### Resumé

Originalsprog | Engelsk |
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Titel | AAG 2018 : Advances in Architectural Geometry 2018 |

Redaktører | Lars Hesselgren, Axel Kilian, Samar Malek, Karl-Gunnar Olsson, Olga Sorkine-Hornung, Chris Williams |

Antal sider | 21 |

Forlag | Chalmers University of Technology |

Publikationsdato | sep. 2018 |

Sider | 72-93 |

ISBN (Elektronisk) | 9783903015135 |

Status | Udgivet - sep. 2018 |

Begivenhed | Advances in Architectural Geometry 2018 - Chalmers tekniska högskola, Gothenburg, Sverige Varighed: 24 sep. 2018 → 25 sep. 2018 http://www.architecturalgeometry.org/aag18/ |

### Konference

Konference | Advances in Architectural Geometry 2018 |
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Lokation | Chalmers tekniska högskola |

Land | Sverige |

By | Gothenburg |

Periode | 24/09/2018 → 25/09/2018 |

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### Emneord

### Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)

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### Citer dette

*AAG 2018: Advances in Architectural Geometry 2018*(s. 72-93). Chalmers University of Technology.

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*AAG 2018: Advances in Architectural Geometry 2018.*Chalmers University of Technology, s. 72-93, Advances in Architectural Geometry 2018, Gothenburg, Sverige, 24/09/2018.

**Beyond the Basket Case : a principled approach to the modelling of Kagome weave patterns for the fabrication of interlaced lattice structures using straight strips.** / Ayres, Phil; Martin, Alison Grace; Zwierzycki, Mateusz.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport › Konferencebidrag i proceedings › Forskning › peer review

TY - GEN

T1 - Beyond the Basket Case

T2 - a principled approach to the modelling of Kagome weave patterns for the fabrication of interlaced lattice structures using straight strips

AU - Ayres, Phil

AU - Martin, Alison Grace

AU - Zwierzycki, Mateusz

PY - 2018/9

Y1 - 2018/9

N2 - This paper explores how computational methods of representation can support and extend kagome handcraft towards the fabrication of interlaced lattice structures in an expanded set of domains, beyond basket making. Through reference to the literature and state of the art, we argue that the instrumentalisation of kagome principles into computational design methods is both timely and relevant; it addresses a growing interest in such structures across design and engineering communities; it also fills a current gap in tools that facilitate design and fabrication investigation across a spectrum of expertise, from the novice to the expert. The paper describes the underlying topological and geometrical principles of kagome weave, and demonstrates the direct compatibility of these principles to properties of computational triangular meshes and their duals. We employ the known Medial Construction method to generate the weave pattern, edge 'walking' methods to consolidate geometry into individual strips, physics based relaxation to achieve a materially informed final geometry and projection to generate fabrication information. Our principle contribution is the combination of these methods to produce a principled workflow that supports design investigation of kagome weave patterns with the constraint of being made using straight strips of material. We evaluate the computational workflow through comparison to physical artefacts constructed ex-ante and ex-post.

AB - This paper explores how computational methods of representation can support and extend kagome handcraft towards the fabrication of interlaced lattice structures in an expanded set of domains, beyond basket making. Through reference to the literature and state of the art, we argue that the instrumentalisation of kagome principles into computational design methods is both timely and relevant; it addresses a growing interest in such structures across design and engineering communities; it also fills a current gap in tools that facilitate design and fabrication investigation across a spectrum of expertise, from the novice to the expert. The paper describes the underlying topological and geometrical principles of kagome weave, and demonstrates the direct compatibility of these principles to properties of computational triangular meshes and their duals. We employ the known Medial Construction method to generate the weave pattern, edge 'walking' methods to consolidate geometry into individual strips, physics based relaxation to achieve a materially informed final geometry and projection to generate fabrication information. Our principle contribution is the combination of these methods to produce a principled workflow that supports design investigation of kagome weave patterns with the constraint of being made using straight strips of material. We evaluate the computational workflow through comparison to physical artefacts constructed ex-ante and ex-post.

KW - Kagome

KW - Triaxial Weaving

KW - Basket Weaving

KW - Textiles

KW - Mesh Topology

KW - Mesh Valence

KW - Mesh Dual

KW - Fabrication

KW - Constraint Modelling

KW - Constraint Based Simulation

KW - Design Computation

UR - https://www.researchgate.net/publication/328043391

M3 - Article in proceedings

SP - 72

EP - 93

BT - AAG 2018

A2 - Hesselgren, Lars

A2 - Kilian, Axel

A2 - Malek, Samar

A2 - Olsson, Karl-Gunnar

A2 - Sorkine-Hornung, Olga

A2 - Williams, Chris

PB - Chalmers University of Technology

ER -