PERMANENT MAPPING SCULPTURE
We imagined a wooden sculpture called Diana. She was born from fashion and architectural designs inspiration, mixing geometrical shapes with organic fabrics. Watching the sculpture from different angles, take the visitors to a hidden journey.
From 323 wood layers cut by a digital machine, this sculpture was made to project a magical mapping that makes material, light and movements interacting between each other.
This piece of 500kg is currently in a hotel in Milano.
ME by Meliá
BlowFactory, Paula Guastella, Chico Thomas and Renaud Hericord. Architect : Guillermo Perez
Adrián Tabares García