Full-Scale

This project seeks to define innovation leveraging additive manufacturing and visual communication techniques to construct teaching material that fosters experimentation and discovery. It investigates how we perceive size and measure objects and spaces.

Due to multiple measuring systems acknowledged in a variety of countries, our understanding of size differs globally. The difference between measurement systems, metric and imperial units, is creating confusion on how we communicate size as well. The Full-Scale project aims to rethink daily life objects' role in understanding size and create a common visual and physical language on how we read size through objects.

Full-Scale project had been develop by Bilge Nur Saltik through the SEED IN research grant by LTU.
Research assistants for the project; Gabrielle Larkin, Julia Hedlund, Evelyn Herrmann

Designer:

Bilge Nur Saltik

Material:

Concrete