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Multiple geometries were tested with varying means of connection including cording, elastic, and twine. Maintaining consistency in the way the material was woven through a small hole cut into the tiles allowed for a rigid curve to be made by draping the sheet in one direction, but when turned to the other side, the sheet became limp. For ease of repair and manufacturing, only one shape was used to create the patterns shown. This thought lead to the pursuit of an economical system that uses only two materials to create a sheet that can be extended infinitely.

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architecture // dance  

architecture // dance