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Animate Concrete: Materialization of Concrete Element Kinetic Assemblies

Mehdizadeh, Samim ; Tessmann, Oliver
eds.: Yan, Chao ; Chai, Hua ; Sun, Tongyue ; Yuan, Philip F. (2024)
Animate Concrete: Materialization of Concrete Element Kinetic Assemblies.
The International Conference on Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication. Shanghai (24.07.2023)
doi: 10.1007/978-981-99-8405-3_33
Conference or Workshop Item, Bibliographie

Abstract

Animate Concrete informs building elements for motion and future reuse. This paper gives technical insight into strategies to reconfigure building systems with lightweight and movable concrete elements. Animate Concrete asks, what if architecture becomes an ever-changing system built with lightweight but heavy-looking elements that can move, assemble and disassemble through a gentle human touch? This vision allows for a versatile space, adaptation, and reconfigurability. Animate Concrete furthermore seeks to provide novel strategies to minimize material consumption for building elements by rotoforming thereby significantly reducing the weight of robotically precast concrete elements.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2024
Editors: Yan, Chao ; Chai, Hua ; Sun, Tongyue ; Yuan, Philip F.
Creators: Mehdizadeh, Samim ; Tessmann, Oliver
Type of entry: Bibliographie
Title: Animate Concrete: Materialization of Concrete Element Kinetic Assemblies
Language: English
Date: 2024
Place of Publication: Singapore
Publisher: Springer
Book Title: Phygital Intelligence : Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication (CDRF 2023)
Series: Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication
Event Title: The International Conference on Computational Design and Robotic Fabrication
Event Location: Shanghai
Event Dates: 24.07.2023
DOI: 10.1007/978-981-99-8405-3_33
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Animate Concrete informs building elements for motion and future reuse. This paper gives technical insight into strategies to reconfigure building systems with lightweight and movable concrete elements. Animate Concrete asks, what if architecture becomes an ever-changing system built with lightweight but heavy-looking elements that can move, assemble and disassemble through a gentle human touch? This vision allows for a versatile space, adaptation, and reconfigurability. Animate Concrete furthermore seeks to provide novel strategies to minimize material consumption for building elements by rotoforming thereby significantly reducing the weight of robotically precast concrete elements.

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
Date Deposited: 08 Jan 2024 14:09
Last Modified: 05 Apr 2024 12:37
PPN: 516942360
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