Caret 6, also known as ^6, is a full-scale installation
created to host the TEX-FAB 5 SKIN:Digital Assemblies exhibition in the spring of 2014 in the School of Architecture at UT Austin.
Working with a group of 17 students we designed
an adaptive installation that would showcase
the exhibit. In the spirit of digital fabrication,
the project was generated using parametric tessellations
that simulate a three dimensional experience.
The dynamic form transforms from an
inhabitable vault-like space to a wave that cascades
to the ground and supports the various
boards for the competition exhibit. In addition
to the school exhibit, Caret 6 was exhibited at
the 2014 SXSW Renegade Craft Fair. This exhibit
promoted new technologies and local artisans.
While we oversaw the design of the project and form development as a team, we also each had