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FPSS 2012

FPSS 2012
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  • THE NEON PROJECT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GSAPP | SPRING 2012 10 APRIL 2012 DESIGN The Neon Project is designed as a public mega-furniture installation which invites users to interact with each Neon Pod by entering into one and enjoying a relaxing moment within the hyper pace of New York City and the high energy of the End of Year Show. Each Neon Pod measures approximately 13 feet in diameter and 6 feet tall and can accommodate a group of people in its woven hammocks. Each Neon Pod is made from digitally fabricated ribs of recycled HDPE plastic woven together with flexible neon cord. The cord which spans the gap between each HDPE rib creates a vertical resting space for the users of the Neon Pod. Each wedge can contain one body and multiple wedges can be combined to create various arrangements. We propose to install the Neon Project on the north lawn of Avery Hall as the primary location with potential wedge offspring populating the terrace between Avery Hall and Fayerweather. Evan Bauer | Gustavo Bonet | Kelsey Lents | Tom McKeogh | Michaela Metcalfe Anna Obraztsova | Maria Rizzolo | Allison Rozwat | Parker Seybold |Jess Thomas10_April_Presentation_Final.indd 1 4/10/2012 4:59:46 PM
  • Columbia University | GSAPPGSAPP Pace/Slow Space Space | Spring 2012 Columbia University | | Fast | Fast Pace/Slow | Spring 2012 N-segment arrangements 13’ Complete Pod Pod, Remixed! 0’ 64’ neon The Neon Project Site PlanSiting Project10_April_Presentation_Final.indd 2 4/10/2012 4:59:48 PM
  • Columbia University | GSAPP | Fast Pace/Slow Space | Spring 2012 The Neon Project Context Rendering10_April_Presentation_Final.indd 3 4/10/2012 4:59:49 PM
  • Columbia University | GSAPP | Fast Pace/Slow Space | Spring 2012 The Neon Project Eighteen Bowl Sections10_April_Presentation_Final.indd 4 4/10/2012 4:59:51 PM
  • Columbia University | GSAPP | Fast Pace/Slow Space | Spring 2012 The Neon Project Bowl Aggregation10_April_Presentation_Final.indd 5 4/10/2012 4:59:52 PM
  • Columbia University | GSAPP | Fast Pace/Slow Space | Spring 2012 RIB PROFILES _ prototype There are nine unique profiles that comprise all wedges of the bowl 4 5 4 5 4 5 3 6 3 6 3 6 2 7 2 7 2 7 1 8 1 8 1 8 0 8 0 8 0 8 1 8 1 8 1 8 2 7 2 7 2 7 3 6 3 6 3 6 4 5 4 5 4 5 Rib profiles _ plan Contour of each rib to be milled The complete bowl is comprised of 1 unique rib and 8 pairs The Neon Project Rib Profiles10_April_Presentation_Final.indd 6 4/10/2012 4:59:53 PM
  • ROCKING _ prototype Columbia University |to rock within aPace/Slow Space | prevents tipping over. Wedges are free GSAPP | Fast safe range which Spring 2012 The range of rocking is controlled with a bolt that sits within a slot. ROCKING _ prototype Wedges are free to rock within a safe range which prevents tipping over. The range of rocking is controlled with a bolt that sits within a slot. Wedge profile at rest Wedge profile at rest Wedge rocking range Wedge rocking range Rocking range slot for control bolt Rocking range slot for control bolt Rocking The Neon Project10_April_Presentation_Final.indd 7 4/10/2012 4:59:53 PM
  • Columbia University | GSAPP | Fast Pace/Slow Space | Spring 2012 NESTING _ prototype Profiles laid out to optimize material use efficiency (approaching 70% in the first two sheets of this current prototype, but striving for 80-90% range for the final) SHEET 1 SHEET 2 SHEET 3 SHEET 4 205 min 205 min 158 min 148 min Milling Layout The Neon Project10_April_Presentation_Final.indd 8 4/10/2012 4:59:54 PM
  • Columbia University | GSAPP | Fast Pace/Slow Space | Spring 2012 The Neon Project Wedge Construction10_April_Presentation_Final.indd 9 4/10/2012 4:59:55 PM