This Art Installation Was Designed To Create Discussion On What Is Love In Modern Life
July 1, 2019
in collaboration with digital construction team RoboticPlus.AI, has recently completed a modern public art installation that’s made from a woven carbon-fiber structure.
Located in a rural area of Zhejiang, China, the ‘Shrine of Whatslove’, is a red triangle that’s designed to arouse discussion on what’s love in modern life.
The 13 foot (4m) high and 12 foot (3.8m) wide design has a structure that was woven using 7200 meters of continuous carbon fiber bundles, and took a total of 90 hours to complete.
| Design Firm: Wutopia Lab | Chief Architect: YU Ting | Project Architect: Liran SUN | Digital Construction: RoboticPlus.AI (Kuan-Ting LAI, Zhe LIANG, PeiYi HUANG, Zixun HUANG, Yuhong HA) | Structural Consultant: Structure AND Architecture OFFICE (Zhun ZHANG) | Lighting Consultant: Chloe ZHANG
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