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Hello. After some feedback we are glad to present to you our third draft. 🙂
Things we have changed:
1 / Added overall dimensions of sculpture 2 / Updated renderings 3 / Got rid of unnecessary images under ‘Details’ and added descriptions about ergonomics and potential materials
Feel free to comment further if needed. Thank you for reading.
Draft 2 of our presentation template.
Project title is not confirmed. As for the prototype, we are currently working hard on it and will be giving an update on Monday. 🙂
Thank you for reading.
This week we made some changes to the shape of the joint as well as the concavity of the bone where the joint would be connected at.
As you can tell we made the shape of the joint rounder and the area where the joint will be connected to the bone was also made rounder to fit the joint. This design Read more →
Order of presentation:Research: Inspiration, Shape (default shape of sculpture), Connectivity Ideation: How we developed the form of bones, form of joints, technical drawings/measurements Details: Explanation of the joints (method of securing the bones and rotation of joints) Renderings: Final renderings on selected venue
After discussions with Fabrizio and Ker Siang we decided to create a joint that fits the form of the bones and at the same time act as a pivot to rotate each bone. We realised that with a fixed position and shape of the spine it will be a problem if the sculpture were to move places, and with some Read more →
Trying out different curves at midpoint of joint
However, after many attempts of experimenting we feel that Read more →
After the feedback, we decided not to elevate the sculpture/seating as it is not feasible. Also, after getting comments on how the previous sculpture looked more rigid and that each module looked exactly the same, we tried to make each seat more organic and they were specifically made individually. Hence, every seat is of different sizes and form.
Previously there were suggestions to elevate our form and simplify it so this week we decided to do a mock up and try to elevate it using Plasticine and a metal wire (which did not look like it was elevated). In the end we decided to use Rhino and cad out the form, and tried to render it with a Read more →
After getting feedback on how the sculpture had lost a sense of “wholeness” and became more modular and repetitive, lacking the sense of continuity and inter-connectivity, we had to think of ways to make the sculpture repetitive and connected but not too literal (as of what we did for the previous sculpture). Hence, we decided to explore more Read more →
Okay, we will try to integrate the side part and go towards this direction. Thanks for the comment!