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breaking the surface


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breaking the surface


breaking the surface

Scandinavian design group were given the task to create an experience visitors of Lundins stand at ONS would not forget. The result was a sea of acrylic pipes at constantly move with mathematical variation and precision, as the instillation is entered the pipes raise leaving space to pass. As the pipes retract some reveal jewels containing authentic oil samples from Lundins significant finds.      

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process


process


process

The project took advantage of digital and traditional methods. The form was first modelled in 3D and printed in Gypsum. After the 3D print was finished and processed a silicon tool was made from it. Finally the drop was placed inside the tool and cast using polyurethane resin. 

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further info


further info


further info

Team: scandinavian design group, CTRLN+N, ABIDA, INTEK, pivot

 

Media

Designboom

Kreativforum

Archdaily

 

Awards

Visuelt, best of show

 

image credits: james a fox / micheal ray cruz