MARC FORNES & THEVERYMANY™

PRACTICING AT THE INTERSECTION OF ART + ARCHITECTURE ^ COMPUTATION

15 Orlando

MARC FORNES THEVERYMANY Orlando Public Art Pavilion Aluminum Stripes Mesh Crawling Python

“Strength relies in the Geometry, not in the Material” Fornes

MARC FORNES THEVERYMANY Orlando Public Art Pavilion Aluminum Stripes Mesh Crawling Grasshopper Rhino

“Structural elements as ultra-thin shells” Fornes

MARC FORNES THEVERYMANY Orlando Public Art Pavilion Aluminum Stripes Network Digital Fabrication

“Under Magnitude” | Orange County Convention Center | Orlando, FL | 20155
Design & computation: MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY

Completion November 15, 2016

This project is the latest step within the development following Marc Fornes invention on “Crawling Digital Mesh Topology as a Stripe based Material System”. It is also the largest to date as permanent structure.

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Orlando Non Linear Network White Topological Mesh Walking Stripes Aluminum

Design Development in progress on a 48′ x 35′ x 26′ distributed network that will hang within the concourse of the OCCC, altering the experience of the massive space by creating a lower sub-ceiling. The permanent structure will act both as a curious signal and a place for visual wandering.

Orlando Orange County Convention Center – concourse

Orlando Orange County Convention Center

Sketches in progress

Orlando Orange County Convention Center MARC FORNES THEVERYMANY Distributed 3D Mesh Network Public Art Colors

Orlando Orange County Convention Center MARC FORNES THEVERYMANY Distributed 3D Mesh Network Public Art Colors

Orlando Orange County Convention Center MARC FORNES THEVERYMANY Distributed 3D Mesh Network Public Art Colors

Orlando Orange County Convention Center MARC FORNES THEVERYMANY Distributed 3D Mesh Network Public Art Colors

Orlando Orange County Convention Center MARC FORNES THEVERYMANY Distributed 3D Mesh Network Public Art Colors

Orlando Orange County Convention Center MARC FORNES THEVERYMANY Distributed 3D Mesh Network Public Art Colors