Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Palo Alto, CA
1"=100' scale 144" x 35" x 5"

For a brief nano-second, a universe (black holes and all) is created when an atom is smashed in one of several underground accelerators at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.  The scientists at SLAC have the capability and technology to measure and record these events in real time.  Buildings are constructed, remodeled, and removed as the equipment required in an experiment changes.  This model was made to assist in the future planning of experiments conducted at SLAC.  It was a true honor to make a model of a place at which the world’s most brilliant minds converge for the purpose of understanding the origins of the universe.