Tesselion : Adaptive Quadrilateral Flat Panelization

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Tesselion is located at the Philadelphia University Architecture & Design Building & will be up until October.

Address : 4201 Henry Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19144

Feel free to visit & take photos (send me any images & I will post them on the web)!

Written by sjet

May 16, 2008 at 7:52 pm

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Tesselion Complete!

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Images from the completed installation,

Tesselion: Adaptive Quadrilateral Flat Panelization.

www.tesselion.wordpress.com

Material Sponsor: Alliance Metals ( www.alliancemetals.com)

Fabrication Sponsor: Jared Laucks & Continental Signs ( www.continentalsigns.net)

Many Thanks: Jared Laucks, Marc Fornes, Adrienne Yancone & everyone else for the generous support!

More images soon!

Written by sjet

May 8, 2008 at 6:49 am

Construction Day 17_5:4:08

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A few photos as the canopy touches down with the ramp. 

Assembly has been completed: (Final photos will be up soon!)

-All panels are in place & tightened with lock nuts (except 1 which needs to be cut & shipped to site).

-The entire construction including folding, rivetting, bolting, installing & tightening took roughly 7 (12 hour) days for with only 1 person.

Written by sjet

May 5, 2008 at 6:04 pm

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Construction Images Day 15_5:02:08

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May 4, 2008 at 1:47 am

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Construction Images Day 14_5:01:08

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May 4, 2008 at 1:44 am

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Construction Images Day 10 : 4:27:08

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The threaded rod has been set into the concrete and the ground panels have been bolted in place.  The first rows are taking shape and beginning to transition from horizontal to vertical. 

Written by sjet

April 28, 2008 at 1:50 am

Construction Images Day 8_4:25:08

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Images from Phase 2: (12) 4′x8′ sheets CNC fabricated by Continental Signs and Jared Laucks.  (www.continentalsigns.net)

2 Full strips (27 panels) have been folded, riveted and bolted together.  5 strips still to be assembled.  There are 187 total panels in the canopy structure.

 

Written by sjet

April 26, 2008 at 12:31 am

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