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CurvatureAnalysis | Rhino 3-D modeling

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The Swing Pavilion: Lombok International Bamboo Architectural Festival. Highly expressive bamboo pavilion that use traditional bamboo craftsmanship as a construction method. Its geometry is based on the “Enneper Surface”, a double-curved surface that originates in the fields of algebraic geometry. The double-curved surface operates as grid-shell that uses the bending properties of bamboo for its strength. http://www.l-e-a-d.pro/projects/swing-pavilion/3054#sthash.Aq2Jf5rk.dpuf

The Swing Pavilion: Lombok International Bamboo Architectural Festival. Highly expressive bamboo pavilion that use traditional bamboo craftsmanship as a construction method. Its geometry is based on the “Enneper Surface”, a double-curved surface that originates in the fields of algebraic geometry. The double-curved surface operates as grid-shell that uses the bending properties of bamboo for its strength. http://www.l-e-a-d.pro/projects/swing-pavilion/3054#sthash.Aq2Jf5rk.dpuf

In a creative use of modern architecture, studio CHYBIK+KRISTOF clad a furniture gallery in over 900 black plastic seats. The result is an unconventional business card.

Over 900 Black Plastic Chairs Given New Life as Architecture

In a creative use of modern architecture, studio CHYBIK+KRISTOF clad a furniture gallery in over 900 black plastic seats. The result is an unconventional business card.

A stunning Catalan free-form vault has been designed and build by students during a one week workshop organised by Prof.

Geometry

SAN specializes in portraying unbuilt architecture. The name of SAN represents the principle of our work: SPACE, ART and NATURE.

Selle pour singe

Selle pour singe

New public art installation by students Dimitrios Karopoulos, John Natanek, and Adrian Bica brightens Jacques Cartier Park in Ottawa | The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design

New public art installation by students Dimitrios Karopoulos, John Natanek, and Adrian Bica brightens Jacques Cartier Park in Ottawa | The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design

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