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Bucky Ball – Madison Square Park

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Madison Square Park, New York

The Bucky Ball project was the first of a number of projects with the artist Leo Villareal. Craft’s role in the project was to derive a parametric model for the two truncated icosahedrons that could respond to the geometrical constraints of the LED lighting and output fabrication drawings for the structural components.

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