TS study models

facade 3d print models

Ive been looking into ways to increase surface area for pollutant absorption, these are some test models forming different geometries that randomise and maximise surface area.

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6 Responses to TS study models

  1. Maxime Monin says:

    Emma, you should definitely look at Neri Oxman work – she has been creating these beautiful wearables that could house bacterias to create air or other things (it was intended to be for astronauts).
    https://www.dezeen.com/2014/11/25/neri-oxman-mit-media-lab-stratasys-wearable-3d-printed-structures-interplanetary-voyages-synthetic-biology/

    Overall, the idea of geometries with “pockets” or “folds” to house and transform, like breathing.

    • Emma Fraser says:

      Wow creepy thank you! yes it’s interesting to think of the skin of the building like a breathing apparatus or like biological processes.

  2. Etienne Gilly says:

    The one on the bottom right corner of your photo reminds me of the acoustic panel HdM created for the new Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. > https://www.wired.com/2017/01/happens-algorithms-design-concert-hall-stunning-elbphilharmonie/. The work on the acoustic panels of the main concert hall is quite impressive.