Visualizing Sculpture


CO Architects in Los Angeles recently helped me conduct a rigorous final design phase for a 200' sculpture that will be located in Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas. Aesthetic details and required tolerances were refined to an unprecedented level using VR to scrutinize the overall scale and user experience throughout. Because this project is formed by a series of panels that visually interlock, VR allowed the interlocking to be expanded upon in later versions. This image represents the current (and final) version.
Some statistics on the sculpture:
30,000 holes
1.5 miles of cutting
10' x 90' artwork surface area