This project is an abstract astronomical device. The geometry is driven by sun path data, through a generated field of cones with variable heights, each oriented according to the sun vector at a time given by a 12 hour scale. Contours normal to the sun vector divide the cone field into a series of circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. A surface is then lofted through the sections, creating a continuous ribbon-like frame. Structurally, the frame can be thought of as component system. The variability of the conic matrix allows for the the shape of the ribbon to standardized and repeatable, creating more massive structures like the one shown in our render. The repeatability of the ribbon component also allows for its mass-production through the use of mold technology. By casting composite fiberglass materials, our frame can be both strong and tensile, and can span large distances whilst maintaining its structural integrity.