From 2014 to 2016, I worked for Tristan Al-Hadad’s Stealth sculpture, I had the unique opportunity to take on dual roles in this large-scale art project. As the shop manager, I oversaw the day-to-day operations of the workshop, managing staff, scheduling tasks, and ensuring that the necessary materials and tools were readily available. As an intern designer, I worked closely with Al-Hadad to help develop and refine the sculpture’s design, offering ideas, producing construction drawings, and assisting in the creation of mock-ups and prototypes. Through this experience, I gained valuable insights into the process of creating large-scale artworks and developed my project management and design skills.

Design by: Formations Studio; find out more about Stealth here

Type: Public Art

Materials: Concrete – Rebar – Wood