Innotorus is a mathematical work of art that tells a story about mathematics combining different disciplines of Aalto University and makes visible the layers of today's student activities on campus. The work has a tensegrity structure, in which the structural form consists of discrete floating crosses made of glass fiber bound together by the tension of steel wires.

The work originates from a cross-disciplinary course Crystal Flowers in Halls of Mirrors: Mathematics meets Art and Architecture held in Aalto University.

 

Design: 
Otso Helenius, Jesper Jokilehto, Eero Kaarlehto, Juha-Matti Lappalainen and Pekka Lehtelä, 2013

Location:
Otakaari 1, 2nd floor, lecture hall B, Espoo