The motivation for our geometry comes from two sources: an interest in forming a complex, resolved geometry from a simple, low polygon mesh as an initial unit, and an interest in using external data in order to influence the geometry of our mesh object:
As initial geometry Schoens F-RD Surface creates the Unit Cell, which we reflect once upwards.
An interpretation of the exhibition space windows as light planes in Rhino is used to transform the mesh geometry.
The final design, is made by subdividing a mesh is that consists of a repeating base unit(low polygon tetrahedron mesh), mirrored and rotated through a series of steps. The transformed mesh was relaxed using a computational physics engine, finally the mesh was then put through a light analysis, using two light planes. The light values were used to create gradients and deconstruct the mesh into strips whose diameter varies based on a scale of values derived from the light analysis.