Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) Design Research Laboratory AADRL The studio research agenda explores the use of combined technologies, robotic arms and 3d printing, in the architectural design process. The main objective was to translate structurally motivated spatial networks into habitable dwellings. This can only be achieved by integrating digital fabrication into the design and production process.  This Research analyses how spatial printing can define a new design and fabrication…

Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) Design Research Laboratory AADRL The studio research agenda explores the use of combined technologies, robotic arms and 3d printing, in the architectural design process. The main objective was to translate structurally motivated spatial networks into habitable dwellings. This can only be achieved by integrating digital fabrication into the design and production process. This Research analyses how spatial printing can define a new design and fabrication…

Knitflatable Architecture: Pneumatically activated pre-programmed knitted textile spaces  The purpose of this thesis is to investigate the potentials of textile architecture through a multi-layered study of the knitting technique and to show how the pre-programmed surface pattern affects the global geometry while being inflated. The empirical part of the study was conducted through sets of experiments with various knitted samples activated pneumatically into a shape. Knitted fabric surfaces…

Knitflatable Architecture: Pneumatically activated pre-programmed knitted textile spaces The purpose of this thesis is to investigate the potentials of textile architecture through a multi-layered study of the knitting technique and to show how the pre-programmed surface pattern affects the global geometry while being inflated. The empirical part of the study was conducted through sets of experiments with various knitted samples activated pneumatically into a shape. Knitted fabric surfaces…

Lix is World's Smallest 3D Printing Pen, Lets You Doodle in the Air!!!!

Lix is World's Smallest 3D Printing Pen, Lets You Doodle in the Air!!!!

GAD Portfolio // Wonderlab :: Research Cluster 4, 2014-2015 // UCL, The Bartlett School of Architecture

GAD Portfolio // Wonderlab :: Research Cluster 4, 2014-2015 // UCL, The Bartlett School of Architecture

Dutch designer Dirk van der Kooij is obsessed with rapid prototyping. Best known for his Endless Chair, made from a continuous string of recycled plastic using a 3D printer, the design has grown into a range of products all with the goal of making the production process more visible. Speaking at Design Indaba recently, van der Kooij explained, "the best thing about recycled plastic is it has history."

Dutch designer Dirk van der Kooij is obsessed with rapid prototyping. Best known for his Endless Chair, made from a continuous string of recycled plastic using a 3D printer, the design has grown into a range of products all with the goal of making the production process more visible. Speaking at Design Indaba recently, van der Kooij explained, "the best thing about recycled plastic is it has history."

Introduced by Platt Boyd, Branch Technology’s customized Kuka robotic arm is sliding on a 10-meter-long rail system to 3D print ABS walls for the company’s own exhibition booth. At 25 feet wide by 58 feet long, this is the world’s largest freeform 3D printer.

Introduced by Platt Boyd, Branch Technology’s customized Kuka robotic arm is sliding on a 10-meter-long rail system to 3D print ABS walls for the company’s own exhibition booth. At 25 feet wide by 58 feet long, this is the world’s largest freeform 3D printer.

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