Hyperbody is a research group at the Faculty of Architecture at the Delft University of Technology directed by prof. ir. Kas Oosterhuis. The goals set for the group’s research are to explore techniques and methods for designing and building of non-standard, virtual and interactive architectures. Cutting edge techniques and methods are taught and applied by researchers and students.
Designed and prototyped programmable buildings illustrate the paradigm shift from animation towards real-time behaviour. Hyperbody introduces interactivity not only in the process of collaborative design, but also during the use and maintenance of buildings. Hyperbody looks at all stages of the lifecycle of buildings and at the economical and ecological consequences, focusing on the development of new ideas and practical applications for interactive architecture. This leads to emergence of pro-active building bodies which act in a changing environment..........
Francois Roche---- http://www.new-territories.com/blog/
1) The courtyard of Frac is aggregated of glass stick in order to generate a gluing a smearing of the existing building as a potential of a Body Without Organ (a “going to be done” and unachieved process of construction) and inside the thickness of the glass a labyrinth walk way and accessibilities. A scattering script is written to develop the aggregation.
2) Procedures of constructions and cleanings are assisted by robots (with or without automatism) to introduce randomisation and uncertainty in the final shape and to be able to re-program the labyrinth during the construction itself…
3) The elements of glass are from a citizen glass recycling process in order to reduce the raw material costs and involve the inhabitants of the agglomeration in the “work to be done” story.
4) The construction schedule is planned on more than 10 years for the same reason…construction became a factor a desire with a desirable machine (Duchamp)
5) Using individual RIFD-PDA to force each visitor to accept to loose themselves in the glass maze and redefine their XYZ positioning according to the specificities of an exhibition (PAD with sound, video and local GPS)
institute for experimental architecture . Hochbau--- http://www.exparch.at/
Greenhouses in botanical gardens point to a long tradition of innovative and sometimes extreme structures. Spacious, light, transparent, thin, elegant, artificial. The typology to be allowed first time an interesting excursion into the history. Gardens for the cultivation of plants have been around for thousands of years, with the first examples of Egypt and Mesopotamia. The Romans were also gardeners and interested in the medicinal properties of plants. The medieval monks cultivated botany course, excessive, and understood the beauty of plants and flowers as a celebration of God. The first of these monastic gardens was in the 8thCreated century.......
15 October 2018, 10:00–12:00
22 October 2018, 10:00–12:00 Seminar Room 9 , "Energy Design Fundamental - Bernhard Sommer"
29 October 2018, 10:00–12:00 Seminar Room 6 , "Arduino Intro"
05 November 2018, 10:00–12:00 Seminar Room 9 , "Ladybug Honeybee Intro"
12 November 2018, 10:00–12:00 Seminar Room 6
19 November 2018, 10:00–12:00 Seminar Room 6
26 November 2018, 10:00–12:00 Seminar Room 6
03 December 2018, 10:00–12:00 Seminar Room 6
10 December 2018, 10:00–12:00 Seminar Room 6
17 December 2018, 10:00–12:00 Seminar Room 6 , "Final Presentation"
From 01 October 2018, 17:18 to 19 October 2018, 17:18
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Architecture (Master): Experimental Strategies: Special Topics (4.0 ECTS)
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