Knit Tensegrity Shell Pavilion by Dynamic Assemblies Lab is a 4.5-meter diameter by 3-meter tall, one-to-one scale prototype of this novel structure type. Leveraging on iterative physical prototyping and digital form-finding simulations…
This paper by Gernot Riether, Andrew Wit and Steven T Putt will show how architects can gain the ability to design tensegrity structures digitally utilizing physics engines that simulate these form finding processes in real time.
The TIE (Tensegrity Integration Element) by son2yyk is developed to help utilizing Tensegrity system. This tool resolved the issue of adapting the tensegrity structure to the building.
In this article by Kenneth Tracy et al. a design framework is presented for creating self-supporting membrane tensegrity shell structures with spatial openings, enabled by novel reciprocally tessellated strut configurations.