“Thallus” means “unending plant” in Greek and is another reminder of Hadid’s never-ending creativity in the form of 7 km long installation, a looped chair. Created using hotwire cutting technology, the structure was released by Zaha Hadid’s Architectural research group. The process of making it involved six-axis robotic 3D printing technology which created extruded structural strip as a continuous line that repeatedly loops to connect with itself on a ruled surface – giving out the extraordinary design.
The project was published in the May 2017 issue of SURFACES REPORTER.
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