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Materializing the Hyperbolic-Paraboloid Surface

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In our 8 days seminar course, Impregnate Material , students (see the list of  participants below) have been making prototypes in various materials and scales . The Hyperbolic-paraboloid surface is designed digitally and materialized in paper, gypsum and concrete. In contrary to post rationalization of design project, here construction and material constrains are incorporating into early design stage. Using digital design tools that enable algorithmic-Parametric techniques allows for “Making” discipline to be a part of the form generation. The variant of a form can then be generated out of a design logic (Objectile). Cooperating the construction constrains into design phase is explored through Making physical design tools. Considering the modeling and prototyping as physical design tools.

Link to the course description: Impregnate Material
Link to the Seminar Courses Autumn 2013 at KTH school of Architecture : Seminar courses Link to the course description: Impregnate Material

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course Instructors & lecturers:

Mania Aghaei Meibodi and Hamia Aghaiemeybodi

Course participants

Burger Joris RAS PHILIP
Burgener Juana Ruohonen Henni
Carnero Gomez Jorge Salzmann Ferdinand
COPELAND ANNA Sancho-Tello Safont Jesús
Danesh Bahabadi Pedram SEGERSTEDT FALEWICZ NINNI
Durand Aliénor SVERLANDER JOHANNES
Ersson Amanda ÞORSTEINSDÓTTIR HELGA HRÖNN
FABREGA RODRIGUEZ-RODA Elisabet Mongrut-Steane Andrés
Keane Paul Valceschini Mathias
Kivila Kerstin Veugelers Olly
Morpurgo Susanna
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This entry was posted on November 28, 2013 by in Architecture in the Making, Material and techniques, Physical testing, prototype.
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