Fabricated Kinetic Environment Working As A Design Tool To Inform Spatial Experience.
PROFESSOR: Ebrahim Poustinchi
COLLABORATOR: Jake Toloczko
Tessellate-Optics is a fabricated, robotic environment used to explore reflectivity with the use of material, color, space, line, shape, and responsiveness. Neutral colors are used to reflect and defuse the light, color, and energy created with correspondence. These formations create moments in space and time that inform design decisions. This conceptual model is used as a tool for space planning and branding an office environment.