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Research area
Digital Formations
Categories
Research Project
Year
2010
Participants
Mark Burry, Martin Tamke, Mette Ramsgard Thomsen, Phil Ayres, Anders Holden Deleuran, Aron Fidjeland, Stig Anton Nielsen, Tore Banke, Jacob Riiber, Jane Burry, Daniel Davis, Alex Pena, Michael Wilson, Students from Department 2 and 10 (KADK)
Collaborators
The Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (RMIT, Australia), Christoph Gengnagel (Structural Morphology Group, UDK)

A research collaboration between CITA and SIAL, RMIT. 

Whereas there is great awareness of the potentials of working with material behaviour tools there is currently little applied research into the testing of this. Today, much of the knowledge base in building practice aims to repress and control these forces. The industrial standardisation of building material uses much resource to harness the behaviours of materials. Similarly, engineering practice seeks to compute and control material performance. 

Digital process
Digital process

The research project asks how digital design tools can incorporate material simulation into the design environment. The new digital platform integrates the knowledge fields of architectural design, structural engineering and material science and can allow for the creation of complex descriptions that incorporate material simulation, structural simulation and spatial design. These descriptions calculate the performance of materials incorporating the simulation of the internal structures of material and thereby allowing for digital prototyping and testing.

Installation at KADK.

The project takes point of departure in visiting professor Mark Burry and CITAs joint expertise into advanced digital design technologies and digital fabrication. The project aims to investigate a new material practice where designers focus on working with materials intelligently rather than necessarily with intelligent materials.

Guiding research questions are

What are the structural potentials for working with a greater understanding of material behaviour?
How do we design for material performance?
How can this new material practice lead to new requirements in our design tools?

Installation at KADK.

Support
Velux Guest Professorship, CITA / Mark Burry, SIAL.


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