One of the most compelling qualities of architecture is the way that it defines and alters one's perception of space, and the HEXigloo is a prime example of an installation that achieves this in a truly intriguing way.
The project was undertaken by a group of 55 students learning from a panel of instructors during a one-week workshop in Bucharest, Romania. This unusual object is one of 10 creations conceived with bestowed knowledge of parametric design. The smooth undulating surface of the sculpture came to be after extensive computer modeling to organize this billowing fabric of 196 hexagonal modules.
When all was rendered, and the Z axis of the 3D field was mapped out to offer the desired effect, the HEXigloo was laser-cut from cardboard, loosely assembled and then fastened together to create this swelling honeycomb sculpture.