Thursday, 5 February 2009


Some of you may have seen this before, but It is a project I really enjoy and has a good sense of fun about it, I have laser cur models myself and this is an interesting interpretation, or application of a similar process of making. This is the text from the architect eley kishimoto's website

A collaboration with 6a architects, the HAIRYWOOD project played with ideas of defining space and creating place through the interaction of structure and pattern repeat. The 6.3m tower with raised public space was launched at the opening of The Yard, the Architecture Foundation’s new gallery.
Here are some images I found below from
flickr courtesy of erase and

If you look on the website of the architect you can find the models of the tower, suprisingly these are not laser cut, perhaps this would have been a representation took close to the end product. after all it is better to leave some things to the imagination.

1 comment:

  1. This is a very good example of the flexibility of laser cutting. At gf laser we use this type of laser cutting to produce egg box checking and form fixtures.