I made this with Matt Beaudouin-Lafon, my (older) sibb at Olin. Over the course of a week, we drafted, fabricated, and assembled a 1:100 scale model of the Foundry, a building that the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority is turning into a community space.
We designed the model in Onshape, and built it out of laser-cut single-ply cardboard and glue. It was a lot of fun working with a fairly complex CAD model, and considering how all of the pieces together was an interesting problem.
It’s also featured in this video about the event at Olin: