Echidna Arch

All Age's Event
Free Event

University of Tasmania, School of Architecture & Design

  • WED 14 - SUN 18
    All Festival
  • FREE
  • drop in/out
  • Prince's Square
Junction UTAS Archway

As you enter the Festival Hub, look up and wander through the Echidna Arch. The arch was designed and fabricated by Architecture students using several emerging digital technologies, including a laser scanner, a robotic arm and a CNC router. The plywood structure is designed to be flat-packed and is assembled without any mechanical fixings. The pyramid cells are formed by a robotic arm gradually applying pressure to a flat sheet of aluminium.

The archway will be installed in Prince’s Square throughout the festival.

Co-presented by

The Echidna Arch was created by:

Richard Burnham - Lecturer

Luke Dineen - Workshop manager

Kath Ellis - Workshop assistant

Ryan James - Workshop assistant

Isaac Johnson - Student

Jing Li - Student

Wenxui Lyu - Student

Sella Sella - Student

Mingrui Xin - Student

Yidan Xu - Student

Danchun Yao - Student

Echidna Arch Junction Arts Festival

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