MAS 2019 / 20

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All prototypes concrete calligraphy,   photo credits: Axel Cretten

Concrete Calligraphy is a 4 week design studio where MAS students were challenged to design and materialize a series of shading facade panels. Considering the specific materiality, geometric opportunities and fabrication constraints of C3DP, students explored possible patterns for concrete deposition. 

 

Each team of three students developed their own concepts for controlling hierarchical differentiation and geometric variation in this context with a series of fdm prototypes before translating their design into a 1:1 robotically 3d-printed architectural prototype. The series of 6 panes that was fabricated during this project illustrates how concrete can materialize into porous structures with varying densities.

 

Related research:

https://dbt.arch.ethz.ch/research-stream/tectonics-of-concrete-printed-architecture/

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Printing concrete 

Dinorah Martinez Schulte, Frederic Brisson, Jomana Baddad

    Photo credits: Dinorah Martinez Schulte

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YuHung Chiu, Chanon Techathuvanun, Edurne Morales Zuniga

       Photo credits: YuHung Chiu, Chanon Techathuvanun, Edurne Morales Zuniga

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Ping Hsun Tsai, Fatemeh Salehi Amiri, Rémy Clémente

       Photo credits: Axel Crettenand

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Eliott Sounigo, Indra Santosa, Emmanuelle Sallin

       Photo credits: Eliott Sounigo, Indra Santosa, Emmanuelle Sallin

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Dinorah Martinez Schulte, Frédéric Brisson, Jomana Baddad

          Photo credits left: Axel Crettenand, right: Dinorah Martinez Schulte

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Anton Johansson, László Mangliár

           Photo credits: Anton Johansson, László Mangliár

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Maria Pia Assaf, Ioulios Georgiou, Mahiro Goto

Photo credits left: Axel Crettenand  Right: Maria Pia Assaf, Ioulios Georgiou, Mahiro Goto

Anton Johansson, László Mangliár

Photo credits: Anton Johansson, László Mangliár