hybridbiostructures: Heinz Isler's Frozen Pavillions

A record of the thesis proposal entitled 'Hybrid BioStructures', a dissertation in pursuit of an MArch degree at the Emtech program of the Architectural Association.

The Constructive Geometry Pavilion is an investigation of dome structures through use of computational design processes. Designed and constructed by the students of the Faculty of Architecture, University of Porto, the structure is made of corrugated cardboard. www.mirabellointeriors.com

Constructive Geometry Pavilion Investigates Dome Structures Through Mass-Customization - eVolo

Intriguing pavilion built to research load-bearing capacity and complex layers of a structure based on a lobster's exoskeleton.  A robot wound resin-saturated glass and carbon fiber around a steel structure to build the pavilion.

Research Pavilion by ICD and ITKE. Researchers at the University of Stuttgart programmed a robot to wind 60 kilometres of carbon and glass fibre filaments into this pavilion inspired by a lobster's exoskeleton

prefab housing  - These prefab housing examples range from modular mountainside retreats to rooftop residences that are designed with low cost and sustainability in ...

25 Prefab Housing Examples

project of Design students Min‐Chieh Chen, Dominik Zausinger and Michele Leidi of the ETH Zurich, Switzerland. circles made of press cardbord. Source: Eurodome on FB

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Incredible structure created with intricate patterns from organic and geometric shapes. There all sorts of cuts where space was left in regular shapes to give leave a design.

This structure has been initially designed by Bastien Thorel, student, during an architectural workshop, the Design Studio Weinand at IBOIS-EPFL, in 2008-2009

This structure has been initially designed by Bastien Thorel, student, during an architectural workshop, the Design Studio Weinand at IBOIS-EPFL, in

A group of architecture students from Ball State University, together with professors Gernot Riether and Andrew Wit, have transformed a post-industrial

Students of Ball State Construct Parametric Tensegrity Structure for Local Art Fair

Built by in Muncie, United States with date Images by Gernot Riether. A group of architecture students from Ball State University, together with professors Gernot Riether and Andrew Wit, .

KAUST Breakwater Beacon

Breakwater Beacon at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by Urban Art Projects HOK

Fovea’s Secret Garden / Co-de-iT + Mirco Bianchini + Alessandro Zomparelli

Fovea’s Secret Garden / Co-de-iT + Mirco Bianchini + Alessandro Zomparelli The project deals with the occularcentric nature of contemporary culture, by manipulating and unmasking its deceptive mechanisms.

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