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fibroushelf

“The only intelligible language in which we converse with one another consists of our objects in their relation to each other. We would not understand a human language and it would remain without effect. By one side it would be recognized and felt as being a request, an entreaty, and therefore a humiliation .” Marx, Comment on James Mill (1844)

Fibroushelf is a case-study pavilion made from swam fibers that weave throughout a hexagon structure to create detail and ornamentation which is modular for 3D printing purposes. The pavilion is explorable within Unreal Engine and can also be viewed online through Sketchfab.

Design, research, and prototyping by Ryan Cook in collaboration with Dustin Couzens, Ben Klumper. 2017.