project was created to present pre-cast concrete
architectural modules designed for correctional
purposes. The set consists of overall view model
of a correctional building assembled from
pre-cast modules of different types and a
"close-up" model of a single quad cell module.
model was created in 1:87 (HO) scale. Modules
were designed in 3D, produces by SLA, finished
and painted. All modules were left separate.
Flat square magnets, 1/16" thick were embedded
into the walls of the modules allowing to
assemble separate modules together forming two
buildings on a common base. As you can see on
the pictures below, the magnets holding the
modules together securely.
The model of a
single quad cell module was created in much
larger 1:24 scale featuring systems and
furniture which supplied by manufacturer along
with modules. Featured systems included plumbing
and communication pipes running through the
chases of the module, insulation and anchoring
fixtures. The furniture set included bank beds,
desks, chairs, shelving, combined toilet/sink
units and mirrors.
Both models were
developed digitally, renderings generated off
the 3D model were submitted for review and
approval prior to actual fabrication.
The model was
accompanied by Pelican transit case with
custom foam lining.
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