First, a point field is drawn upon the surface - areas of higher curvature retains a higher point density. These points are then connected together to form irregular closed hexagons, which are then divided and extruded to form 4-branched ‘tree’ structures that are then rejoined together to create a new object separate from the starting input.
The resultant form gains self-authorship through its own logic of aggregation, parametric relationships, inherent geometric constraints, and material conditions.
Plywood base + legs
Programs & Machining:
Rhino 4, MasterCAM X, Flopath, C.R. Onstrud CNC Router, Waterjet