DrawNow! Common Ground
SITU Studio honored the legacy of visionary architect Lebbeus Woods (1940-2012) with an all-day participatory DrawNow! drawing workshop on Saturday, June 7th, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The workshop invited participants to produce a collective artwork on a shared, semi-rigid, drawing surface that transformed into a landscape throughout the course of the day.
NYSCI Design Lab: Sandbox Fabrication
New York Hall of Science, Queens
January 2014 Design by SITU Studio
Fabrication by SITU Fabrication
Video by: SITU Studio with Patrick Mandeville
Soundtrack: Little Trip by Mugison
Compilation of time-lapse sequences of Heartwalk in Father Duffy Square during the month of February 2013.
Transforming the Great Hall
Installing Hava Nagila
Installation work of Hava Nagila exhibition. Laser engraved, acoustical carpet tiles, parabolic speakers, relics. Rotating time-lapse in hexagonal gallery.
Making Maker Space
Producing parts and installing Maker Space at the New York Hall of Science.
Y-3 Projection Wall
Panning view of projection wall of installation for Y-3's 2013 Spring/Summer Fashion Show. Design by Dev Harlan. Fabrication of wall by Situ Fabrication.
Compilation of time-lapse and video footage offers a look into the design, fabrication and installation of reOrder.
Video by Situ Studio with Luke Garai Taylor and Sam Petersson
Fossil Reconstruction Sequence
Situ studio collaborated with Professor Adam Maloof of Princeton University's Department of Geosciences in a body of research that suggests that fossils discovered in South Australia could be the oldest animal bodies ever discovered. Situ worked with Maloof to develop a system to both process and digitally reconstruct these fossils for morphogenetic analysis.
Foldable Display System
Folding plywood display system developed for traveling exhibition. Designed by Snohetta and Situ Studio, the project debuted at the Scandinavia House, NYC in October of 2010.
Lonar GPS Points
GPS points collected by Prof. Adam Maloof during two weeks of field work around the Lonar Meteor Crater in Lonar, India. The point cloud was then kriged to create a digital model of the terrain and CNC milled physical model.
Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward - Exhibition Promotional Video
Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright are Copyright © The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, AZ.
Highlights of Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward include newly created three-dimensional scale models that examine the internal mechanics of functional space in relation to exterior form in a variety of Wright's projects.
Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward Run-through
Situ Studio designed and fabricated six models for the Guggenheim's 'Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward' exhibition. This video depicts a run-through of the museum showing the layout and brief shots of each model.
Taliesin Model - Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward
The model of Taliesin East explores the carefully constructed relationship between the site's architecture and its landscape as both evolved continuously over the first half of the 20th century. The physical model provides a snapshot of the site as it existed in the late 1950s at the end of Wright's life. On the surface of the model a series of projections trace the fluid evolution of the landscape through animated diagrams and aerial photographs of different periods.
Solar Pavilion 3 - Part Production
A combination of CNC and conventional tools were used for the production of parts for the Solar Pavilion 3. Tools included a CNC router, table saw, CNC waterjet, vise, chop-saw, automated webbing cutter and CNC fabric-cutter. Materials included plywood, aluminum, steel conduit, biodegradable billboard vinyl, recycled glass bottles, LEDs, copper wire and heavy-duty zip-ties.
Solar Pavilion 3 - Construction at Stuyvesant Cove Park, NYC
The pavilions structure consists of 2,500 slotted strips milled out of 100 sheets of plywood that are woven together and joined with "I" shaped aluminum fasteners. A secondary set of compressive struts are also inserted into the plywood slots forcing the strips to bend out of plane to form arching structural geometries. Membranes made of biodegradable vinyl fabric are then stretched between plywood members adding further stiffness to the structure, as well as provide shelter from the sun and rain.
The SCI FI Pavilion was designed for the SCI FI Channel as its booth at the 2008 Comic-Con convention in San Diego, California. The 1,950 sq ft pavilion is an interactive environment that can subsequently be broken down and transported to other venues. Universal connections between different sections of the pavilion allow it to be partially or entirely reconfigured each time it is erected, with the possibility of creating a range of intermediary spaces.
Solar Pavilion 2
Solar Pavilion 2 was an experiment in indeterminate structural systems, using CNC-cut plywood parts manufactured with zero waste. The 2,500 sq. ft. pavilion was erected in 4 different sites in 4 completely unique configurations. Each time, the building process was engaged by a new group of participants who were trained to execute the basic constructional rules with a large degree of freedom.
One Jackson Square Lobby
A tour through the One Jackson Square Lobby. Designed by KPF Architects, with fabrication, consultancy and construction administration provided by Situ Fabrication.
Madison Avenue (Doll)House
Situ Fabrication was hired to consult and fabricate the REX designed dollhouse for Calvin Klein. The dollhouse is composed of a welded steel frame clad in an elastic fabric membrane. Half of the faces of the triangulated form are hinged and can be smoothly opened and closed with the assistance of gas springs.