Imitating large brush strokes, COMB is a permanent 12 sqm wall sculpture on the facade of an industrial warehouse in the port of Gdynia (Poland), commissioned by the city’s 2022 Design Biennale.
Seven pieces that interlock in a seamless way, are designed, and digitally crafted with robotic 3D printing and recycled plastic sourced from old, discarded fishing and shipping ropes.
The choice of the material pays tribute to the maritime activities in the port, while the curved and combed texture of the sculpture draws inspiration from mural and painting techniques.
|Properties||Recycled plastic sourced, discarded fishing and shipping ropes.|
|Material||Recycled plastic sourced, discarded fishing and shipping ropes.|
|Percentage of Waste||-%|
|Upcycling Waste||– kg / sqm|
|Sample Size||12 sqm|