This study investigated the effects of additive digital fabrication (dfab) on productivity by analyzing the cost and time required for the construction of a robotically-fabricated complex concrete wall.
This paper by Seyed Morteza Hosseini, Masi Mohammadi, Torsten Schroder, Olivia Guerra-Santin , explores for the first time, the possibility of coupling a kinetic façade with colored glasses to improve the daylight performance. This research builds on a combination of relevant literature and parametric simulation to investigate the development of integration of colored glass from Orosi with interactive kinetic façades, triggered by sun timing and occupants’ positions.
This book is edited by Neils Martin, Larsen Og, Anne Mette Boye. It brings together contributions from the seminar on digital fabrication in tomorrows architecture and discusses about digital fabrication and digital form generation that can change the way different professions interact in relation to the development and construction of architecture.
this paper by Anas Hameed Majeed, Huda Al-Alwan, Nazar Oukaili, aims to establish a theoretical framework to determine dimensional rules as formation techniques and utilize them as tools in designing processes, to finally benefit to attain several free-form geometries in architecture now and in the future.
This paper by Monica Sroka-Bizon, presents Architectural Geometry that is an area of research, which combines applied geometry and architecture.
This paper by A. Heidari, S. Sahebzadeh, M. Sadeghfar, B. Erfanian Taghvaei, seeks to illustrate the evolution history of Parametric Architecture and describe the reasons why parametric architecture, in its second phase of evolution, called “Parametricism 2.0”, is showing promising abilities in solving more and more intricate socio-environmental problems.
This article by Gary P. T. Choi, Levi H. Dudte, and L. Mahadevan, proposes a condition for producing kirigami patterns and mechanisms which are reconfigurable and rigid deployable allowing us to connect the compact states via a zero-energy family of deployed states.
The article by Aurel von Richthofen, Katja Knecht, Yufan Miao, and Reinhard König, proposes a method for teaching advanced urban design to working professionals in Singapore. The article aims to expand the discourse on parametric urban design education by introducing ‘Urban Elements’ as conceptual urban design instruments with an inherent rule based logic, which can help to bridge gaps in teaching parametric urban design thinking.
This paper by Lotte Aldinger, Georgia Margariti, Axel Körner, Seiichi Suzuki, Jan Knippers, presents a design to fabrication framework for the mold-less construction of double curved composite lattice surfaces based on inherent material behavior.
In this paper byAbel Groenewolt, Tobias Schwinn, Long Nguyen, and Achim Menges, they focus on subsequent developments in our research on agent-based modeling and present a framework for agent-based architectural design and planning that integrates a large range of planning aspects (such as structural analysis and life cycle analysis, as well as prefabrication planning).
This thesis by Judyta M. Cichocka presents a design-oriented methodology for the design, optimization and construction of sequentially erected elastic timber gridshells.
This paper is by Stefan Pillwein, Kurt Leiler, Michael Birsak, and Przemyslaw Musialski. Their approach aims at the approximation of freeform surfaces with spatial grids of bent lamellas which can be deployed from a planar configuration using a simple kinematic mechanism.
This paper by Maren Zywietz, Karsten Schlesier, and Annette Bögle, documents the approach to rethinking lightweight structures to face the growing scarcity of resources.
In this paper by Julian Lienhard, Christoph Gengnagel, many important historical examples of active-bending were gathered, dating back as far as early Mesopotamian dwellings up to the comparatively few contemporary examples of bending-active structures existing at that moment.
In this paper by William Boley, Wim M. van Rees, Charles Lissandrello, Mark N. Horenstein, Ryan L. Truby, Arda Kotikian, Jennifer A. Lewis, and L. Mahadevan, they exploit a combination of multiple materials, geometry, and 4-dimensional (4D) printing to create structured heterogeneous lattices that overcome this problem.
This paper by Tiffany Cheng, Dylan Wood, and Xiang Wang, presents an integrative approach to adaptive structures, which harnesses the scale and strength of natural material actuators such as wood as well as the functional physical programming of material properties enabled by 3D-printing.
This research by Dylan Wood, Philippe Grȍnquist, Simon Bechert, Lotte Aldinger, David Riggenbach, Katharina Lehmann, Markus Rȕggeberg, Ingo Burgert, Jan Knippers, and Achim Menges, presents a paradigm shift towards a material-driven self-shaping fabrication method for full scale timber building components.
This research by E. Özdemir, L. Kiesewetter, K. Antorveza, T. Cheng, S. Leder, D. Wood, and A. Menges, presents a fabrication approach for self-shaping double-curved shell structures combining the hygroscopic shape-changing and scalability of wood actuators with the tunability of 3D-printed metamaterial patterning.
The Karamba plug-in developed by Clemens Preisinger in collaboration with Bollinger + Grohmann Engineers has been developed to predict the behaviour of structures under external loads.
This article by David Rutten, discusses the parallels between phase space topologies and computational terminology as well as how generic solvers arrive at their solutions.
This article by Francesca Bertacchini, Eleonora Bilotta, Francesco Demarco, Pietro Pantano, and Carmelo Scuro, is based on the implementation of an integrated manufacturing system that involves parametric modeling, optimization, and additive manufacturing.
This paper by Francesco Demarco, Francesca Bertacchini, Carmelo Scuro, Eleonora Bilotta, and Pietro Pantano, is presented an optimization workflow that adopt a Multi Objective Optimization engine so called “Octopus” and Karamba3D, that is a Finite Elements (FE) plug-in, typically used in structural simulations, these extensions run in a software: Grassopper3D, that is a parametric design tool.
The aim of the research project by Robert Vierlinger, Arne Hofmann, is the development of a flexible generation and optimization framework for practical use in the sense of a continuously accompanying design explorer, in which parameterization is adaptable and objective functions are changeable at any time during the design process.
The research by Aleksander P. Otovic, Lotte M. B. Jensen, and Kristoffer Negendahl, has showed that the greatest effect in relation to achieving net-zero-energy buildings is achieved when indoor climate and energy simulation tools are applied from the very first architectural sketches, where geometry, façade design, orientation, etc.