By KOLAREVIC BRANKO, Visit Amazon's Branko Kolarevic Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Branko Kolarevic,
Structure within the electronic Age addresses modern architectural perform during which electronic applied sciences are extensively altering how structures are conceived, designed and produced. It discusses the digitally-driven adjustments, their origins, and their results by way of grounding them in real practices already occurring, whereas at the same time speculating approximately their wider implications for the long run. The e-book deals a various set of principles as to what's suitable this present day and what is going to be appropriate the next day for rising architectural practices of the electronic age.
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A laser beam traces a cross-section of the model in a vat of lightsensitive liquid polymer. A thin solid layer is produced in the areas hit by the laser light. e. the cross-section of the digital model. This process is repeated until the entire model is completed. At the end of the process, the platform with the solidified model is raised from the vat, and the model is then cured to remove extraneous liquid and to give it greater rigidity. In Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), the laser beam melts layer by layer of metal powder to create solid objects.
36. GLA Headquarters: (2002), London, UK, architect Foster and Partners. 37. GLA Headquarters: one of the acoustical studies (by Arup). 38. GLA Headquarters: one of the solar studies (by Arup). “blobby” form is actually a deformed sphere, which has a 25% smaller surface area than a cube of identical volume, resulting in a reduced solar heat gain and heat loss through the building’s skin. The cladding configuration was a direct outcome of the analysis of sunlight patterns throughout the year. Foster’s performative approach to the design of the GLA building could imply a significant shift in how “blobby” forms are perceived.
As it will be demonstrated in this chapter, digital representations of geometry can be used in ways the original physical models cannot. The process of translation from the physical to the digital realm is the inverse of computer-aided manufacturing. 4a), is created from the physical model through scanning, and is then interpreted by the conversion software to produce a close approximation of the model’s geometry. 3a–c. The translation process in Gehry’s office: (a) digitized points; (b) digital surface reconstruction; and (c) digitally fabricated model.
Architecture in the Digital Age: Design and Manufacturing by KOLAREVIC BRANKO, Visit Amazon's Branko Kolarevic Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Branko Kolarevic,