Hidra II / Rhombic Dodecahedron
HIDRA II is a stainless-steel sculptural piece, that draws its name from one of the 48 constellations Ptolomeo registered back in the II Century and is one of the biggest one known so far.
HIDRA II is conformed by a single module that repeats itself six times constructing a complex spherical symmetry. In mathematical terms, this structure shows the dual relationship of the tetrahedron with itself. Each module is constructed by a set of two different pieces of laser cut stainless steel.
This sculpture expresses the intent of Estudio Cerisola to constantly push the boundaries of what can be achieved through Geometry and applied in new constructions. This piece is assembled and welded manually by master blacksmiths from Mexico City and, can be installed both indoors and outdoors.
|Edition:||Limited to four pieces and one author´s proof|
|Dimensions:||Ø 100 cm / Ø 39.4 in|
8- 12 weeks
Powder coated steel