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Giulia Pustorino

Giulia is a qualified Engineer and Architect with extensive BIM knowledge and a specialist interest in sustainability.

This year we have taken a different approach to our London studio Christmas Tree. Lead by our model-making and digital teams we have designed and built a sustainable paper Christmas tree! Building on the tools and techniques we employ in our projects; this year’s Christmas tree has been a true collaborative effort, with over 100 people taking part in its design and construction.

The final tree uses 22 square meters of wastepaper collected across the studio and stands at 3m in height with a diameter of 1.6m at the base and 0.2m at the top. We used a laser cutter to create 696 panels which are divided into 29 unique types, ranging from A3 to A7 size. These panels slot together avoiding the need for any additional fittings making recycling easier at the end. The final tree weighs 2kg and is supported by a specially designed and 3D printed rig, which allowed the tree to be raised in stages as each layer was completed.

We are really proud of our unique and elegant tree, that showcases the important and creative work our model-making and digital teams do to support our clients and their projects.

The design of this installation was driven in parallel, from the development of the ‘physical’ paper joints, the aesthetics of the initial concept and the geometry of the computationally developed shapes. This type of design development can only happen with great teamwork and something we strive to achieve with all of our work at WW+P. Projects like this are a real pleasure to be part of.”

Toby Loughton

With the Digital team being officially established at WW+P this year we wanted to help mark this with a fun festive project that brought together the knowledge, competencies, and skills of the studio. We also decided to enhance the design process with computational thinking and delivered a beautiful tree for the entrance that we are really proud of!

Digital lead Giulia Pustorino said of the project

Giulia Pustorino

Giulia is a qualified Engineer and Architect with extensive BIM knowledge and a specialist interest in sustainability.

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