Activities per year
The research takes its point of departure in the intersection between traditional wood craft, computer science, and a digital non-standardized production. Through computation and methods of self-organization the project investigates the structural abilities of the wooden Zollinger system; a structural lamella system distributed as a woven pattern of interconnected beams.
Aware of material, design intent, tectonic needs and production the real-time hybrid environment of Lamella Flock explores how design can link between the speculative and its materialization.
|Effective start/end date||01/10/2009 → 23/05/2010|
- lamella construction
- parametric design
- digital fabrication
- industrial collaboration
Martin Tamke (Speaker)8 Nov 2010
Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Organisation and participation in conference
Martin Tamke (Participant)6 Oct 2010 → 19 Oct 2010
Activity: Other activity types › Other
Tamke, M., Riiber, J. & Jungjohann, H., 2010, LIFE in: formation. On responsive information and variations in architecture: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture, ACADIA. ACADIA, p. 340-347 8 p.
Publications: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Article in proceedings › Research › peer-reviewOpen Access