Win a robot-woven stool from Jenny Sabin's MoMA PS1 installation as part of the 2017 Young Architects Program. Bid now on stellar art + design works & experiences and purchase tickets for the Design Trust's 2017 Art + Design Benefit Auction!
"To make the 'spool stool,' recycled plywood spools, carved into serrated pinwheels were placed at either end while a robot—named Sulla—spun woven micro-cord thread in a hyperbolic fashion around their perimeter," describes Jason Sayer in The Architect's Newspaper.
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MoMA’s Young Architects Program invites a new designer to transform their courtyard in Long Island City, Queens each summer, and Ithaca-based Jenny Sabin Studio has created the latest installation: a glowing, mist-spraying canopy that looks a bit like an alien spider den.