Developed by the artists Shane Allbritton and Norman Lee of RE:Site, SYNTHESIS is a suspended sculpture that evokes the harmony between the natural and the technological underlying the fields of chemical, biological and environmental engineering. Located in the two-story lobby of Johnson Hall, the piece features dodecahedral forms composed of thin frameworks of aluminum integrated with facets of dichroic acrylic. Central to the geometry, the corner node of each module was designed and constructed with 3D printed aluminum. The composition of the modeules is characterized by a clustered configuration, along with a singular and smaller group suspended in proximity. The form suggests the process of synthesis on a molecular or cellular scale.