Scaffolding Sculptures – The Structural Wave

 
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As a building and construction necessity, scaffolding is a staple of construction sites across Australia. However, those within the industry who have the ability to come up with unique and innovative scaffolding solutions, are able to create artistic sculptures that seem to defy gravity.

The ‘Structural Wave’ by Jarrod Taylor, was a breathtaking display of the sculptural potential that scaffolding provides creative individuals.

The sculpture stood 9 metres tall, 15 metres long and 8 metres wide, appearing to “break” over Mackenzie’s Point on the Bondi to Tamarama walk located in Sydney, Australia. The mathematics and engineering required to not only keep the sculpture erect, but to do so while giving the scaffolding the same fluidity as a wave is what made this sculpture so breath taking.

Sitemax aim to take our knowledge and expertise to every construction site in Australia. We can help improve the safety and efficiency of your scaffolding project, so why not contact us today? At Sitemax, we make it easy.

(V’Myer, G. 2005)
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