Biennale Architectura 2016 – Marte.Marte concrete cubes from Dade Design
Entitled: In the search of the unexpected dade design produced 5 concrete cubes. Every cube is show cases a unique detail of an architecture Project from Marte.Marte Architects (Austria).
dade design produced these concrete cubes with an ultra modern production method. The landscape was produced with and the for the achitecture models our newly developed 3D printing technology was applied.The final details were worked manually by the Artist Gregor Weder.
The cubes in the old Arsenal in Venice had to be transported by water through very narrow canals. Furthermore the old building had their limits in terms of weights on the the Floor. Dade found a way to reduce the full size weight of 10,5 down to below 2000kg.Once more the dade UHPC fibre concrete was applied.
This project is another example how dade is reinventing the old fashioned concrete business with modern production methods with entrepreneurial Spirit.
The show at Biennale Venice is on until the end of October 2016.
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