In order to remain efficient and respect the short timeframe, SACO’s Architectural division sourced and created state-of-the-art parametric tools, which they used to calculate the layout of every component on the façade, including cable path and links, and control room layouts. Another challenge was how to attach the SACO V-Sticks and carrier to the fin detail of the building without covering the actual architectural fin.
SACO chose a disguise 2x4pro to drive the complex media display. “We’ve been working with disguise since the very beginning and have developed an interesting workflow between our two companies,” says Jonathan Labbee, Executive Vice-President & COO with SACO. “SACO has also developed a processor mapping tool, which directly uploads coordinates to the disguise unit. To help bring the integration to the next level, SACO also collaborated with dandelion + burdock who they have worked with for several years. dandelion + burdock, a disguise studio partner, specialises in custom disguise solutions and developed a workflow and devised content for the project.