Final logo and name of Fil.
Sebastian has made this nice looking logo! For everyone a short description of the origin of the name and logo:
The name arose from the objects form, which looks a bit like an elephant head. Fil means Elephant in Turkish. But we pronounce it not as Fiel, as it should be pronounced in Turkish, but more as a name like Phill. SoFil.
The logo reflects both the shape of the object as the visual appearance of the name Fil/elephant.
The logo is sent to Mark today, hopefully they are able to make a print out of it, so it can be put on the object still.
Here is also the PDF, which you can open in Illustrator: Fil_Logo
Final design is finished and posted yesterday evening on dropbox. For the people who do not know the name yet: “Final Shape with Logos” is the correct one.
Bench is adjusted; surface of bench has a one degree slope upwards, so rain will fall off and it will be easier for the CNC. Bench height is now ergonomic 50cm.
Leg is adjusted as well; side of the smaller is now pointing outwards at the end of the leg, for easy CNC as Jelmer suggested. End of the leg is filleted.
Curves of the model can be offsetted now.
Model is made with all edges filleted and without fillet edges. Unfortunately we could not manage to fillet just the inner edges. Hopefully it is possible to combine the two for the molds somehow.
Here a preview of the placement of the logo. Renders will follow.
Variant 1. 1 seat, 60 degrees curvature as made in Rhino.
Variant 6. Very nice curvature, attractive.
Variant 7. Model made as 3D example of a concept made by Luuk. To look if shape can stand on its own. This is possible if the back rest has enough curvature and when there is enough weight onder the seating area to keep the chair in balance.
Divided dome into three equal parts. So only the molds for one part are needed. Parts can be positioned in dome shape, but are not connected in the middle so they can be randomly scattered on a square as well if there is not enough space. Next to that this provides easy assembly since one of the three parts can be produced in one day. The next day this part can already be assembled, while the next part is being made.
Variant 1: Dome with two stairs, 90 degrees curvature. 23m2. Too big
Variant 2: Dome with two stairs, 60 degrees curvature. 17m2.
Variant 3: Dome with two stairs, 60 degrees curvature. 17m2.
Variant 4: Dome with two stairs, 60 degrees curvature. 15m2.
Variant 5: Dome with one stairs, 90 degrees curvature. 19,2m2.
Variant 5: Different parts place randomly on a square instead of in a dome shape.
Pavilion opens to two sides, so people are attracted to the pavilion from different directions. Both sides can be used. On the outside people can hang, have beer, or look for some info on a information computer (information kiosk like). On the inside people can search for shelter against the sun, gather or even give a presentation.
Sketch 1. Arena like shape for presentation opportunities.
Sketch 2. Arena like shape without blubby edges to reduce materials.
Sketch 3. Arena inside out, more approachable object. Hufter proof design.