Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), otherwise known as plexiglass, is a kind of acrylic.It was invented by Otto Rohm in 1993.Because of its unique properties like its transparency, flexural strength, impact strength, tensile strength, polishability, and UV tolerance, plexiglass has become a favorite material when it comes to making scale models.
Macheta architects have seen the potential of plexiglass when it comes to scale model building and have planned to take it to the next level.The result of their effort is the Plexiglas Acrilyc Block Concept Architectural Model.
The model is basically made of blocks of plexiglass stacked and stuck together to form a low-rise residential building.No other material has been used in the creation of this model.Because it is made from plexiglass, Plexiglas Acrilyc Block Concept Architectural Model is colorless and can reflect an infinite number of colors, depending on the light of the room. If you want, you can attach LED lights anywhere in the model to enhance its aesthetics.Its base is also made from thick plexiglass block, so you can attach lighting fixtures here as well.The whole model has been hand polished to create a crystal clear finish.
You can detach and reattach the blocks of plexiglass in order to look inside the building.When completely assembled, Plexiglas Acrilyc Block Concept Architectural Model forms an atypical U-shaped building. You can divide the whole building into five different sections of varying height. The smallest section of the building only has four floors while the highest section has ten floors. The other sections have six to eight floors.
Overall, the Plexiglas Acrilyc Block Concept Architectural Model promotes minimalism in its highest form.Clean and sophisticated are the two best words that can describe the structure. And because of its thickness, it is resistant to weathering and will not break easily.You can use the model for any purposes, and it will last for a long time.