Tensegrity Wall/flower for Buro Happold

The idea of incorporating tensegrity structures into the installation for Buro Happold are to manifest the integrity between stability and flexibility of the system into the ‘sculpture’. The Tensegrity Wall/flower is designed responding to privacy and weather – through enclosure manipulation of every cells of tensegrity component.

Earlier research and experiments on tensegrity structure can be found here.

structural connection
apertures and squeeze
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buro elevation
interior partitioning

DETAIL
Project Type : Installation
Location : 17 & 71 Newman St. , London
Client : Buro Happold Ltd.
Proposal : 2015

Published by Esha Hashim

Esha Hashim is a designer and graduate architect, currently based in Kuala Lumpur and Kota Bharu. She graduated her Master of Architecture from University of Westminster, United Kingdom, where she was exposed with geometric digital exploration and architecture within conflicts. Over the years, she started to explore the notions of other creative arts that have helped her in observing the surroundings and appreciating the details - that eventually assist in her thinking process.

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