Take a 360 degree look at
some of mouldCAM’s art and
architectural projects....using
CNC manufacturing technology
across a range of materials
to make even the most complex
of designs possible.

RMIT composite building facade, ARM architecture

Image by John Gollings Photography

RMIT Based on a design reminiscent of Penrose tiles, this complex façade was designed and engineered entirely in 3D. CNC-cut tooling combined with GRP construction delivered a perfect translation of shape. Its vivid green gloss finish has earned it the nickname ‘Green Brain’.

“Their ability to work with us using three-dimensional models was seamless.” - Ashton Raggatt McDougall, Architects

DAY IN, DAY OUT, BLIGH ST cast aluminium public artwork James Angus ellipsoidal freeway fiber reinforced polymer Turpin + Crawford Halo, carbon fiber sculpture HAMER HALL, ARM Architecture composites Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre, composites architecture James Angus Mountains Valleys Caves Fiberglass composite Polar Bears sculpture Short Shelter, composite blade