Ice Stations 18: Team Randall Kober
The project concept evolved from the exploration and research of prototyping, repetition and bending of wood. Explorations of prototyping initiated the design development by using thin wood, twine and milk-based glue in forming the structure. Experiments of forms achieved by the thin wood were circles, oval that lead to the lens shape. The concept of one wall verse two and their interaction vertically and horizontally was studied. The concept of two walls emerging from the ice and meeting at the top evolved. This concept allowed for a unique experience of passing through it. The resulting structure acts as a sculpture and work of art in the landscape that allows for skating circulation.
Professor: Randall Kober