- 1 object
- 2 weeks for a preliminary design
- 2 weeks for pre-fabrication
- 1 week in Izmir, Turkey
- 2 days of building
- 7,5 ton of mdf for molds
- 25m2 of machined mold area
- The result: 180kg of composite material
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 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
After one week of working hard, the actual product got finished.
At the end of the building week it got transported to Yasar University. And after a small presentation we all enjoyed the great and shiny object we produced.
The final product;
A big thanks to everybody who worked so hard to realize this amazing project!
Today we present our design at the Yasar University, so it’s time for a wrap up of the week here in Izmir. After some guided tours and relaxing on the beach, we started working on the piece.
Today the object is finished and will be placed at the Yasar University campus.
Maarten & Luuk
The final molds are done!
There are four panels, thus four combined molds, A, B, C and D.
We followed the elephant logo for naming, From left to right and top to bottom. A – B forms the top part, C -D forms the bottom part.
The molds can be found here: