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Tailored structures - parametrics for sustainable constructions

Schein, Markus ; Eschenbach, Max Benjamin ; Fromm, Asko
eds.: Behnejad, Alireza Seyed ; Parke, Gerard ; Samavati, Omidali (2022)
Tailored structures - parametrics for sustainable constructions.
7 th International Conference on Spatial Structures and the Annual Symposium of the IASS. University of Surrey (23.08.-27.08.21)
doi: 10.15126/900337
Conference or Workshop Item, Bibliographie

Abstract

This paper presents a design framework for sustainable design and construction solutions of rod-node-structures, using inhomogeneous natural materials in conjunction with additive manufacturing. The framework is characterized by using a threefold strategy, digital form-finding, parametric and as well combinatorial design principles. The approach is demonstrated and evaluated by the design and prototypical realisation of a bamboo rod structure that is interconnected using 3d-printed joints. The framework is tested using small-scale physical models as well as a full-scale demonstrator, which has been proposed for the advanced manufacturing and materials competition of IASS working group.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2022
Editors: Behnejad, Alireza Seyed ; Parke, Gerard ; Samavati, Omidali
Creators: Schein, Markus ; Eschenbach, Max Benjamin ; Fromm, Asko
Type of entry: Bibliographie
Title: Tailored structures - parametrics for sustainable constructions
Language: English
Date: 28 January 2022
Place of Publication: Guildford, UK
Publisher: Spatial Structures Research Centre of the University of Surrey
Book Title: Inspiring the Next Generation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Spatial Structures 2020/21 (IASS 2020/21 Surrey 7)
Event Title: 7 th International Conference on Spatial Structures and the Annual Symposium of the IASS
Event Location: University of Surrey
Event Dates: 23.08.-27.08.21
DOI: 10.15126/900337
URL / URN: https://openresearch.surrey.ac.uk/esploro/outputs/conference...
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This paper presents a design framework for sustainable design and construction solutions of rod-node-structures, using inhomogeneous natural materials in conjunction with additive manufacturing. The framework is characterized by using a threefold strategy, digital form-finding, parametric and as well combinatorial design principles. The approach is demonstrated and evaluated by the design and prototypical realisation of a bamboo rod structure that is interconnected using 3d-printed joints. The framework is tested using small-scale physical models as well as a full-scale demonstrator, which has been proposed for the advanced manufacturing and materials competition of IASS working group.

Uncontrolled Keywords: sustainable structures, parametric design, digital bamboo, additive manufacturing, open-topology modelling, dynamic relaxation, space frames, form finding, optimization
Divisions: 15 Department of Architecture
15 Department of Architecture > Fachgruppe B: Gestalten und Darstellen
15 Department of Architecture > Fachgruppe B: Gestalten und Darstellen > Digital Design
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