn Combs
Software: Rhino, Grasshopper, V-ray, PhotoShop, InDesign,
Model Materials: Ultimaker, RapMan, Task Board