Thursday, March 22, 2012

Creating building forms with Rhino, CNC, plywood, concrete, and fiberglass

CW Keller, an architectural millwork, furniture, and design firm, drew on multiple resources to fabricate the roof of the Boston Harbor Park Pavilion. The Pavilion's open-air roof is actually two complex curved canopies. To define the surfaces, optimize the material yield, and translate the data to machine-ready CNC files, CW Keller relied on Rhino.

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