Studio Robazzo
Innovation by Design
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StalagNight Installation

 

CLIENT: West Shore Arts Council
DATE: september 2016 & 2017
SCOPE: installation - DESIGN & FABRICATE
MATERIALS: BLACK-PAINTED LASERCUT plywood, wax paper, hockey tape, led light
notes: re-commissioned by lululemon yyj, in collaboration with limbic media

 
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Our proposal for an 8' tall geometric stalagmitic sculpture was chosen as one of four light-themed art installations featured at the first ever "Light Up The Hills" Event in West Hills, BC.

Our proposal for an 8' tall geometric stalagmitic sculpture was chosen as one of four light-themed art installations featured at the first ever "Light Up The Hills" Event in West Hills, BC.

The complex structure was digitally designed using visual-based parametric scripting technology, then each piece was laser cut and the sculpture was assembled in-house.

The complex structure was digitally designed using visual-based parametric scripting technology, then each piece was laser cut and the sculpture was assembled in-house.

"Light Up The Hills" took place on September 24, 2016 and featured art installations, live music and dance performances, and a community-wide lantern festival.

"Light Up The Hills" took place on September 24, 2016 and featured art installations, live music and dance performances, and a community-wide lantern festival.

Inspired by the organic geological forms of stalagmites deep inside ancient caves, this dynamic piece evokes a natural and prehistoric form while exemplifying modern technologies and building methods.

Inspired by the organic geological forms of stalagmites deep inside ancient caves, this dynamic piece evokes a natural and prehistoric form while exemplifying modern technologies and building methods.