Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Working with a group of graduate and undergraduate students in the School of Architecture at Georgia Tech, Vaulted Voronoi is an urban intervention directly on the Atlanta Beltline which creates a threshold condition for users of the corridor and acts as a visual link between the Beltline and the adjacent neighborhoods and high usage transportation corridors of Dekalb Avenue and the East/West rail line of MARTA. Using projective geometry and irregular tessalations the project creates a variable structural module to be economically produced in 1/2" CDX plywood. This variability produces a range of lighting conditions, shadow plays, and visual effects as one passes from Dekalb Avenue onto the Beltline through this temporal passage.
Project Team: Lena Klein, Scott Kittle, Chuck Smith, & Taylor Walters