November 1, 2011

A Truncated Isohedron to Remember

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After winning a grant earlier this year from Cornell Council for the Arts, architects Ian Janicki ’12 and Dan Marino ’12 combined forces with mechanical engineer David Kumka ’12, to investigate the malleability of different materials. The exploration culminated in a large, aluminum, dome-like structure, currently on display in Hartell Gallery for the remainder of the week. The Sun caught up with these three gentlemen yesterday, to discuss both the design and engineering processes behind the sculpture.

Original Author: Joey Anderson