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May 6, 2013 AT 5:00 am

Topographical metal tubes at a confectionary


X-Tu Architects, a French firm, creates a 3D topographical map using extruded metal tubes to make a sinuous curvature around chocolatier Patrick Roger’s Paris boutique. Roger’s chocolate sculptures explore the changing (edible) states of chocolate, from molten to solid and back again, and x-tu mimics this by showing how a seemingly linear form, a metal tube, can be given curvilinear shape. Via designboom.

xtuboutiquepatrickrogers07image © luc boegly
xtuboutiquepatrickrogers06image © luc boegly

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