Porous Ascend

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Resumé

The Porous Ascend project investigates how algorithmic and generative approaches allows for the utilization of complex, and by other means inaccessible, ways of devising the schema by which we arrange the parts of an architectural object. It does so by pursuing to physically realize a structure of folded elements, based on the concept of applying recursion to the geometry of the non-periodic Penrose tiling. Within this process the project explores questions regarding the making of bespoke digital design tools, digital production, material behaviour and assemblage strategies. The project points towards a novel approach to working with, and reproducing, complexity within collections of architectural components. With no predefined coordinization mapping the ever changing fractal pattern, building proceeds by a locally defined identification and pairing of elements. In this way the project demonstrates that we can build without reference to a global position, by solely referencing by means of relations between neighbouring parts. Assembly itself becomes algorithmic. This suggests a more locally adaptive and reactive organization of elements, offering both better interfacing capabilities with an outside and an efficient distribution of specific material behaviour.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelScaleless - Seamless : Performing a less fragmented architectural education and practice
RedaktørerMaria Voyatzaki, Constantin Spiridonidis
Antal sider10
ForlagEAAE
Publikationsdato15 nov. 2012
ISBN (Trykt)978-2-93030158-7
StatusUdgivet - 15 nov. 2012
BegivenhedScalelessSeamless - EAAE, Münster, Tyskland
Varighed: 15 nov. 201217 nov. 2012

Konference

KonferenceScalelessSeamless
LokationEAAE
LandTyskland
ByMünster
Periode15/11/201217/11/2012

Emneord

  • Digital Formgivning

Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)

  • Ja

Citer dette

Riiber, J., Tamke, M., & Ramsgaard Thomsen, M. (2012). Porous Ascend. I M. Voyatzaki, & C. Spiridonidis (red.), Scaleless - Seamless: Performing a less fragmented architectural education and practice EAAE.
Riiber, Jacob ; Tamke, Martin ; Ramsgaard Thomsen, Mette. / Porous Ascend. Scaleless - Seamless: Performing a less fragmented architectural education and practice. red. / Maria Voyatzaki ; Constantin Spiridonidis. EAAE, 2012.
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Riiber J, Tamke M, Ramsgaard Thomsen M. Porous Ascend. I Voyatzaki M, Spiridonidis C, red., Scaleless - Seamless: Performing a less fragmented architectural education and practice. EAAE. 2012