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Saturday, December 8, 2018 at 12:00am
Zivkovic capitalizes on the Cornell Robotic Construction Laboratory's (RCL) large robotic saw to construct an elegant, rounded sculpture of log parts recycled from Cornell's Arnot Teaching and Research Forest in an exciting display of the interfaces of design, ecology, art, and architecture. Log Knot brings together the promise of futuristic, robotic design with the prolongation of natural duration.
RCL project leadership: Assistant professor of architecture Sasa Zivkovic, director, main project lead; and Brian Havener (B.Arch. '17), research associate, project colead
RCL project team: Christopher A. Battaglia (M.Arch. '17), senior research associate; Todd Petrie (B.Arch. '20), researcher; Cait McCarthy (M.Arch. '20), researcher; Kashyap Valiveti (M.Arch. '20), researcher; Jordan Young (M.Arch. '20), researcher, fabrication colead
Cornell Arnot Teaching and Research Forest: Peter Smallidge, Arnot Forest Director
RCL assembly team: Angel Almanzar (M.Arch. '21), Stephen Clond (M.Arch. '18), Isabel Lucia Branas Jarque (M.Arch. '19), Alexandre Mecattaf (M.Arch. '18), Edward Aguilera Perez (M.Arch. '20), Alexander Terry (M.Arch. '19), Dax Simitch Warke
This project appears as part of the 2018 Cornell Council for the Arts Biennial: Duration: Passage, Persistence, Survival.
Log Knot is supported by the Department of Architecture, Cornell Robotic Construction Laboratory, Arnot Teaching and Research Forest, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and FARO Technologies.