SHoP Architects, Dunescape (2000)Construction documentPavilion for summer music series at MoMA P.S.1
'The firm developed 3D computer drawings, which they nicknamed “CAT scans”, and used them as construction documents. The unusual process included printing out color-coded drawings of a large size (28 by 15 feet), laying them out on the site, and using them as templates for the actual structure.'
(via SHoP Architects « michael nelson’s blog)

SHoP Architects, Dunescape (2000)
Construction document
Pavilion for summer music series at MoMA P.S.1

'The firm developed 3D computer drawings, which they nicknamed “CAT scans”, and used them as construction documents. The unusual process included printing out color-coded drawings of a large size (28 by 15 feet), laying them out on the site, and using them as templates for the actual structure.'

(via SHoP Architects « michael nelson’s blog)

12 ♥ / 29 December, 2012 / Source: michaelrobertnelson.wordpress.com
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