vMesh is ready to perform in the SUTD Open House 2016

Going to a university’s open house can be a crucial part of deciding where you want to continue your higher education. The Singapore University of Technology and Design has gone above and beyond for their open house presentation, which was led by professors Felix Raspall and Carlos Bannon with a team of students created a massive 3D printed architectural mesh structure to greet the prospective students. The pavilion, which was a central hub for the congregation at its opening, has now become a familiar and “almost imperceptible” piece due to its low ratio between mass and volume. The structure was placed in SUTD’s atrium and functioned as a sort of pavilion, where current students were able to display their work in an interactive environment.

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