The Jetson project is an art installation at the Georgia Institute of Technology within the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons. Located at the Tennenbaum Atrium the design is suspended within space and hovering above the main entrance lobby.

The design is established by 5 distinct ellipses representing the five colleges at the Institute which are connected by several single surface links. As a color choice the design reflects gold, white and black which are historic GT colors. The Jetson project resembles a futuristic appearance intriguing notions of innovation and technology. It is constructed out of hundreds of unique anodized and painted aluminum shapes and is build in reference to the structure of a monocoque airplane.

Design: VA | DESIGN
Project Team: Volkan Alkanoglu, Russell Gentry, Ainsley McMaster, Derin Yilmaz, Jessica Greenstein, Matthew Au
Installation and Fabrication Team: David Moore, Heather Potts, Patricia Samartzis, Elpida Peponi, Annie Jenkins, Julie Echeverri, Ishrat Lopa, Alex Gillette, Son Vu Grace Reed, Abigail Smith, Sayuj Srivastava
Client: Georgia Institute of Technology
Consultant: Russell Gentry, Lauren Stewart, Jake Tompkins, Matthew Au
Location: Georgia Institute of Technology, Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, Atlanta, GA
Date: 2015
Photography: Patrick Heagney
Status: Completed

With kind support by the College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, George B. Johnston