AERO – experimental surfcraft for california culture

With influences in outlines of a planning hull, this asymmetrical surfcraft design is in a class of it’s own. The designers from West of West describe it best, ‘Ridges and valleys emerge from the surface, forming a new topography that reacts to speed and flow in unique ways.’ I would love to give this board a go in the water, but it rightfully resides on display at the Architecture and Design Museum of Los Angeles.

Sam Titone

Sam hails from a little state called Delaware and grew up chasing beach break barrels and empty pools along the east coast. After spending 5 years in Georgia getting his masters degree, surfing and skating what ever he could find, he made the move to LA where he found works at various architectural studios. Now living and working as an Architectural designer in NYC by day, he also keeps a hand on any building projects he can stay involved with in his spare time.

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