Steel rod bent structures are constructed in the Spatial Futures Studio at Georgia Tech

Fologram has been used to construct a series of ‘megamodels’ and one full scale construction in the Spatial Futures Studio run by Keith Kaseman in the Fall semester 2019 at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Participants in this fluidly collaborative work environment designed, communicated, fabricated and assembled a large scale voluminous and occupiable spatial project. The project utilized a tall prefabricated structural platform with smaller scale malleable steel rods that are bent over a small hand-operated steel bender with a holographic overlay to guide the process. All steel spatial components were designed and fabricated with augmented reality workflows that facilitated direct digital-to-physical translations (and vice-versa). Nno drawings were produced at any step for fabrication, spatial production or assembly. You can read more about the project here.