This was a wall section I worked on with a classmate for my materials class. It was taken from a design by a Scandinavian architect named Sigurd Lewerentz. We poured the walls from hydraulic cement–not very easy at this scale… We took four tries to get it right because the concrete wasn’t completely flowing into the mold. The base is built up from MDF and hummosote, and the flooring material was made from hardi-backer. The roof is made from bass wood that we clear-coated to represent a standing-seam copper roof.