Phase 1: Computational Design Studio – Automated Paneling

Posted on 4 September 2009

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by SXB

by Xibei Song

 

The flexibility and precision of working with NURBS surfaces has accelerated geometric exploration in the architecture industry. Beyond the mathematical representation, construction in physical reality will require a process to relate back to materials available for construction. With the existing resources, most of these processes will involve rationalizing the model into segments.

 

by Andreas Klug

by Andreas Klug

The 3-days workshop will explore how various geometric shapes and forms can have specific approaches in paneling.  Standard materials in the market, geometric analysis, and structural logics may dictate parameters in the process. We will mainly use Rhinoceros focusing on the Paneling Tools Plug-in.  This plug-in allows link with other rhino powerful tools explored by other teams, i.e. Grasshopper and Rhino Script. Daily results of rendered images and laser cut prints are encouraged.  Laser cut assemblies will need to consider structural frames and connections between parts of the paneling system.

 

by JIAYI ZHU

by JIAYI ZHU

This workshop will equip students with skills and develop a series of cladding systems, and also to ‘communicate’ well with rhino tools other teams use.

 

by Markus Clodi

by Markus Clodi

 

by Ulrike Bronner

by Ulrike Bronner

by Ulrike Bronner

by Ulrike Bronner

 

 

by Lai Jing Chu

by Lai Jing Chu

by Eric Liu

by Eric Liu

Click here for Phase 1 Workshop Brief in pdf format, or continue to Phase 2 workshop.

 

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