The individual pipe components were formed such that radius of the interior subtracted area is a fraction of the exterior radius; the component height is a multiplication of exterior radius. The assembly was created by contouring individual components and then stacking laser cut contoured pieces to create a graduated component assembly. Five individual components were joined to create a circular shape. Ten tiers of component circles are joined vertically to create the assembly.
During initial parametric iterations, the component became unbuildable. The final component and connection strategy allows for optimal transparency. Light and sound easily transmit through the chosen material and assembly technique. The transparency of both assembly and material selection create warped perceptions and lens through which to view both the interior and exterior space surrounding the assembly.