Self-Assembly Lab Defies Gravity At Biennial With “Rock Print”
Oct09

Self-Assembly Lab Defies Gravity At Biennial With “Rock Print”

It basically looks like a bunch of rocks. Turns out, that’s exactly what it is, but fashioned very carefully. The Chicago Architecture Biennial collaborative installation known as “Rock Print” is the first architectural construction built by robotic machines using only rocks and thread. No adhesive or mortar holds the structure together. “Rock Print” appears to defy gravity. It also offers an intriguing...

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