suckerPUNCH: describe your project.
matias del CAMPO & sandra MANNINGER: the mobile exhibition design for the austrian winery boom provided span with possibilities to explore performative surfaces and economy of form. to fulfill the multiplicious demands span relied on the concept of minimizing the number of elements, implying the tasks in two surfaces. the design process resulted in an elegant topology of the surface, subsequentialy encoding the form.
the machinic process caused undulating patterns, created by the milling path of the router, ensuing a highly performative, corrugated surface. the population of forty-three members comprised a family of three different types of pods, colonizing the floors and walls of the exhibition space. manifold groups achieved the effect of continuous differentiation.