Jun22

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All images © Felix Raspall and Carlos Bañón

At the Singapore University of Technology and Design, professors Felix Raspall and Carlos Bañón have decided to liven up the campus’ open house event with a large 3D-printed art installation! The piece was erected with the help of a student team, and spans 41 feet across the interior of the campus center. The installation is comprised of 91 unique 3D-printed nodes and 369 10mm aluminum bars, and was created to explore the mechanical properties of 3D printed parts, as well as show off the program’s contents to prospective students. The piece is also accentuated by several long platforms, which feature work and projects from the student body. The piece is able to be walked through and experienced up close, allowing for a cool interactive way of presenting the college’s contents to visitors and returning students alike.

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