UNframe was selected as a winning faculty submission by the University of Virginia’s exhibition team to be included in an exhibition entitled “A Gift for Enric Battle.” UNframe responds to the varying stacked geometries of Enric Battle’s landscapes. The frames are made of stacked Baltic birch plywood and CNC milled to achieve the transformative geometry of the frame. The same set of two profile curves are used in each frame. The curves are systematically flipped and mirrored along the perimeter curves endpoints and midpoints to achieve the geometric difference. The texture of the plywood references the stepped striations of material and geometry in each of Enric Battle’s projects. The frame is no longer separate from the subject artwork, but is a physical extension of the print.