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DESIGN STUDIO AIR al INTRODUCTION Chinese 1 08 October 19561 Melbourne $61 02763849061 Joven maa@gmal.oam sven an undergraduate architecture tun fom Unversity bf Meteoure He ha deep mret human architec: {iro sak ercvtecural solo to hurianan cs nd bringing profesional design servis to cammunts in new. Helbeeves tat good design shou eta the nee 3 the ‘onmunty cule of te ate and one the nates sry of ‘he pas pesto ute oven rate wit Diploma wit Mert in Sustainable Urban ‘Design ana Engineering Majong Sect) fom Ngee ‘Am oifcime, Shapers, Dung hs etute, head the op Boru torte a GPO Coreutants Pte Lid the Heat ae Design Team (Studie) f'smorhs Upon graduation he ‘reed ot DP arentest Po Ld av an Architaesue estat {or year before uturing hs tecture dere sues During hi time at UP Arciect he was expose fo various Soper of en sect project. dsamentan, end de Sorincesion adden and ateaon etd se Table of Contents AY Design Futring is case study ‘82 Design Computation case study ‘m12casestuey2 paacase sway? [AS Learning Outcomes AG Aopendt 16.1 Algom ketehbook 27 Research A1 DESIGN FUTURING Background Design futuring canbe ely broken down and understood ‘= aeakging forthe ever-changing future. For instanc, Gort think of a house as an obec but insted, ink off fe. lvng and growngeobctanee. iene pom of mature ‘hat nahin lat forever, we have to be prepard ond design ‘head of te, Design Futuring materials processing technologies of absolutly enormous Capscty coupled wth an soonomy tat het nestable appetite, we ate conftotng our nemesis ~ a defsturing Condition of uncustainabilty [1] The reading euggerted ‘at design fturng can address the climate change and resource depletion with potenti solution by changing the ‘onertonal way of tought ana sign ‘Sustanabity:har becomes buzewordamongthedetignere and led to the emerging style of Aehtecture - “green Gesig” Not only do we have to design with evstainabity Inning, abo hes te be understood athrpelogicaly, we ‘ed to know what we ned for we willknow how to design. Speculative Everything ‘The only way to solve unolvable probleme through detion isto change cur indeat We al ave the poet to dear, 25 we dream we speculate andthis design speculation con fet ab a catast for changing our relationship to resi. Inspraton for speculating tough desig can be taken tough methodologies! pajgrounde of cine, Iterature, Create ideas or fuures. 2) We are now more interested inthe ide of posible future nd using them a Toole to Underetand the pecan, snd flacase what kind of future poop pelted rather an Pinning town, These futies ae dessribed as scenarios {hatletourimagnatonrun.f'sawaytoaigourimepinatve ‘thought Te create new ees. Case Studies The folowing projete explore evetainable green sretecture projets that was designed unconvetonaly with new innovations. They wil help us futher our Understanding of how recent practice sabe wo propose ‘change and understand ou emironment that needs a ore fetainable ture “Sustainability is no longer about doing less harm. t's about doing more good. Segera is ‘an incubator for innovative change.” [3] ochen Zt, (Owner f Seger, Founder of Zaz Fourdaton A1.1 CASE STUDY 1 NTU LEARNING HUB ‘The Challenge ‘The Learning Hub at Nanyang Technological University Vivien Leong of CPG Consultants, the Lead Architect and (TU Singapore), designed by Heatherwick Stuio and led Sustsinabity Conautants or the Learning Hu shared by lead architect CPC Consutants, i anew educational it was a challenge to ensure tat the work complies with Icon for Singapere. AS pat of NTUS redevelopment plan SIngapere’s rigorous bulling regulations and that forthe campus the Learning Hub is designed lobe anew schleved the highest standetds of sustainability, whe ‘muluse bling forte 33,000 students] Wworkinghardtortaetheintegty fhe tiga dean na Vision of NTU. The project had the eppartunt to challenge Convention with several first of te knd erironmentaly ‘ena feetures and innovative iit the modem dy learning Rethinking te trainal format of an educations bung es of coridrs linked to resnesr lecture rooms, ring hub was uniquely designed better sued to contemporary ways af leaning. With the digital revlution Place almost anywhere, it wae ‘nhere stents and professor fromvarious sepnes could meet and interact tit one other. nthe information age the most portant Commodity on a campus ie eal space to meet an ‘New Learning Pedagogies + Architecture spoces to create 9 cynamis envrorment more conducive professors, Twelve lowes, each a stack of ounded tuoi oom, taper inwatds at thelr base around a generous tnitnout comers or obvious fronts or backs, The new eneraton smart classrooms were conceived by NTU to oppor te new leaming pedagogies that promote more flexible format of te rooms allows professors to configure thom fo Better engage ther student. and for etcents to mote easy colaborate with each other The rooms it {urm open onto the shared cieulation space around the terraces, allowing students to be visually connected while Bleoieovngepazeta lings gether end pouee Material Innovation vith 700 specially commissioned drevinas, thee-dmensonaly at into the concrete, referencing everything from science to aft tnd iterate. Ovelapping images, specaly commissioned fem iuerator Sara Fane te deliberately ambiguous thought Wager, sesgned to leave space forthe aginain. The sity one angled Concrete columns have a estnctve undulating texte developed pecially for he project. The curved face panels are eae wth 3 tmoque horizontal pattern, madevith ten cost-efficient adjustable tllcore meulde, to create a comple the-aimensional texture. The ‘hoe project appears to have ben handmade fem wet ly [2) ‘Sustainable Design wth yearround temperatures in Singapore between 25°C ang 31°C it wae important t Imantanthe students comfortwhistachievng 1 sustainable energy usage. The buléng's open and. petmeable atium le naturally Veniiated, maximising air cicuation around ‘the towers of ttoral rome and. allowing students to feel 26 cool a5 porsble. Each oom is eooled using silent convection, which dee away with the nee fr energy-heany si tonaioning fans, The Learning Hu baling twee ewarded Gren Mark Pistnum stat by ‘he Bulging ang constuction Author EX) Singapore the highest possible enitonmental Handard fr eduestional balding type A1.2 CASE STUDY 2 ‘ASIA HOTEL DOWNTOWN ‘A verdant tower of gtee inthe heat of Singapore's dence Cental Business Ost (CBD), Oat a Hote Donntown ea ‘Stemative image tothe seek technology of the gee 1] Innovative Spatial Design ‘eting on external vin for vival teres, Each sky garden is treated os an urvan sale veranda, sheltered at high eve! bythe preceding sky garden tna open sided for formal tnd naval ransparency. The openness leo slows beenes to pass thaugh the bung fr good efoss-vntlatin Ia ths way the publ teas became functional comfortable opie! paces with greenery natural ight nd ech st intend of enclosed, nternalised ai condoned epsce. i] Reintroducing Biodiversity treatment and forms 8 major part of the developments rater plete both internal ane externa. Acnerng on real Green Plot Ratio of 1 100%, the toners conceted Se have ore and animal revosucing edersty 5 effectively compensates forthe lack of areen in 10 surounding buldngs. The towers red aluminum mesh ‘ladding le designed se backdrop that reveals al flowers interspersed arvona areen leaves, providing food forthe orgs ang meets. Te oreeper wl form a mosaic with each type taing ove ts most suitable conditions of ight, shade and wind netad ofa lat oo, the ekyserapet sive 2) A2 DESIGN COMPUTATION Background ‘Ae digalechnoogisevlved within thalat decade, that ‘rough slong the evoiton of the digital narchiectre, inhich might be termed: Viruvan effect. From AutoCAD {0 Cai, Sketchup to Grasshopper, has provided the ‘pportunites for designe to pull evay fom the logis! hd foal decigne and move fowarde 2 mote funetional tnd performative ppeeach ‘Theories of the Digital in Architecture Porametric design thinking perhaps ic one of the maior ‘ving ores benintne ftomarde design computation I focuses upon a logle of associate ond depensency felalonshipe between objecte and the parte-ana-ahole felsonships. [\] With vareus constainis set-up. and Computer caleulatons, the desion process minimises Sportne work and mateal wastage For instance, the percentage of perforation on fazade panel can be ee ont ith number der on Graecheppes. Architecture’s New Medi The suthor pute forward the neton of design ae problem behaviour hat eles onthe solver fariary with forma reasoning methods and soy t frame the problem In & rrannerthetiimaketamenclete solution [2IComputers re exelent analytical engines, they ea flow aie of Feasoning to te logical coreusion. They wl reve Ue rover ake sly ertmeta! mistakes and seateh trough raise heap ef information they to look for 2 solution IS} Homevereeitecture ceslgn Ia an actly that deals with exemaly imposed constants and ntaraly dawn inepraton It reson bath the analytes ac erative to produce solutions to robieme that cant be slved with fnefecity sone. 3} Computers alone ae uneblte do he work, thas tobe combined with humans to contiute the ‘seatvty ad ntulton needed to salve design probleme, a:Gi-* Case Studies The folowing project exper the symbiotic design eystam between design computation an human inuton They wit helps fther our understanding of how design compation essed our arewtactural sig practice various ways. “The computational way of working augments the designers intellect and allow us to capture ‘not only the complexity of how to build a project, but also the multitude of parameters that are instrumental in a building formation”) Brady Peters ie Designer A2.1 CASE STUDY 1 LOUVRE ABU DHABI “en years ago the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and France signed an intergoveramental agreement to develop the fret universal musoumintne Ars wore. Jean Nowe, the lead Architect. took design reference from the tradtonal ria orhitectre Louse AbuDhabisppeats ara eves of Swe structures, including 23 galleries that mimi the lw ng settlements In the region. The centerpiece ofthe scheme is @ dome (¢ ‘modem ntereetation of the mide eat Wado)” 120 ‘meters diameter that appears to lat above the entre rmussum. This complex gsometic structure comprises 7850stars repented et various ses and angles in ght silernt ayers a the Not sun passes above ight ftere Ttwough he perforations 1 teste an effect eletred 0 a= the ran of igh The suuctue is supperted by four permanent piers. each 110 metere spar. These ae Ndden within the museum to give the impression that the dome is Meaing. The interior elevation s 29 meters rom the ground floor tothe Uunderide ofthe cling, wile the highest port ofthe ‘dome is 40 mete above ea level end 36 mets above founder evel. [i Dome Patterns The dome's comolexpatem isthe reul of highly studies somatic design It invoved close eolaborston between the atcitectural design tam at Aller Jeon Nowe! ana the ettuctrsl enginets st ButeHappeld Engineering. The uperimpesed layers, Each ray of abt must penetrate ‘he sign layer Before appearing then deappearng. The eau cinematic eect a the su path progresses thoughout the ay Atngh. fxm 750 stare ible tom both inside and ou Named the rain of ih thi effect hae Yrs andi one ofthe defining Features of the concep] The savancementin design computation slowed he ayre to be calculated and modelled ‘dimensional before tan review the outcome of the made and results before Constristion By dong 20, the construction process ‘ins alt of wested terial and abortive work, A2.1 CASE STUDY 2 ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2016-17 ‘The new research palion cet to explore the building seatefabieaon of glass and carton fveeinforced Composites These materiis ore eadiy used in Noh engineered applications but IES potenti within Fibrous maleate are Ughtnalght and has high tence ‘strength, a radealy diferent spproach to fbreaton Decomes poste with commined low payload yet Tong. ‘ange machises, such as Done unmonned gel vlles (nv) "and nduetralrobote eal for stehtectual Seale promucton, Hghtweigh re composites preform Unparalleled over large span. However, we are curently Unable o produce ata lage sale wihout compromising ‘he design feedor and system adoptable seal hes een nite bythe working space of the industria robotic saree. The pavilions overall geometry demonstrates he posses for fabicsting tuctural morphologies Though multi-stage volumeti fbve winding, reducing Unnecessary Tomwore though an inepfated Bending ‘ctv comeesite frame, and ineeasing the possible scale and span of constuction trough integrating robotic ene Bitonomous lightweight UAV fablcatin processes. It pores how future conetucionecenaioe may evlve to Inctided dtuted,coloboratve and adaptve systems “This research showcases the potential of computations) esign and. constuction through the incorporation of Stuur! capacities, mata behavior. fabrication lois, Dioigial prncles and afehtectural esign contains Into tntapfatve computations! design and consructon ‘The poviionis a prooF-oFconcept for a ealable faricaton processes of longspen, Tiere compete structural ements, sutabefor ecitecual apleatons. [2] Process Biomimetic Investigation natura construction pocessesctlong span ib composite ‘med to cicover and develon » fire winding techniqve to a minimum whilst taking advantage of the siuctural Biological Role Model @ Biomimetic Transfer of natural lightweight stuetres were analysed. and rd the department for Paleobiology of the Unversity of Tabingen Two species of leat miner maths the Lyoneia silk “hammocks” stretching between connection points on bent a (ig) mere ene 9 parol promising forthetrenster of merphoogiea and procedutal princes models and transfered ino fabrication and strctiral Concept. eluding: te combination of bending: active Substructure (ig 5), winding Mier reinforcement around the eubetrvtue i. 6) weaving fiber and Narre 2 long span structure (7), and mts fire loving processes forthe generation. dense! geomaties end etengheig te copes atm e\eo 00:60 WV i ‘Multi-Machine Cyber-Physical Fabrication Cresting 4 long pan stuctue, requted 2 colaboratve ‘setup where mulpie robot estems could interface and comminestetocreteareamieseforlayng process. The {apection process calleboated the stvong and precise, but statonary machine with limited reach and mobile ie arm with longange machines wih lanted precision ~ ones (UAV) This opened up the possibilities forlayng reson, arouné or trough a structure, eating ‘he penta for mateal avtangements and stctual perfomance not esa withthe robe ‘An sdapive contol and communication system was ‘develope to alow multiple indus obote and UAV To Inverse troughout the winding sire aying pcceszes An inteorated sersorinerface enabled the robots end Uv to adattheirbehavours, Invi ime, tothe charging ‘cnditons during fabrication. The UAV cou fy end land Sitonomously without the need of human plot, the Tension fhe lave war atively and adaptively enti responce to both the UAV and robot behaviours, The series ‘of adaptive behaviours and integrated eeneors ly the foundation for developing multrmachine, cyber ysis! fabtestion processes for lige scale five composite produton. A3 COMPOSITION/GENERATION Computation Works Computation ie redefnding the enlve workflow of ‘more opportunities wth algorithm thinking ae it tke fn an rle to understand the results of generating cose, Imodtyng code o expiote new options, an speculating on further design potenti. Darameters of production machinery Sraninge allows a mote responsive an itive design fwocest for archtectural decisions to come tough the design Moushan Mail has esd "This hat simply transformed ge impact on how me Sulla} One example af the pact le component design families with built im control of date that can very me ‘more tis component to places with ferent cate ane ‘thought the synergy between computation and designers have create a mote accurate and sophiscated brood pectum of cloud working space tis not maximising ite fpotenta f designers not of sulficlen understanding of algorthmic concepts Hence we rele tothe building of elgothie thought = & figtal and ocial network platform fo share cumulative ideas where designers can engage and learn rom ene nother Case Studies The folowing projects expore the boundary of design computation They wil help us futher eur understanding how design computionredeine therole of achitecture “only parametricism can adequately organise ‘and articulate contemporary social assemblages ‘atthe level of complexity called for today." 14) smacher Pendpalo Zaha Hadid Acie A3.1 CASE STUDY 1 ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2011 ‘The 2011 eezeareh palion displayed an impresehe use and understanding of algotthne sn arehtecural design (of researcher ond stent took reference from the belogcal prnepes of sea urchins plate skeleton to Inform the peviton stucturl design andjcinig systema, ‘This project is an excelent example to highght the involement of parametric algoritim components that pushed the project beyond is bounéery. By mediying the data af the components the designe” can contol he umber of epeninge and patos ete, thi wl expand the [esigners imagination sr produce multe designs Series of structural performance an ‘Shima srchectrl detigns an changes tos pevon before consrtion A3.2 CASE STUDY 2 FIBERWave “The students utlised Rbinoceros with Grasshopper 10 cxrlore the possibities of tesalting the bivake shel ‘tng before the conic Crown Hal by Mies van Der Rohe, sha eventaly they achieved a wave-like canopy form, the reaeatch project provokes dscuslon on arehtectual potent ofthe flexbleyetsttong material carbon bre. After deciding the shape of component pane, the use of egal generation facitated the designe to sort out ‘This project challenged the mesum of parametric sian the deta with by applying manual erteng, prototypes end sgt! of optic ‘Computation into the design process. Furthermore, aloe seripting helped to gue ot the way and postin of connect which the deign. A4 CONCLUSION Part Acf the journal discussed on Design Fung Design Computation and Composition Generation. The exarcice ‘emoetated the traniton ta ew Arciecturepaadign, we ore ro longer inthe pac. we are going beyond the ‘moderiem,intematons| ané destciiiem styler, With Design Computation, we ate now capable of designing and conetruting mare than mete boxe, we now have the sity to think out ofthe box, and not be restricted by the ‘medium of precentation For medium of presentation | ‘mean some designers Inck Fromlecge on alorthm sis othe stayin the comfort ane and procteetradtinal lines and plane areitecture. Fr thi, am not fering that ‘endian apne architecture ira bor, bat beleve that Arhitects and Designers should always challenge the boundary and g beyond what they are epable ch. The 6 ansvsed precedents underpin the importance of innovation, eutaabliy, bilogel fle Mosel sha merging technologies With ths in mind, | intend to research on biomimiery 3s an inovaive approach to rng Tatra ayetems found on Lincoln Square and apply 0 ‘Warm stop design In hope that t woud change the way peopl perceive the eulsig tam slop and Linco Square A5 LEARNING OUTCOME research, havecametounderstandtheroleané importance Of Computation Design twas not about erecting leone fd organi designs. H was about how it could neease the accuracy and ficiency of our design proces. also Slowed dengnerstothink aut ofthe Bor punntended) no longer restricted to inear and perpendicular panes, Learning and practicing Grasshopper was challenging at thebeaining,itwasiteesrnghow to wakkallover pain However, the est isrewerding andi mademe raise the Inadegquacies fay previous designs where was rested toceating boxes becaue of sftwate shi lmiaton. Now explore and lam more about i te preduce more design A6 APPENDIX ‘ALGORITHMIC SKETCHES: A7 RESEARCH s-uncounsaacrreranst omen) ‘StudioAIR - Traffic: enging gardens a ecological comidor ‘tuto Ai, Semester 1 2018,» sion prcact Brief was Issued by Mate Dwyer. Tied Taf: hanging gardens ecologiel eave. the project aims ta develop ametiod of itereating habtat for native inesct (nd the predators) nine ly and inerensing ecologial uncon nent) ‘roan envionment the siterhebiat dat to the tam networkin pat, esse ar I consucted 3 sive Ivertiation on Argyle Square, Uncoln Square and University Square. We then conducted 9 stay on the Insects Rabin in thebe parks, and utimataly chose the Large SpttedLedybid-HetmonieConfomis as ourinsect ellen and bilogel role mods, Inthis section, will present the reason for choosing Large Spotted Layee en Lincoln Square ot of lhe parks Mubourne 680. LARGE SPOTTED LADYBIRD - HARMONIA CONFORMIS. 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The ent of tine of eae ite Sine deters bg rer het % Physical Characteristics Back and orange adults are about 5 $7.01 ona + Tivee pare of bona legs _Taosti of spots onthe mine andin between pirat pots on ether se ofthe maine + Thebutace of he ebwatesmocth and shy Predator Prey + srinngcuckoo + Predatory insects Seth aie a le fed on {irae of She pede oad rae ‘Annual Cycle The ladybird overwintrs a aut. Larvae been found in ‘ping Thee area laut hee guration par yeu, Role to Ecology + Majnty of Auten lyre, beating lays) ‘Seconeiered bent to gerdenchvtonerte Sgn tase tsk = god sean fr growing fod! + Bestéontat 2 isto Specie 5 an at aiid consumes 2500 sie ding te Not mentioning it benefits othe ecology. ultimately we sre ‘esignng. tam stop for human an eect oot te laayard io peraved es ect net and ot deste) ‘starting he prk and suse ‘3 LINCOLN SQUARE/SWANSTON ST (CARLTON) LINCOLN SQUARE Table of Contents Bt Research Fils 1: Biomimiery 2 case study 10 (22.2 Suocessul erations 2 case Study 20 185.2 Reverse Engineering 2.2.21 Unit Pepuistion 183.22 Kangaroo Adé-On 18.2. Subtracting Spheres 24.2 Suecestul Merstione BS Technique: Prototypes 6 Technique: Proposal 17 Learning Outcome 185 Appendix 16.1 Algorithme Sketchbook B1 RESEARCH FIELD B1.1 BIOMIMICRY ‘About Nothing has been more well adapted to life on earth than ature. hae steady sed many of the probleme we Gesigners ate gapping wih. Blmimicry Is theretore an Ssppreach to innovation that eeckeeustlnabe slutions 1 human ehatenges by emulating mature’ tine-ested pattems od sateies Combing the selutons developed from natures with ‘vanced sclentif Inetument have enabled designers te daveve precise observation ofthe hats processes, ‘By adopting paramere design computation and advanced forcation methods, we therefore are tle t0Imtat simulate and manipulate the outcomes to create complex design eolons for future suttsinable practices Biomimicry approach hes already been commonly adopted Inmanyproects na 2 case Study heICO/ITKEReeesroh Pevilon 201617 i 8 biomimtie vestigation of natural onetuction proceetee of long apan fibre composite methods for lr enforced polymer sutures. The eam med to decoter and develop 3 fare winding leehrique ver enger span, which reduces the required frrerk {8 minimum whist taking advantage ofthe structs) performance of contnueus filament. Precedents such Sethe demestvated the possibilty to lean fom natural behavior and ind sldions tat coud eflectively sve out cesin robles. Biomimicry Potential 37 inset speclee were documented seross 6 plote in LUncain Square. This bidet san excellent chance to fervest an staring pobtor out search eringptation. The ‘fu wil then attempt to use he concept of bomimiery, articular, studying butefes onsite to sere as the basis to our design ~ attempting to mcorporate nature's fharacterisics Wo find polemil design. ispatons. For inate, by eusing he batty eg, be four tam stp structure. ICD-ITKE Research Pavilion 2015-16 Blomintic vestigation iat Shell Stuctures ‘The development of he ICO/TKE Research Palen 2015 {Gis characterises by 2 wood bottom up desian stateay basedon he bicmimeticinestigtioncf natural segmented plot stuctures and nvel bot febiclion methods for Ewing thn layers of peed. The project commence at morphology af fabrication tectnaue rosicton of eastialy rents made from. custom laminated, roboleally sewn beech plywood. Intosueng segmented ter B1.2 PRECEDENCE GROTTO roto i an artifical structure or excavation made to fesemble a eave. Sines the structural unt of 2 greta le the boulder, the alm ofthe project was to of modu combine in 8 way that defies 1 conventions! sens of order" The eowtion ures 2 Combination of fou expanded: paysyren boulders thet ft together using an underhing aperiodic ‘The rest is wiley ordered thee dimensions pater that never repeste the seme way twice. AS wae Common with eighteenth-century English gardens. this proposal Continues the grote tradonal feature inside, there ie Siwaye a iden fountaa to incover within. As efor tis foam grotto isan elaborately artical yt intimate space B2 CASE STUDY 1.0 ‘THE MORNING LINE ‘About “The Morning Line i public seulpture design by Benjani rattler varied by atten warstormation fd crentaton. The architect employed. th of fractal geometry to tuncote regula tetra Yarous scale of components. These facal geometry Tepeated Huet within the form endlesly. 1 ica en tion endlessly which tigued for an pate. The stucte caf to various locations and prefabricated with digital feorseation Selection Criteria [Resets ows companion ok ese Pestg? Wht ea pt Bertie on ae Srocure | Hon doer he etonnanagstobefaesandig| ligt Flexbiiy [The sucure funciona an eben pam ca the waspat tom nelcaton arate? alevancy | How cose dows rete omic aa S| symbatont B2.1 ITERATIONS SPECIES NO.OF IDES ON HEXAGON eit VARATION Noto rumber sae vorae sath ITERATIONS 3 na Nos= No RESUS Nos eNO RESINS sae acrona smut Noma suoeE SeAuerAcrOn sr wurr nomen sige rodent ser reer ioe Te in B2.1 ITERATIONS SPECIES _VANIATON oF LuNCHOX sutActS No. OF acta ters ‘oroiesnerboceoahedon vorece™ Numba te ITERATIONS zg Dd. >. B2.2 SUCCESSFUL ITERATIONS \VARIANON OF LUNCHBOK SURFACES then svbiractng This Merson wae chosen among completely abivar wos o species for the looks crisp and clean yet time fetsined ite charscterte. of Iractal geometry. The Nerton has the most robust structure (hcker at ‘te botom) and highest possbty of belng repeat as an unt fr precast SCRIP RECURBIVE OTAMON ON AXIS Norante=y stone) “This Heraion came out of suri from sept we decovered on sgrasshoppersacom. 1 ravolves found the ania on the edges of the fractal geometry. By Inereasing the ‘1 we are abe to achiowe one kind fof sbetract form out of the tracts geomet RECURSIVE GEOMETRES (ANEMONE) ‘eran zine) anemone when i repeats isl from the conve of the unt We cen conta the numberof tepeton and achieve ‘complex geometies to ouing Te iteration teminded me ot lego Blocks thatinformed me ofthe ides of mass procuoing end precast construction. B3 CASE STUDY 2.0 BUTTERFLY HOUSE proven by the beautiful work ofthe buttery in reting her f9gs. Te buterles' metamorphosis recognized story, but few tow about the start of the journey. The epg fom Uehich the ctepilr emerges ie ell 2 magnficenty Desutial objet” ‘he suterty House is design concept by Tie Knarat rectented by mimicking the eggs ofthe Lycoenidae fo because of the geomet perfection and lnred shape This project is buterty eos The design has edapted some af the concestualpncples of Fractal pattrns and the Liye Algorthn to Uy t> Fepresent this pater, stating kom a primitive stape fich 2s the trneated ieosahesron os the frame of the Structure and hen evolving into @more ete design ‘The Buttery Hout ie hgh relevant i the undeetanding ‘of geomeviea principles tat are patuar to nature and ‘lle the start ott forthe fture esi proposal. B3.1 DESIGN TO REALISATION PARAMET DISCOVERING GEOMETRY 22e22s — Ee FRACTAL PATTERNING le MoDeL PROTOTYPE ith Grasshopper 0 pring ond scanning lorecerert, feitoecomes ready ont trations, tpaenerate all working EXPLORATION OF ‘models and explers the FRACTAL PATTERNS. wins for osabity of adopting he Demag) Esme technology forge and B3.2 REVERSE ENGINEERING UNIT GENERATION r \ 1 \ q ‘Sphere cut in half Substraction of 6 smaller Deconstruet bre ‘spheres around the edge extract only the surface CREATION OF PATTERNS ON THE UNIT Orientation of cylinders Intersecting a surface ‘Split command t around a surface with cylinders ‘the surface with intersection Voronoi projection on a Offsetting each voronoi Extraction of e surface cell curves we to eget peut the ge Final Unit Geometry Applying an attractor Point in the middle Split command to cut the ‘surface with the curves. B3.2.1 UNIT POPULATION The first method is an understanding of ‘an individual unit of the project. In order to generate this geometry, it was necessary a reinterpretation of a primitive intial geometty that could generate the final outcome. ‘Therefore, the most approximate shape was a sphere that can then be cut into different parts and extract only the surface needed, The project is designed to have Voronoi pattems on each unit. Hence, the first step was to locate these patterns into the Unit, 80 this was explored by ining the intersections between the unit and any arbitrary geometries, in this case cylinders. The project ties to optimized these pattems by applying the Lloyds Algorithm ‘which can be used to concentrate the points around edges, in order to have ‘smaller polygons near the edges. {In Grasshopper, this can be generated by using an attractor point in the middle of the surface FINAL UNIT OUTCOME REORIENTATION OF UNITS INTO A SPHERE Coe eu FINAL REORIENTATION OF UNITS INTO AN SPHERICAL SURFACE Metab generation Applying the previ ‘orientation in B3.2.1 UNIT POPULATION Final outcome: varie Adjusting the court and size of the FINAL OUTCOME: VORONO! PERFORATIONS ON A SINGLE UNIT aM Panne ase ges Cede ego esters Pars B3.2 REVERSE ENGINEERING 'B3.2.2 KANGAROO ADD ON SEQUENCE he Kangaroo Process has generated an outcome that resembles the desired shape. The algorithm uses the classical Newtonian principles to create forces. The objects which are generating these forces are mostly done with springs. According to the Hooke's law for spring forces the force is proportional to the extension the objects, which in these case, are trying to reach a certain length f frequent technique useful for modelling tensile structures. In theses scenario, each one of the edges on the mesh tries to reach a certain length depending on the force applied at the centre of the ‘configuration. Using an icosahedron as 8 Generating a truncated the base geometry ‘icosahedron or “Bucky Ball Meshing the geometry with Using Kangaroo to create on Weaverbird attracting force between the ‘mid points ofeach face and the ccentoid of the geometry ourcoMe: ‘Theres a strong imitation by using this process. ‘The form is constraint by the meshing algorithm used before the process and secondly the forces ‘also act on the borderlines of each one of the faces ofthe base geometry, which snot suitable for the desire shape. An alternative way could be restraining the algorithm from acting on the ‘edges but only on the center of the geometry, ‘affecting the computing processing time. B3.2 REVERSE ENGINEERING 'B3,2.3 SUBTRACTING SPHERES SEQUENCE populating surface spit be- spheres evenly on tween cut spheres the host sphere and host sphere final unit B4 TECHNIQUE: DEVELOPMENT SELECTION CRITERIA Reshete Tee Toa a ea race Conatoetbiiy erly Comparaton Fabrication Tre toect Tre Tohomon B4.1 ITERATION SPECIES ITERATION: VOU Cee ed Den CY METHOD 1: UNIT POPULATION B4.1 ITERATION 5S) 110) icy ITERATIONS cat Pm ca ena Porat UNIT POPULATION P= ° i - wu = B4.1 ITERATION SPECIES ITERATIONS roca aU METHOD 2: KANGAROO ADD-ON eee B4.1 ITERATION SPECIES ITERATIONS Crear eal SOLID DIFFERENCE METHOD 2: KANGAROO ADD-ON METHOD 3: SPHERE SUBTRACTIONS B4.2 SUCCESSFUL ITERATION PULLING FORCES ON CIRCULAR UNIT ARRANGEMENT > Con eo < SOLID DIFFERENCE CE rR Cer) method has interesting form: Snr) ae seties of arms are interrelated in a symmetrical manner that can represent the idea of connectivity through computation. Thi a eee score ect ed foot eee Se eeu Se | oor eae Bale a ay See ce Re 3 ofthe final reverse engineering creates a relationship of individual components that interconnect to eack Ca ee eae ee en thinner end of the neighboring component, without having any overlaps. This definiti Useful for exploring joint connections in the further development of the project. < AGGREGATION Se ee ce eed Pee ne eee ea ee ee ec keene es) ce eee ee er eran ete ke Perea eee ncaa ee ea or series of components that describe the trajectory of the agc will be determined by the number of aggregating units and the input valu ‘This is a recurring concept throughout the iteration Matrix and the succes interrelationship that exist between units. Its clear how one geometry whichis then aggregated into a particular way based on a function can generate a complete different form, This is the mos Coens De uy Cee eee ee ery 2) The computation principles will allow to explore the form and the joint connections, 3) It creates a more unregulated ete ey that can interact with the 4) Its sequence could be changed in different ways untila secondary skin in generated to conform the tram stop and at the same time, meet the site conditions end human co-habitalon with the eee) this has been considered as the most suitable solution BS TECHNIQUE: PROTOTYPES for testing out the materalsaton in relationship with our cigital design. it wil show us how does our design performs and works in realty when itis transformed into @ physical fabrication, The following prototype will give us an opportunity to test material, ‘examine the structural system and explore connections prior to the production of our final ‘model. Regardless of the success or fallre of the prototypes, the information we gathered will enable to improve on our future models. Piz 's one of the most crucial pats in our design since the purpose of itis [As we observed ftom our iterations, we found that there is a common area from the ‘outcomes - a recuring theme. This is an idea of aggregation which a single unit repeats itself infinitely indifferent ways, ke along a surface et, it may also have scale changes in this process. We then take this idea to our prototypes that we stated with hexagons, this forms our fist prototype. Our exploration n prototypes works concurrently with our habitat design. n order to create ‘habitat for butterflies, the proposed structure will need supports and plants to form such {an atmosphere. The structure is divided into three layers, the outermost layer uses the technique of paneling and aggregation which was found inthe technique development, the ‘middle layer uses the technique minimal surface with aggregation and the innermost layer is @gridshell The reason of using three layers is that the panel wll hold the plants and allow the plants to grow along it the minimal surface wll hold the hydroponic system while the ‘ridshel will provide support tothe whole structure. Further details willbe explained in the proposal ss > Snewse | lms \ . <<" “Al \ y hae A ee » ~ A ea \ Nad 1 PN OF / ami a N Ma) /, pe =% ‘@ " Qu eae ie ‘aN RY, B5.1 TECHNIQUE: PROTOTYPES PANELLING TECHNIQUE 1 - JOINTS eet Sere re made for connections SALLY 71 eee tte are place ee oe together. In such way, paneling technique is dis een Seema er el peice ery Cece Sos ete panels are joined together eee) BS.1 TECHNIQUE: PROTOTYPES PANELLING TECHNIQUE 1 - HEXAGONAL GRID Material: Resin 30 printing Ue ee eR ee ee eS cre See eas Pei ea ear ‘on top of the pane! oe BS.1 TECHNIQUE: PROTOTYPES PANELLING TECHNIQUE 3 - TRIANGULAR GRID DE ay ee) Ce BS.1 TECHNIQUE: PROTOTYPES MINIMAL SURFACE Ee acca: ea theme and the minimal surface to f ‘our middle layer. The reason that we us ce eel that has the minimal surface. This also sults ee eg cl fabricate while at the same time it aesthetically appealing. In the following prototy Cee oma Se ee ee pen BS.1 TECHNIQUE: PROTOTYPES aes el Peace) ccc Ce enced Bee ne een: if whi eee ro B5.1 TECHNIQUE: PROTOTYPES ‘SUPPORTIVE STRUCTURE - FORM FINDING In this technique, we combine recuring theme and the minimal surface to form ‘our middle layer. The reason that we use a minimal surface is because itis a geometry that has the minimal surface. This also sults our project that it requires less ‘material to fabricate while at the same time itis aesthetically appealing. In the following prototypes, we then investigate minimal surface 8s aggregation end populate it around a ring, \ 4 Consid —Enneper—Holicoit Kein Mobius Parabotoid 0 A Ith Structural Layer Gridshell perspectives on a hyperbolic paraboloid surface Materia: MDF Watfle Grid with interlocking joints. CONCLUSION After the exploration of the performance of the prototypes, we now have a deeper ‘understanding on what wil be feasible and applicable to our project. When discussing about the outermost layer - panelling, we found panel 1 is not applicable. The reason behind is because the brief requires us to create a habitat for butterflies and in order to create a habitat, it needs plants. Then we discovered panel 2 that uses T-Spline to Create a skeletal panel which acts as a support for growing plant, this design will be the ‘most suitable panelling out of the other options. As for the minimal surface, we find the Schwarz P is the best among others because it leaves a big space in the middle \hich allows the plants to locate its roots as well as concealing the hydroponic system. Lastly we found gridshellis the best option for the base structure due it stability and the ‘easiness in fabrication, B6é TECHNIQUE: PROPOSAL ur group is proposing to build an insect habitat tram stop which will be located along Swanston Street that our clients are mainly butterflies and human. As we were examining the brief, the following design concepts have been generated that will guide us through our project. It includes increasing habitat for butterflies and their predators in the city, broadening the definition of space on street, providing habitat overhead, provicing sheltered tram stop, connecting Isolated habitat on both Public and private properties and mitigating urban heat island effect by increasing green space. ‘As we have explored the previous chapter, the structure is divided into three layers, the outermost layer is @ panel, the middle layer is a minimal surface and the innermost layers a gridshell Inte abit fo trad ‘Reroreitarmnote bet fy cea ry aia on ‘Sy Wenthe rember of taterfes ‘ten nr tps Stebrediam sto ‘Bevery erode shetered vom Fanipeut he ner hs ie cos efit ae, Sconden te defton f 9 Sn wi be es Conese aaa ‘alesse 3 E, 3) i i 4 ie Stas cbt ca ‘Storing fem the pane. ahexogona panel costes by ou ‘ne reverse engnearing-schere srocion and we of Taplneis he oles! yer The main eason tal chosen ue 1 stats ana ne plan's canbe suport o gion rcey above i. 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OBJECTIVE 03 DEVELOPING SKLLSIN VARIOUS 30 MEDIA Throughout ne work process of Part, wewererequredio sevatous indo satware sch as Rha Grashoppe, Photoshop lusaior ard particulary i Design Wile vwskingen Par, picked up at new srowlege regarding ‘hesfvare when work together wth eames. ‘OBJECTIVE 04 DEVELOPING AN UNDERSTANDING OF RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ARCHITECTURE ANO AIR ‘The een of speculative design tinting tudo ar semetmes cote ous rom the physical Ste Weare focused on the exlortion and nagectad re ‘te censdeatons. Therefore Ith t © meer: ‘obebothcrestiebuyet funciona angi, OBJECTIVE 05 DEVELOPING THE ABILITY TOMAKE ‘A CASE FOR PROPOSAL InPart 86, we wee task to answer the proj rit ‘and produce proposal for tam scp By stuajng these, Lino aque ou cent ond Nelboume cleat data (opegracy win andra ee), we ete abl to derive a desi question and chum ot ‘proposal tat snoners the our deagn question OBJECTIVE 06 DEVELOP CAPABILITIES FOR CONCEPTUAL, TECHNICAL AND DESIGN ANALYSES OF CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS ‘uring Part 86, we pede grams that coud cir convey cur design corept to curaucene. “hese lags ae date such hat he audience ca understand our concent eventhough when \earenatin presence to expan ox idea. OBJECTIVE 07 (DEVELOP FOUNDATIONAL UNDERSTANDINGS (OF COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY, DATA ‘STRUCTURES AND TYPES PROGRAMMING ‘nord wo generate mutple erator forou tudes, We ‘oud rater ly onthe bultin funciens of Grasshopper [yest and inert onto ook elearning materi on Yowube nd instal lugnsuch as weavrbr,Pecpsake, kangaroo lunchbox and anemone With he help of his ug, mecouldpreduce more and resingReatons OBJECTIVE 08 {BEGIN DEVELOPING A PERSONALISED REPERTORE OF [COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIOUES SUBSTANTIATED BY ‘THE UNDERSTANDING OF THEIR ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES AND AREAS OF APPLICATION With the algrtomi shechbook task, am eto document lea my coproach and tempt every ‘software and farce. 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C1 DESIG ee) ea a C1 DESIGN CONCEPT Ss sg C1.1 CONCEPT 1: STIGMERGY: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM ‘The grt en ope sweet named Physrain i dveops srt Rhinos rap aor so, Grssape. ‘he onl lop «evn pra ulhagotimaporh sul ard esd s bundy be eee renin n tots sane ue, us gig a nar mora eth cota be oduced el 1.1.1 PARAMETRIC INPUTS. ) a Butterfly behaviour INTRINSIC BUTTERFLY BEHAVIOUR Lifespan 15 days foal 8 cys lo Maximum speed of butts ying esha [BEHAVIOUR BASED ON NEARBY NEIGHBOURS Death Distance Possibility ofthe agent to change crecton 0% oar opr hoger betarer bento hues dent of hablo ps win ae Kap movomet betavi acorn pas ey oxen eer aps. nach sgn movenon and 3a decir ae based onmaracins wth ait path ‘slain Geog ilomaten Sse (0S) As marc apna wh he nese toward patestasd en he chvaces fhe pt heen ery ae ater pach BEHAVIOUR BASED ON SITE Approximate number of butrfies species in Meboume: 4 sis bs punbr wi ews ate tal pope an gproxinabon oy) = Memesisaion behaviour: Ages ae asumedta sense net: ows sg oat ova css Basten le, 1 ek, 207 moss, cel arate 3 asi sana rou. es anna makes of clr fomson nig watery pera ply ed ts ¢ ens Buttes n partie ey ony bear cnet, rage of {ome eed fom lal rue (20 700 rn) anor he bees known fe ht, 20; Sterga, 18), ie bids arene 400 ‘The agent has mutiple sensor to detec the level of chemo atracve tall eonoerraions in font of. All the sensors are ona sphere centered athe agent's ‘Agent sensory capabitis location, 8 Qe? ) 2 te ‘We can describe sensor locations using four parametrsin aspherical coordinate systom. The coordinate system use the agents crecton asthe ais. Sensing Ose (S0) the rail distance to each sensor. Sensing Angle (SA) isthe maximum . polar angle, Detect Drectons R(NR)is the number * “ of sensors ata partcolaraitud, and therefore the azimuthal angle between neighboring senso atthe same aude, evento ste Nbimecrwatanlaatsittaach OS PARAMETRIC INPUTS INTRINSIC BUTTERFLY BEHAVIOUR > Geen) tect diectin) Geeeeeee spent repel ange. They 380 BEHAVIOUR BASED ON NEARBY NEIGHBOURS. > (Death Distanes) ee ete = BEHAVIOUR BASED ON SITE > (otal Population {:lcitoetal, 201: shay entor deletion, which in the ninel kingdom (Bscne Box Environment: Area of analysis ‘Optimal population Monitoring technique eee eeeeeeeeereepamene a marr? | Mustar emer caes parawerncnrurs ‘Maximumheight)—! Nectar trees suitable for butterflies ® Food source: Tree Locations @ parawerricneuts Geographic Coordinates Cie rece err i ree Locations Peels Coe) ocr) 2) Obstacles RPP e ar INPUTS Agent Based Modelling ci4.2 Parametric Logic © Resulting Butterfly Population C1.1 CONCEPT 1: STIGMERGY: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM Nee Ot ersten ou rete Prete Oe ig Population rertpepulatns of Optimal butterfly eae Das C1.1 CONCEPT 1: STIGMERGY: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM Al 1.1.2 SITE SPECIFIC DESIGN C1.1 CONCEPT 1: STIGMERGY: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM Al C1.1 CONCEPT 1: STIGMERGY: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM een N een a ein C1.1 CONCEPT 1: ERGY: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM ago Rose C1.1 CONCEPT 1: STIGMERGY: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM RPS dae te Pour) ome ON a La ee Seu(e} pers C1.1 CONCEPT 1: STIGMERGY: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM 1.1.3 ISOSURFACE APPROXIMATION - CHROMODORIS ALGORITHM Tress pity tn on i pig ta ning 7) 2 5) a = 5) 0 mn C1.1 CONCEPT 1: STIGMERGY: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM ITERATIONS On ITERATIONS C1.1 CONCEPT 1: STIGMERGY: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM aa io POPULATION POSITION SU sg oe eae MLO} C1.2 CONCEPT 2: AGGREGATION ‘Topradee fom tat wos attic age hich tacome many es at ta ja fom or oun ‘ronson sien of ggmptonisa erate ee fates uncon er peg it don. rr prerte lenis eet bce ne eb ere chase ha cet The feos pans) ae ed ‘Sheegeytntncins wise ows le prac ouaceaben eae ec rastepper30, he ppepton ito ae paced y a Sr compensates longer hat iete ‘ice ee separate epee tebe peg Pp Thal rong covet ght etn itis nde te sen shows te nels a ee wen ns ise how en gece whi ot aged aprox nay bdr eben angers eens ‘Sesto Sone ote ein cit |) hasoyesing we canbe risen res lh strbedon ete tans i ale tytn alc be sale ay eco. 2 Thecontn cps low epee a on Pen cect 3 us rt eat oma ad a he ‘enon ah tet op cry se eects ae Sentient tahstencvandaeatnteen tare C1.2 CONCEPT 2: AGGREGATION 1.2.1 CREATING THE UNIT: AEROPONIC SYSTEM ces coat mat rpng map nina ca sg, Tha rere ce Tn ites acpily ft aon ee age 9 pts sort, tire snc cc tdocarcehRwer it ep tpt ‘Ravers dsm on toed nb ese stain The sro sal res at esl gon wich Mews wean gow bee jen hr rt ageg ne ath pon espe fy Sag sate wee Rout Bis way rg fcr cn. ne ra nol bone petlen ‘roonsatn rd rae Wh Be arom ssn, esl wl elon ele cases pay maha be oe yee. ‘AEROPONIC SYSTEM COMPONENTS. Prats Nts pts Mist eoates Wat ppas Water ints Water ‘er Tromydsearsntants neta dps aia nal ceeehtten opt tenner snomtfonen Tener ‘ejb Sopa go aso nas tnt man har han race en anne ‘ejecta hte tie ty Mee Gore sn mre sr pete ye “epockntonte asogoe 1.2 CONCEPT 2: AGGREGATION: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM 1.2.1 CREATING THE UNIT: AEROPONIC SYSTEM 1 Axis >> cee == - +? em — NT a SZ 3 Axis ¥ CONVERSION CF HYDROPONIC PFE INTO TAREE DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE THREE DIVENSONAL VIEW OF WATER PES Becca ems sn see spe isp th spe on we adios as hn ng ‘sors ara Hon bres cron sconce eso etree ny argo ‘foun arch superego ste non grin Tere aba bse ae ha wane ey Stogrgemnyow aguante C1.2 CONCEPT 2: Nt) ee) am Cea iam ele aa Me u ATIONS Poor Ce ae C1.2 CONCEPT 2: AGGREGATION: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM. SPECIES C1.2 CONCEPT 2: AGGREGATION: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM Easy Assembly C1.2 CONCEPT PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM (ony ee) eae \SE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM cH oe Pea Reietcn 1.2 CONGEPT 2: AGGREGATION: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALNNALGORITHM ace een! eee Se C1.2 CONCEPT 2: AGGREGATION: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM Peay iL Lib : C1.2 CONCEPT 2: AGGREGATION: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM Tea ra a re) C1.2 CONCEPT 2: AGGREGATION: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALM ALGORITHM mr aT C1.2 CONCEPT 2: AGGREGATION: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYSAREALN Cran Res ALGORITHM C1.2 CONCEPT 2: AGGREGATION: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYS) \LGORITHM ee eae C1.2 CONCEPT 2: AGGREGATION: AGENT-BASE MODELING - PHYS) iret eo C1.3 MERGING THE CONCEPTS: STIGMERGIC AGGREGATION “ PCE! Vere) etait Pein Chramodoris 8 INPUTS Kangaroo Unit “ Sle sLitea) eeu iey 4 COMPUTATIONAL MERGING THE CONCEPTS: sTIGMERGIC AGGREGATION WAL INSU See melO 019 1.4.1 PARAMETRIC LOGIC SUMMARY ee FINAL MODEL C2.1 MATERIALITY 2.1.1 STEEL PIPES AND CONNECTORS The stuns canst pps dco Gavan pes eta themain shack nbo ou pte adhe eat, Te aerage ng hls that rer sig. Tse pipe be Sroniet ncn 2.1.2 SELF-HEALING CONCRETE alu belomctneunis se ean netisuse Wecansne ‘tg ara oct a tu an ne und sala cone fevelope incon. he Dope eontage o ig ehsing lcs has ort caltepecplang tea De cole tate bil crane conrlthatna el tsing epaces ce Wa the ws of sthosing certs can minnie he pssbity nd umber of ae on err eg em Bn 388 ase the duty of cca owe te trance Wh big the plop we set abe aston eto anes. The vc wap he pes anda Pe enacts C2.2 DETAIL DIAGRAM Mesh Input Sper. oupwtorinage C2.3 FABRICATION 2.3.1 ASSEMBLY OF STEEL PIPES AND CONNECTORS UNIT CREATION tm ced tear pee. en ‘honing 60 nba eae titvwas tim eee sppeiin Ps wi en paced a e =, . TJ wa 2.32 concrete MEMBRANE FORMWORK (A) mente ect he tt pti tis trode ache is yang a aie ccth- plese, fon tin pete nape ares 0a wap the pp. Hones wend bs tod cgi cae we ited to buds tone lo pul PIPE FORMWORK (8) Ths mu te eso em ae le eprint alto en rie shes ie crated ‘cia pan fr npn Ts ml resaon oe marly nh popes C2.4 PROTOTYPE PHOTOS AERIAL VIEW @ SCALE 14 e ‘ee 2.4 PROTOTYPE PHOTOS LARGEST RELAXATION ACCOMODATING LARGEST FLOWER/PLANT C2.4 PROTOTYPE PHOTOS MEDIUM RELAXATION ACCOMODATING MEDIUM FLOWER/PLANT C2.4 PROTOTYPE PHOTOS \ a Pe C2.4 PROTOTYPE PHOTOS Sa Cr C3 FINAL DET] AILED DESIGN C3.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH: DESIGNING WITH HUMAN SCALE (635.1 BUTTERFLIES VISUAL EFFECT UNITS DESIGNED FOR SEATING BENCHES UNITS AGGREGATED INTO ANOTHER FORM wpe or VARIATION IN UNIT FOR ADULT/CHILD . oh A A ’ ees 4A : UNITS DISPLAYING DECLINED BENCHES 3.3 SECTION LINCOLN SQUARE ‘STOP 3- LINCOLN SQUARE/SWANSTON STREET PELHAM STREET 3.3 ELEVATIONS NORTHELEWATION EASTELEVATION WEST ELEVATION 3.5 DESIGN ANALYS| 3.5 DESIGN ANALYSIS (C25.3 FABRICATION PROCESS DIAGRAM Cenerte mov (ae Pontus naste havea oe opowa nae eu 3.6 PERSPECTIVE (36.2 PERSPECTIVE FACING PARKVILLE/CARLTON (NORTH) 3.6 PERSPECTIVE (€1.6.3 TRAM-STOP CLOSE UP PERSPECTIVE 3.6 PERSPECTIVE (C3.6.4 PERSPECTIVE FACING MELBOURNE CITY (SOUTH) ? =? C3.6 PERSPECTIVE, (C245 PERGPEGTIVE FROM NEMORIAL FOUNTAIN 3.7 SITE MODEL MB 3.7 SITE MODEL =_ 3.7 SITE MODEL 3.7 SITE MODEL C3.7 SITE MODEL a a So = iw = G8 C4 LEARNING OUTCOME OBJECTIVE 01 INTERROGATING ABREF Tepes n ppt stony ity sara te pocescl main ne ape pone sated da rlnee ssp i nd gi liso lowed age anos cf expeimerain end epiowon leer alarm enatcot nto cle so ols Ths ge use ably opsh ad ootreay caiteielo sap wih soneing incor dca ad, OBJECTIVE 02 DEVELOPING AN ABLUTY TO CENERATEA VEY OF DESI ERATIONS ware sista ones ava sn pss dng susitmeceog rd peenateresing wh ee rec caecy ‘rere dei sace olan THs soa oo deg nebod weeps clay rds wee np ution gonad gone fut ned arg eae Stacy aig oui Ths aleve us usar Fo Suc llc ate coir pal tio wich mht ee Had cee ge ang, ee ots woo Deut sean tl char onin he ig ce ‘OBJECTIVE 03 CEVELOPINGSHLLSIN VARIOUS MEDIA We doe isin 30 md psi n ‘onpishal gooey garantie nodng, enc loyanmag ad dota rca Thee se mary carps fis rg pec ere eg ose is istreteodn cot son cis ede, Ina aetng nd 80 peg powder a PLA) ‘OBJECTIVE 04 ‘DEVELOPING AN UNDERSTANDING OF RELATONSHIPS ETNEENARCATECTIRE ANDAR nunderstandg tent tro cin era wos 0 ony rial i corsa rh he eran son reponse yes ode ie na epee ang gate un sop ns rcpt wr et want aad coset etetta seal i ease cantons. OBJECTIVE 05 DEVELOPING THE ABILTY TOMUKE CASE FOR PROPOSAL We neh sity ome case eps by racing etd thekg nd coon consncion {igo nlp aun eme ‘oneneray acne sue OBJECTIVE 06 DEVELOP CAPABLE FOR CONCEPTUAL, TECHUCAL AND DESIGN ANALYSES OF CONTEMPORARY ARCHTECTURAL PROLECTS ana ao cents crabis coop, ie nd esas lcrenpoay acne projec. Ts as imran Be msgs torasags pat and ren en ata ne pete a Undstnd andopecitein pt 8 and whe eee ropes rer dooms exes neko ebutom ‘OBJECTIVE 07 (DEVELOP FOUNDATIONAL UNDERSTANONGS OF COMPUTATIONAL (GEOMETRY, OFT STRUCTURES AND TPES PROGRANIING ‘Neurdsten nest ef omptton geome Stace ed pes roaring ns Ses eu ‘cause Ts shomarade atte army CGesppe elnng cur uaerstundgt te pera ihe nn el ns ae moon la ean expesion OBJECTIVE 08 {AEGN DEVELOP A PERSONALISED REPERTORE OF ‘COMPUTATIONAL TECHNUES SUBSTANTIATED BY THE UNDERSTANDNG OF THER ADVANTAGES AD DISADIANIAGES AND AREAS OF APPLICATION Arepateat compl iis sant ye ncesarg of er tangs, Sstriges ad aa cf psi adbeast fs gan sesh of knows reg conpstea cnc Furbemor, has gus SDM ‘lohan we yet png dere corre cap and epeineing we praner ese an abate. C5 APPENDIX 5.1 ALGORITHMIC SKETCHBOOK FG 1 MAGE SANPUNG OF LATBIO SPOTS 6G 2 AGE SAMPLNG OF LADYBRO S>UTS ON ADOWE G3 SURFACE DME WITH HOLLOW CYUNDER FG. SURFACE DMIDE WTH NTERSECTING PLANES C5 APPENDIX C5 APPENDIX 5.1 ALGORITHMIC SKETCHBOOK SPHERE EXTRACTION (VAY RENDER. CONCRETE) KANGAROO STACKED CACOON (VRAY RENDER-GLASS) FORM FINDING WITH KANGAROO TENSILE STRUCTURE ANGAROO VECTOR ONA SURFACE (RAY RENDER - COPPER) C5 APPENDIX 5.1 ALGORITHMIC SKETCHBOOK VISION OF PELHAM STREET 1 fart pam rrachtne that export inate dct the eer atnberomntnaen ton: C5 APPENDIX 5.2 PRESENTATION C6 REFERENCE C6 IMAGES