With offices in Hong Kong, Seoul, and Tokyo, we are currently working on introducing information technology to the construction industry. Our mission is to contribute to the improvement of the efficiency and maximization of the design quality in the area of architecture and civil engineering by the use of computers.
We helped to study the shape of a light fixture that floats on the ceiling of a restaurant in Raffles Hotel, Singapore.
This feature does not hang from the ceiling, but floats in the center of the restaurant. The top and inside part are complex 3D curved surfaces covered by aluminum hammertone sheets, and the 6000 stainless wires weaving through these parts create a shape that seems to flow throughout the space. To save weight, the main top solid part is made of CFRP.
We examined the 3D models we received from the designers and compared them to the requirements and details of the fabrication process. Where necessary, we made slight adjustments to the shape according to construction requirment and detailized model to construction level but without altering its design intension. The achievement of this work was a smooth construction process, that resulted in the shape the designers had envisioned.
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