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Enormous Cardboard Banana

Starting with a photo of a flattened banana peel, Cologne Institute for Architectural Design students Marc Over and Moritz Winkler created an enormous cardboard banana using Rhino for drafting and a Leica cutting plotter. When they finished assembling the oversized fruit, the pair recruited some of their fellow classmates to help install it on the roof of a Cologne University building.
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