DESIGN MODELS



MATERIALS: (assorted) aluminum, metal tubing, plexiglass, acrylic, resin, plastic, foam core, chipboard, wood, canvas, string, scale figures, and lots of glue

"Both as an instrument of communication as well as a means of design development there is no substitute for the physical model. It is no coincidence that architecture and model making share a rich history, so intrinsic to the design process it is impossible to imagine successfully understanding the essence of a design without the contribution of physical models. The most important models are those that lead to design conviction, those models that strengthen the design through their production and evaluation."

// Ben van Verkel (UNStudio)