In this project we were to laser cut regular 12X12 in 4 mm corrugated cardboard boxes into irregular ones. Our client-artist was inspired by chalk marks measuring time. Another proof of versatility of lasers and laser cutting technology.
New big project! We are to design, produce and install a lighting display. It is basically a large (15x5') sculpture piece which will be installed inside of a renovated building in Columbus, Ohio. More details are coming.
Søren Jensen, Danish consulting engineering company, definitely can do all three. But "THINK" is probably the most important contributor in this project. You can see how "THINK", being taken for the basis, can change your living environment. Is it a sculpture? Is it a new method? Perhaps, both. Laser cut out of recycled polypropylene sheets PolyShell "is the result of a research question which investigates how ultra-thin sheet materials of almost negligible inherent stiffness can be re-formed into structures capable of enclosing large volumes", authors say.
When we were laser cutting this project for The Dayton Metropolitan Library, designed by Virginia Kistler, we did not realize that it will look so monumental after assembling. Our part in the project was to produce those black intricate silhouettes by laser cutting 1/16 in neoprene rubber. The result ismuch more than impressive!