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Title : Vectorworks Brings Daniel Libeskind’s Futuropolis to Life
Company : Nemetschek VectorWorks
Date : 16-Aug-2009
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Imagine trying to construct a sculpture that weighs seven tons, has 98 towers and consists of 2,164 different birch plates. The wooden sculpture was designed by architect Daniel Libeskind, modeled in VectorWorks by The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology’s (ETH ) caad.designtoproduction research group and fabricated by Bach Heiden AG for a workshop Libeskind held at the University of St. Gallen (HSG). HSG, a renowned business school, introduces its new students with a freshman week each year.
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