Wassim Jabi, Ph.D. - Dossier and Portfolio
Alberto Pugnale a r c h i t e c t
PreVault is a pre-cast concrete pavilion completed for the Aarhus Festuge (Festival) in Denmark. The festival is among the largest cultural events in Scandinavia and showcases both local, national and international artists. The structure was designed and constructed as part of a masterclass lead by Dave Pigram from supermanoeuvre & the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) in collaboration with Ole Egholm Pedersen and Niels Martin Larsen of Aarhus School of Architecture (AAA). Six students from UTS and six from (AAA) formed the rest of the project team with instructors and students taking an equal role in all design decisions. supermanoeuvre supermanoeuvre
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Geodesic Sphere « Geodesic Sphere « Geodesic Sphere Buckminster Fuller is commonly considered to be the person who introduced the geodesic sphere to the field of architecture. A lot of information on the history of the use of geodesic domes and spheres in architecture can be found on the internet as well as in other media. This page focuses at the different geometric ways of describing the geodesic sphere and proposes a script which can be used to generate those spheres. Definition
matter design | brandon clifford and wes mcgee matter design | brandon clifford and wes mcgee Range is now on Sale! Visit our online store here to get your copy of Range today for only $19.95. Range com­piles the work of Mat­ter Design by project from the years 2008–2013 in reverse chrono­log­i­cal order. Each project con­tains a descrip­tive text, but some also com­pile pre­vi­ously pub­lished arti­cles and are noted as such. The struc­ture of this cat­a­log is simple—reference image on the left with a project image on the right.
Axel Kilian, Ph.D., Dipl.-Ing. Overview of Projects
About « P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S is a design research architectural practice based in Los Angeles and operating globally. Founded in 1999 and headed by Principals Marcelo Spina and Georgina Huljich, P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S work has gained international recognition for its subtle approach to architecture; one that seamlessly integrates digital technology with an extensive consideration of form, novel tectonics and innovative materials. P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S aims to generate innovative spatial forms that actively engage, enhance and influences the body, constantly challenging its relationship to the built environment akin to the complexity of contemporary life. About « P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S
It’s finally online, the very first trailer for my upcoming research documentary. The movie will be about my adventures in global collaboration and local fabrication. How can we help people create their own products? How can we make a living from sharing? It will feature shots from FabLabs and projects around the world, animations about design by sharing and interviews with various makers and generally awesome people. Making Sharing Living will premiere in August 2013 at FAB9 in Yokohama, Japan Jens Dyvik | Concept, Interaction & Product Design Jens Dyvik | Concept, Interaction & Product Design
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Selected works

WF’s Erik Thorson has been fortunate enough to participate in this years issue of tarp. Release party tomorrow night, in the borough of Brooklyn. This year’s issue focuses on the engagement of digital processes which are currently at the forefront of architectural discourse and practice. Various computational methodologies, such as parametric systems, generative processes, and scripting, all pose questions on organizational strategies, formal qualities, and branding, just to name a few. Erik Thorson « workshops factory Erik Thorson « workshops factory
Workshop: Modeling for Digital Fabrication Instructor: Andrew Kudless Date: January 17, 2009 (10am-4pm) Location: Lab C, SF Campus Eligibility: Any CCA student, faculty, or staff Cost: Free Prerequisite: Beginning-Intermediate Rhino knowledge This workshop will cover the basic concepts and techniques needed to prepare digital models for digital fabrication at CCA. We will focus on the use of Rhino to create solid and surface models for 3D printing, lasercutting, and CNC milling. Techniques covered include: mono-directional section models, bi-directional section models, double-sided section models, unfolding/unrolling, basic scripting techniques for preparing files, nesting parts, etc.Register for the workshop Download Workshop Files 1-Day Workshop: Modeling for Digital Fabrication – mlab 1-Day Workshop: Modeling for Digital Fabrication – mlab
Michal Piasecki
Professor John H Frazer - Educator, Researcher, Consultant, Globetrotter
Wax and Water 3dPrint For my final model I chose a small section of the overall model to 3d print. These are some immages of the section model. WF_091 wrap up All of the material about WF_091 – the first workshop we have organized – is ready! digital fabrication « workshops factory digital fabrication « workshops factory
BIO BIO Updates – 2013: MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY’s work for LOUIS VUITTON is the recipient of the A+ Jury Award in the Pop Up category! MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY’s work for LOUIS VUITTON has been awarded by the International Interior Design Association! Updates – 2012: MARC FORNES will be teaching at PRINCETON in Fall 2012. The work of MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY is now part of the permanent collection of the CNAP.
Architecture - brady peters
onur yuce gun | personal webpage
Parametric Modelling and Structural FEM Analysis on Vimeo
Pierre-Maxence Renoult - Ingénieur Architecte/Architectural Design and Engineering - Main
Knippers Helbig - Advanced Engineering - Home
Jan Knippers « Digital Crafting affiliation: TU Stuttgart / Knippers Helbig Engineers / Stuttgart – New York contact: j.knippers@itke.uni-stuttgart.dehttp://www.itke.uni-stuttgart.dehttp://www.khing.de Jan Knippers studied civil engineering at the Technical University in Berlin. After several years in an international operating consultancy he founded Knippers Helbig Advanced Engineering in Stuttgart (2001) and New York (2009) with Thorsten Helbig. In parallel he is professor and head of the Institute for Building Structures and Structural Design (itke) at the faculty for architecture and urban design at the University of Stuttgart. In practice, research and teaching he focuses on highly efficient building structures and use of innovative building materials.
Firm Profile - Knippers Helbig
architects – Kasper Guldager Jørgensen Opens Exhibition in Essen – Nov 11th, 2010
Erik Verboon