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The idea of this project was to capture for New Zealand typical phenomena and translate these into an object. This was about wind-blown trees that grow completely out of their normal shape on the hillsides on the ocean and the laid-back mentality of Kiwis.
The frame is made of steel tube and consists of 5 parts: the root, 3 tree trunk parts and the crown. For assembly these pieces slide into each other. Their order is given by the preassembled power cable, which runs through all of them.
Hochschule für Gestaltung
Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany