ICD/ITKE ResearchPavilion15-16

ICD/ITKE Investigation PAVILION 2015-16 – Stuttgart 2016

Institute for Computational Style and design (ICD) – Prof. Achim Menges
Institute of Setting up Buildings and Structural Style and design (ITKE) – Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jan Knippers
College of Stuttgart – School for Architecture and City Organizing

The Institute for Computational Style and design (ICD) and the Institute of Setting up Buildings and Structural Style and design (ITKE) of the College of Stuttgart have accomplished a new investigate pavilion demonstrating robotic textile fabrication techniques for segmented timber shells. The pavilion is the first of its type to utilize industrial stitching of wooden factors on an architectural scale. It is aspect of a thriving collection of investigate pavilions which showcase the probable of computational design, simulation and fabrication processes in architecture. The undertaking was created and understood by college students and researchers in a multi-disciplinary workforce of architects, engineers, biologists, and palaeontologists.

Venture-Group
ICD Institute for Computational Style and design – Prof. Achim Menges
ITKE Institute of Setting up Buildings and Structural Style and design – Prof. Jan Knippers

SCIENTIFIC Advancement
Simon Bechert, Oliver David Krieg, Tobias Schwinn, Daniel Sonntag

Notion Advancement, Program Advancement, FABRICATION & Building
Martin Alvarez, Jan Brütting, Sean Campbell, Mariia Chumak, Hojoong Chung, Joshua Number of, Eliane Herter, Rebecca Jaroszewski, Ting-Chun Kao, Dongil Kim, Kuan-Ting Lai, Seojoo Lee, Riccardo Manitta, Erik Martinez, Artyom Maxim, Masih Imani Nia, Andres Obregon, Luigi Olivieri, Thu Nguyen Phuoc, Giuseppe Pultrone, Jasmin Sadegh, Jenny Shen, Michael Sveiven, Julian Wengzinek, and Alexander Wolkow
With the support of Extensive Nguyen, Michael Preisack, and Lauren Vasey

IN COLLABORATION WITH
Departement of Evolutionary Biology of Invertebrates – Prof. Oliver Betz
Departement of Palaeontology of Invertebrates – Prof. James Nebelsick
College of Tuebingen

SUPPORTED BY
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
GETTYLAB
BW-Financial institution
Edelrid
Frank Brunnet GmbH
Forst BW
Groz-Beckert KG
Guetermann GmbH
Hess & Co.
KUKA Roboter GmbH
Mehler Texnologies GmbH

For additional info see:
http://www.itke.uni-stuttgart.de/entwicklung.php?lang=en&id=71 https://codecanyon.internet/person/coderevolution/portfolio?ref=coderevolution