TILT was involved in design development, engineering, and manufacturing of a major sculptural installation, Malu Githalal, by Brian Robinson as part of a ground-breaking exhibition of contemporary art, Australie/Australia: Defending the Oceans at the Heart of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Art on show in Monaco.
The installation includes three vibrantly colourful crabs, fixed to the façade of the Musée Océanographique de Monaco.
TILT prepared detailed 3D computer models for each crab which were then utilised to produce 2D manufacturing drawings.
The team elected to use the honeycomb aluminium panel for the body structure due its light weight and high strength characteristics to withstand high wind loads on the building’s façade.
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Images courtesy Stéphane Jacob, Arts d' Australie.