Modular aluminum-prism screen system
The aggregation of thin, triangular aluminum prisms, which are transformed into intriguing structures that resemble eccentric space-frames, makes up Prism Screen. Inspired by organic growth patterns, Korban/Flaubert developed Prism Screen as a reconfigurable system evoking web formations and branching structures found in nature. Each module consists of twelve interconnected submodules, and the inherent depth of the system creates interesting three-dimensional effects at various viewing angles. Very simple mechanisms can achieve visual complexity based on a systematized logic.
Contact: Korban/Flaubert, Sydney, Australia.
For more information, see Transmaterial 2: A Catalog of Materials That Redefine our Physical Environment