horst kiechle: paper torso with removable parts
 
horst kiechle: paper torso with removable parts
jan 13, 2012

horst kiechle: paper torso with removable parts

the australian architect / artist horst kiechle designed this torso with removable organs for the science lab of the international school nadi, fiji islands built entirely from 200gms/sqm white card. you can find more images of the project here.

horst kiechle: paper torso with removable parts

horst kiechle: paper torso with removable parts

  horst kiechle: paper torso with removable parts

horst kiechle: paper torso with removable parts internal organs removed from torso

horst kiechle: paper torso with removable parts intestines

horst kiechle: paper torso with removable parts making of

via my modern met

  • This is so beautiful; function plus aesthetics. I am a FabLab Guru teaching digital fabrication to students from grade 7 thru college freshmen. Would you consider unlocking these .pdf files so I can have the students use a laser cutter and/or electronic knife cutter to fabricate these parts? Thank you so much for considering it!

    Tierney Putman
  • great! the body is not only the external shape.

    giogiokucha
  • good for you

    mom
  • awesome…

    Adyor Vanderlei
  • Beautiful

    Karen

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