We design and build works of art created by New York artist Tony Robbin.


Robbin successfully combines art, science, and mathematics. His quasi-crystal sculptures - based on quasi-crystal geometry - display exciting, non-repeating geometrical patterns. Quasi-crystals have paradoxical properties: They display non-repeating patterns; however, they are made up of identical, repeating elements.


Robbin built the first true quasi-crystal structure at COAST (Center for Art, Science, and Technology) at the Danish Technical University. The pictures below show the sculpture at COAST.


The principles underlying Robbin’s quasi-crystal art are discussed in his books “Fourfield: Computers, Art & the Fourth Dimension” and “Engineering a New Architecture”.






Art, photographs, and copyright: Tony Robbin.