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folding space folding space suckerPUNCH: describe your project. mikael HVIDTFELDT CHRISTENSEN (Syntopia): ‘Folding Space’ is an exploration of a class of 3D fractals, called Kaleidoscopic IFS’s (first described in this thread at fractalforums.com). I start out with classic forms, typically one of the Platonic Solids, and add small perturbations in order to arrive at new and interesting forms. sP: what were you reading/listening to/watching while developing this project?
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Passive House - Myriad Harbor Passive House Vernacular Architecture Tropical Climate Modular Architecture, Off The Grid & Energy Analysis The Passive House [Taiwan] is a modern take on climate specific housing which draws on vernacular techniques from Taiwan. Passive House - Myriad Harbor
ELISA STROZYK ELISA STROZYK "Wooden Textiles" convey a new tactile experience. We are used to experience wood as a hard material; we know the feeling of walking across wooden floors, to touch a wooden tabletop or to feel the bark of a tree. But we usually don't experience a wooden surface which can be manipulated by touch.
This project presents results of my recent researches in domain of generative constructions, that are ‘bred’ with use of artificial intelligence. Structures shown here have been created by programs acting as ‘virtual playground’, in which all real world properties have been recreated (gravity and other external world circumstances influencing general shape of the construction). It mainly relates to ‘phototropic’ growth, which develops object in direction of light source and opposite to this of gravitational force. Additionally few other rules have been implemented, for example constructions automatically entwine already existing elements of virtual world (boxes), and constantly optimize themselves ; in cases where material and connections are placed disproportionally, nodes are moved to where more material is needed to transfer forces. Nodes keep nearly equal distances between, which makes construction consist of quite proportional tetrahedrons. clubik clubik
How can digital technology and waste be combined to create spaces of quality? 1st prize / Competition Client: Trondheim Municipality HAUGEN/ZOHAR HAUGEN/ZOHAR
Cave for kids by Haugen/Zohar Arkitekterat Cave for kids by Haugen/Zohar Arkitekterat 50 m3 and 1,5 tonnes of pre-industrial waste make a secret, spooky space, a playful cave for children. Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galliano argues, ´Show me how you play and I will show who you are`. The games we play and don’t play, how we play them and with whom, have become a central aspect of the modern world’s popular cultures and their understanding of themselves. The domain of play, as even the most every day engagement with children brings out experimentation and creativity. It is a form of social interaction that insists upon collective rule making and changing, testing and mutual dependence, imagination, laughter and surprise.
Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion by Snøhetta The rippled timber core of this reindeer observation pavilion by architects Snøhetta mirrors the curves of the surrounding Dovre Mountains in Norway. Above: photograph is by diephotodesigner Named the Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion, the building is used as an education centre by charity the Wild Reindeer Foundation. A rectangular steel frame contains the pavilion and a glazed wall lines the observation area. Norwegian ship-builders constructed the curved timber centre from pine beams, which were milled using digital models and then pegged together. Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion by Snøhetta
Prof. Neil Leach kindly invites moh architects to showcase some of our work. "AD:Digital Cities takes in exciting emerging practices, such as moh architects, kokkugia and THEVERYMANY, and work by students at some of the most progressive schools, such as the AA, Dessau Institute of Architecture and RMIT. What is the impact of digital technologies on the design and analysis of cities? For the last 15 years, the profound impact of computer-aided techniques on architecture has been well charted. moh architects | news & information moh architects | news & information
Autolux - Myriad Harbor Autolux - Myriad Harbor Autolux Large Scale Retail Presented at AIA 10x10 competion Los Angeles, CA Autolux is a new concept in car sales and car display.
Tesselion : Adaptive Quadrilateral Flat Panelization Tesselion : Adaptive Quadrilateral Flat Panelization More Final Images Tesselion is located at the Philadelphia University Architecture & Design Building & will be up until October. Address : 4201 Henry Ave.
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osd - Ingenieurbauten - Messe und Event - Mobile Lichtkirche Neubau eines mobilen Kirchenraums Bauherr: Evangelische Kirche Hessen und NassauArchitekten: raum-z Architekten, DarmstadtLeistung: TragwerksplanungLeistungsphasen: 1-6Gesamtfläche: 80 m² Fertigstellung 2009 Anerkennung Holzbaupreis Hessen 2011Link zur website der Lichtkirche
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