Posts Tagged: free form

Additive Manufacturing Technologies for the Build Environment

  ///Additive Manufacturing Technologies for the Build Environment Dunia Abdulla Agha Technical University Darmstadt Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design  

Additive Manufacturing Technologies for the Build Environment

  ///Additive Manufacturing Technologies for the Build Environment Dunia Abdulla Agha Technical University Darmstadt Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design  

Optical Anisotropy effects in thermally tempered glass

  ///Optical Anisotropy effects in thermally tempered glass Kerstin Thiele, M.Eng. Technical University Darmstadt Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design  

Optical Anisotropy effects in thermally tempered glass

  ///Optical Anisotropy effects in thermally tempered glass Kerstin Thiele, M.Eng. Technical University Darmstadt Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design  

Cold-bent thin glass for architectural applications

  ///Cold-bent thin glass for architectural applications Timon Peters M.Sc. Technical University Darmstadt Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design  

Cold-bent thin glass for architectural applications

  ///Cold-bent thin glass for architectural applications Timon Peters M.Sc. Technical University Darmstadt Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design  

Fabric Formwork – Textile wall formwork system

///Fabric Formwork – Textile wall formwork system Carina Kisker M.A. Technical University Darmstadt Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design  

Fabric Formwork – Textile wall formwork system

///Fabric Formwork – Textile wall formwork system Carina Kisker M.A. Technical University Darmstadt Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design  

HONEYCOMB GRID FAÇADE

///HONEYCOMB GRID FAÇADE IMAGINED BY: Holger Strauß, Ludmilla Markin DATE: 17/01/2009 KEYWORDS: self-organizing, interactive, adaptable, façade, unknown material To use honeycomb structures makes sense! The result of this work project is to use this principle for various applications. It could be micro-ducts,

HONEYCOMB GRID FAÇADE

///HONEYCOMB GRID FAÇADE IMAGINED BY: Holger Strauß, Ludmilla Markin DATE: 17/01/2009 KEYWORDS: self-organizing, interactive, adaptable, façade, unknown material To use honeycomb structures makes sense! The result of this work project is to use this principle for various applications. It could be micro-ducts,

TAKE YOUR HOME WITH YOU

/// TAKE YOUR HOME WITH YOU IMAGINED BY: Wiglinghoff DATE: 13/03/2006 SUPPORTED BY: Ulrich Knaack KEYWORDS: pneumatic, prefabricated, freeform, mobile, lightness, transport, textile, foil, membrane WEBSITE: www.studioorta.free.fr A rope is a tent is your home…. Using combinations of textiles and structural pneumatic bars,

TAKE YOUR HOME WITH YOU

/// TAKE YOUR HOME WITH YOU IMAGINED BY: Wiglinghoff DATE: 13/03/2006 SUPPORTED BY: Ulrich Knaack KEYWORDS: pneumatic, prefabricated, freeform, mobile, lightness, transport, textile, foil, membrane WEBSITE: www.studioorta.free.fr A rope is a tent is your home…. Using combinations of textiles and structural pneumatic bars,

CUBE-X

  /// CUBE-X IMAGINED BY: Dennis Schlepper, Konstantin Reimer SUPPORTED BY: Ulrich Knaack, Marcel Bilow DATE: 14/08/2006 KEYWORDS: free-form, pneumatic, mobile, adaptable, façade, structure, system building, foil, air Different types of walls or display stands can be built by creating modular air-filled

CUBE-X

  /// CUBE-X IMAGINED BY: Dennis Schlepper, Konstantin Reimer SUPPORTED BY: Ulrich Knaack, Marcel Bilow DATE: 14/08/2006 KEYWORDS: free-form, pneumatic, mobile, adaptable, façade, structure, system building, foil, air Different types of walls or display stands can be built by creating modular air-filled

INFLATABLE SHOWER

/// INFLATABLE SHOWER IMAGINED BY: Mathias Kemper, Jan Erik Gerdt, Janko Grode SUPPORTED BY: Ulrich Knaack, Marcel Bilow DATE: 14/08/2006 KEYWORDS: free-form, pneumatic, load-bearing, commercial, system, foil, air The idea behind this project was to create a self-supporting, mobile shower cabin by

INFLATABLE SHOWER

/// INFLATABLE SHOWER IMAGINED BY: Mathias Kemper, Jan Erik Gerdt, Janko Grode SUPPORTED BY: Ulrich Knaack, Marcel Bilow DATE: 14/08/2006 KEYWORDS: free-form, pneumatic, load-bearing, commercial, system, foil, air The idea behind this project was to create a self-supporting, mobile shower cabin by

SELF-ERECTING CHAIR

  /// SELF-ERECTING CHAIR IMAGINED BY: Daniel Neumann, Christopher Bahlke, Fabian Riemenschneider, Nikolai Aldinger SUPPORTED BY: Tillmann Klein, Marcel Bilow, Holger Techen DATE: 07/11/2007 KEYWORDS: free-form, pneumatic, other function, adaptable, foil Based on the principle of mobile folding structures, this idea illustrates

SELF-ERECTING CHAIR

  /// SELF-ERECTING CHAIR IMAGINED BY: Daniel Neumann, Christopher Bahlke, Fabian Riemenschneider, Nikolai Aldinger SUPPORTED BY: Tillmann Klein, Marcel Bilow, Holger Techen DATE: 07/11/2007 KEYWORDS: free-form, pneumatic, other function, adaptable, foil Based on the principle of mobile folding structures, this idea illustrates

FEDEX FAÇADE

/// Fedex Facade IMAGINED BY: Tillmann Klein, Robert Barnstone, Arie Bergsma, Raymond van Sabben DATE: 05/09/2007 KEYWORDS: free-form, pneumatic, system, insulation, load-bearing, lightness, structure, façade, envelope, structure, transport, 0-10 years, foil, membrane The construction is based on triangular cardboard tubes, known

FEDEX FAÇADE

/// Fedex Facade IMAGINED BY: Tillmann Klein, Robert Barnstone, Arie Bergsma, Raymond van Sabben DATE: 05/09/2007 KEYWORDS: free-form, pneumatic, system, insulation, load-bearing, lightness, structure, façade, envelope, structure, transport, 0-10 years, foil, membrane The construction is based on triangular cardboard tubes, known

Guggenheim Museum – Free-form metal façade

  ///Project: Guggenheim Museum Location: Bilbao, Spain Completed: 1997 Client: Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation/Foundacion del Museo Guggenheim Bilbao Architect: Frank O. Gehry Load-bearing structure: Skidmore, Owings and Merrill Building services: Cosentini Associates Façade: Construccones y Promociones Balzola Executing company: Permasteelisa

Guggenheim Museum – Free-form metal façade

  ///Project: Guggenheim Museum Location: Bilbao, Spain Completed: 1997 Client: Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation/Foundacion del Museo Guggenheim Bilbao Architect: Frank O. Gehry Load-bearing structure: Skidmore, Owings and Merrill Building services: Cosentini Associates Façade: Construccones y Promociones Balzola Executing company: Permasteelisa