Alli Dryer demonstrates super elastic plastic for Materials in Motion

Alli Dryer is an architect at the Dallas firm Good Fulton & Farrell (GFF).  You might know GFF from their work in places like the Equinox location in Dallas.  On this project they transformed a former luxury automobile showroom into a showcase for a branded lifestyle focused on fitness.

Getting back to Alli, she writes about cutting-edge technologies and materials on She uses the Chinese philosophy of Wu Xing—the idea that everything can be considered wood, fire, earth, metal, or water—as an informal framework. 

She ordered the super elastic plastic from Inventables and did some experimentation with it in this video.

Materials in Motion: Super Elastic Plastic from ARCHITERIALS on Vimeo.


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