This two day workshop was conducted as part of the course "Digital tools and parametric design" for Architecture and Engineering student’s year 2 at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg Sweden, December 2017. Utilizing a geodesic grid design, that is curves whose curvature vector is parallel with the surface normal, the gridshell was made of straight predrilled plywood laths that was bent and locked into shape using a sequential erection method.
Emil Adiels – Architecture and Engineering Research Group, Chalmers
Isak Näslund – Chalmers University of Technology/Buro Happold Engineering
Nicolo Bencini- Buro Happold Engineering
Cecilie Brandt - BIG Engineering
Puria Hesari - Buro Happold Engineering
Emil Poulsen - CORE Thornton Tomasetti
Heroes & Master builders:
Architecture and Engineering student’s year 2, 2017.
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RetroVision - Puzzle [NCS Release]: youtube.com/watch?v=TN_8D-79BZg