Iridescence Print

“Iridescence Print is the first large-scale architectural installation to be automatically printed by robotic machines. Conceived as a spatially complex lightweight structure, the installation synthesizes a rigorous exploration of the architectural potentials of robotic extrusion of spatial meshes at full architectural scale. The multi-coloured installation was developed during the elective thesis “Extruded Structures” and is exclusively presented at the exhibition „L’usage des formes – Artisans d’art et artistes“ at the Palais de Tokyo, kindly supported by the Fondation Bettencourt Schueller.”

Thesis elective at the Chair of Fabio Gramazio / Matthias Kohler

Assistant: Andreas Thoma / Luka Piskorec

In collaboration with: Anna Szabo / Bo Cheng / Thijs van der Lely / Anne Cécile Carfantan / Lex te Loo / Emma Flores Herrera / Pascal Ruckstuhl / Chen Ken / Altair Cerda Tirado

Client: Palais de Tokyo

In cooperation with Studio Robert Stadler

More information at: Gramazio&Kohler