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Competition--NYC AIDS Memorial--2012

Competition--NYC AIDS Memorial--2012

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Description

Site adjacent to O'Toole Bldg. of former St. Vincent's Hospital. Park (required element) edged by multi-layered, curved, onyx wall housing votive lights--echoing circular forms of O'Toole Building. Details and fuller description to be found here:

http://www.mercierkucstudio.com/MercierKucStudioAI...


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X176

The grid is a rail with square balusters and square profile rails (spaced all the way to the top @ 30" o.c.) I used the rail because this was: (A) quick!--and not a "real" project, but a competition and (B) it gave me the flexibility to try out different curves easily.
The lights are 150W point lights. (Chosen to give the effect of "votive" flames.)

almost 3 years ago
User_x176

and wonderfull light result! But I don't understand which kind oh light...

almost 3 years ago
User_x176

Very good work!!! and the steel grid that also holds the lights is a family or a local model???

almost 3 years ago
X176

Hi Mario--Because it was a competition and time was limited, I put together a bunch of elements that could be easily re-arranged, rather than a curtain wall, per se. The onyx panels were generic models (extrusions) arranged in vertical groups--some of which sit proud of other ones--not all in same plane. There are vertical steel columns, multiple onyx and glass layers, and a steel grid (scaffold-like) that also holds the lights. (Made the grid as a rail, by the way.) I found that putting the lights into vertical groups also made copying them and re-arranging them go faster. (I'm not talking about the groups within the light dialog--I made actual groups that could be moved.) Also had to put considerable effort into the onyx material to get the right color and right amount of translucency. There are hundreds of lights in this wall, making cloud rendering a necessity. Thank you-glad you liked it.

almost 3 years ago
User_x176

wonderfull curtain wall...how does you make it???

almost 3 years ago
User_x176

Very nice work Robin. Thanks so much for sharing!

almost 3 years ago
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Robin Mercier Kuc
New Haven, Connecticut, United States of America

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