Back in Play

Even though we’re up to our gills in work, it feels like ages since we’ve installed a project. So before disappearing into the wormhole again, we wanted to post a couple of photos of a project that we just completed for a new Hong Kong residential tower. It’s our second collaboration with Swire Properties, the developers with whom we worked on the Frank O. Gehry building. It was a quick affair with a team of six, powered by Japanese energy drinks, Vietnamese pho, and a dizzying array of chocolate treats.

Matt up in the boom futzing.

Matt up in the boom futzing.

A view of the sculpture as it peels away from the balcony's glass balustrade.

A view of the sculpture as it peels away from the balcony’s glass balustrade.

Jenn and Matt preparations for the next lift.

Jenn and Matt make preparations for the next lift.

Happy Kaitlin makes some final adjustments with a dental tool.

Happy Kaitlin makes some final adjustments with a dental tool.

Jennifer commands the "Airman scissor tank."

Jennifer commands the “Airman scissor tank.”

About nikolas

Nikolas Weinstein was born in New York City in 1968. His aesthetic derives from a longstanding interest in the natural world. The influence of organic forms in his work dates to a young age, established during internships at The American Museum of Natural History and The Scripps Institution of Oceanography. After graduating college with a degree in comparative literature, he moved to San Francisco, where he briefly worked as an assistant to a prominent graphic designer before founding his studio.
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