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Tetrahedron 2014

An inhabitable tetrahedron hung above an unusual hill in Hooke Park. Core studio project from my time as a student of the Design + Make programme. Made up of 6 identical box beams and 4 panels, the tetrahedron’s plain exterior conceals an intricate interior. Seen from different angles, the tetrahedral form presents both square and triangular profiles. With photos from Valerie Bennett.

Filters: Architecture, Making

With: Vivian Yang, Martin Self (Programme Director), Christopher Sadd (Forester), Charlie Corry Wright (Workshop Manager), Toby Burgess (Tutor), Jack Hawker (Rigging)

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