To construct this 100+ sqm ceiling, we started on the floor.
We laid out the full ceiling substrate in our factory yard, resembling a curved grid. Once we were happy with the layout, we moved indoors to fix the shaped laminated cured plywood fins on each row of the grid, generating the undulating curves of the ceiling feature.
We worked from CAD plans with topographical contour lines similar to a map of a mountain range. From this, we transitioned hundreds of individual elements into curved panels with contours. When re-assembled up-side down this created the suspended ceiling.
The result is a unique ceiling which draws the eye upwards, and makes a feature of what would have been an otherwise uninteresting space.