Stanislav Roudavski The Hex Kite
The Hex Kite is Platinum Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Arts, Crafts and Ready-Made Design Award Category.
The Hex Kite

The Hex is a kite-like structure that can be inflated and supported in the air by wind. Generated by a computational process and made from lightweight fabric, the Hex belongs to a family whose members use space-grid geometries but can have different branching patterns, sizes or colors. While the Hex can be enjoyed as a unique air-borne sculpture in a variety of public events, it also serves as a research prototype in the development of inflatable architectural constructions that can be supported by wind rather than by artificially powered pumping systems.

The Hex Kite
Stanislav Roudavski The Hex
Stanislav Roudavski Kite
Stanislav Roudavski design
Stanislav Roudavski design
The University of Melbourne

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