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Structural Engineering Sculpture

Structural engineering is often seen as solely reams of calculations and consequently the profession and engineering degrees are viewed as dull. To help counter this (false) perception, I have been working with two undergraduates, Divij and Essam, this summer to develop large, public and interactive “sculptures” to communicate structural concepts in a natural and engaging manner.

Discussing ideas at BuroHappold's Manchester offices (thanks to visiting professor Mei Ren for  organising this meeting).

Discussing ideas at BuroHappold’s Manchester offices (thanks to visiting professor Mei Ren for organising this meeting).

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