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TitleAdvances in Architectural Geometry 2010
PublisherSpringer Vienna Architecture
ISBN 139783709103081
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LanguageEnglish
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Table of Contents
                            Cover
Advances in Architectural
Geometry 2010
ISBN 9783709103081
Foreword
Table of Contents
1. The Master-Builder-Geometer
2. Interpreting Physical Sketches as Architectural Models
	1 Introduction
		1.1 Tangible User Interface for Architectural Design
		1.2 Contributions
		1.3 Overview
	2 Related Work
		2.1 Modeling Interfaces for Architectural Design
		2.2 Sketch Recognition
		2.3 Sketch Recognition for Architectural Drawings
		2.4 Gestalt Theory and Sketch Interpretation
	3 Sketch Interpretation Algorithm
		3.1 Image Pre-Processing
		3.2 Intended Parallel, Perpendicular, and Collinear Elements
		3.3 Linking Walls to Form Continuous Chains
		3.4 Arrangement of Cells and Enclosure
		3.5 Assigning Interior and Exterior Zones
		3.6 Detecting Inferred Interior Walls and Trimming Unused Walls
		3.7 Post-Processing: Constructing a Watertight Triangle Mesh
	4 Validation of Physical Sketch Interpretation Environment
		4.1 Design Collection Study
		4.2 Re-Interpretation Study to Quantify Design Ambiguities
		4.3 Validation Results: Subjective Feedback
		4.4 Quantitative Sketch Interpretation Results
	5 Conclusion and Future Work
	References
3. Lamella Flock
	1 Non-Linear Processes in Architectural Design
	2 Zollinger – A Lamella Wood System
	3 Free Form Wood Structures and Previous Experience
	4 Investigating Freeform Lamella Systems
	5 An Outline of Self-Organization
	6 The generated lamella system, structure and behaviour
	7 A hybrid system
	8 Implementation
	9 Conclusion
	Acknowledgements
	References
4. Case Studies in Cost-Optimized Paneling of Architectural
Freeform Surfaces
	1 Introduction
		Related Work
	2 Panels and Fabrication
	3 Paneling Architectural Freeform Surfaces
		3.1 Problem Specification
		3.2 Paneling Algorithm
	4 Extensions
		4.1 Sharp Features
		4.2 Adaptive Control of Paneling Quality
	5 Case Studies
		5.1 Facade Design Study
		5.2 Skipper Library
		5.3 Lissajous Tower
	6 Discussion
	Acknowledgments
	References
5. Tiling Freeform Shapes With Straight Panels: Algorithmic Methods
	1 Introduction
	2 The Design of Patterns of Geodesics.
		2.1 Design by Parallel Transport.
		2.2 Design by Evolution and by Segmentation
	3 Panels from Curve Patterns.
		3.1 Panels with Pure Bending: the Tangent Developable Method.
		3.2 The Binormal Method.
		3.3 Discussion
	4 Stress and Strain in Panels.
	5 Conclusion.
	References
6. Freeform Rigid-Foldable Structure Using Bidirectionally
Flat-Foldable Planar Quadrilateral Mesh
	1 Introduction
	2 Geometry of Rigid-Foldable Quadrilateral Mesh Disk
		2.1 Generalized Miura-ori
		2.2 Generalized Eggbox Pattern
		2.3 Hybrid Surface: Bidirectionally Flat-foldable Planar Quadrilateral Mesh
	3 Design Variations of Rigid Foldable Surface
	4 Rigid Foldable Cylinder
	5 Materialization
	6 Conclusion
	References
7. The Sphere Project – Negotiate Geometrical Representations
From Design to Production
	1 Introduction
	2 Geometry generation
		2.1 Geometric principles
		2.2 Fitness criteria for the evolutionary process
	3 Geometry refinement for fabrication
	4 Conclusion
	Acknowledgements
8. Towards Teaching Generative Design in Architecture
	1 Introduction
	2 Towards Teaching
	3 Three Conceptual Design Models
		3.1 Model One
		3.2 Model Two
		3.3 Model Three
	4 The Generative Design Seminar
		4.1 Mathematic Form-Finding
		4.2 Global Logics
		4.3 Component Logics
	5 Conclusion
	References
9. Architectural Acoustics for Practioners
	1 Introduction
	2 Current Practice
	3 Design of Raytracing tool
	4 Tool in Action
		4.1 Parametric Model
		4.2 Analysis and Inspection
		4.3 Visualization of Data
	5 Conclusions
	Acknowledgements
	References
10. Wiggled Brick Bond
	1 Introduction
	2 The Pike Loop project
	3 The wiggled bond
	4 The primary layer
		4.1 The distance map
		4.2 The double exponent of interpolation
		4.3 Solving the boundary condition for the primary layer on a curve
	5 The Secondary Layer
		5.1 The accentuation of the vertical lines
		5.2 Resolving intersection by rotation around the outer corners
		5.3 Resolving the remaining intersection on both layers
	6 Conclusions
	References
11. Geometric Methods and Computational Mechanics for the
design of Stone Domes Based on Abeille’s Bond
	1 Introduction
	2 Definition of a geodesic dome
	3 Construction of an Abeille’s bond
	4 Mechanical computations
	5 Fabrication information output
	6 Conclusion
	References
12. Louvre Abu Dhabi 1/33 – Fabrication of a Large-Scale Physical
Light-Test Model
	1 Introduction
	2 STRUCTURE
		2.1 Whole Dome
		2.2 Building Parts
		2.3 Modules
		2.4 Bars and Knots
	3 CLADDING
		3.1 Cladding Data
		3.2 Cladding Tile Production and Assembly
		4 Conclusion
	Acknowledgements
	References
13. Ortho-Pictures: 3D Objects From Independent 2D Data Sets
	1 Introduction
	2 Background and Related Work
	3 Constructing Ortho-Pictures
		3.1 Vasarely style Ortho-Pictures
		3.2 Ortho-Pictures from two 2D Images
		3.3 Possible extensions
	4 Conclusions
	Acknowledgment
	References
14. Geometry of Structural Form
	1 Introduction
	2 Graphic Statics and Reciprocal Diagrams
	3 Geometry of an Efficient Truss
	4 Invariants in Force-Flow and Structural Classification
	5 Parametric Model of an Efficient Freeform Roof Structure
	6 Conclusion and Future Work
	Acknowledgements
	References
15. Realizing Formal and Funcional Complexity for Structurally Dynamic
Systems in Rapid Computational Means
	1 Introduction
	2 Topology – Material Distinction in Computation
	3 From Anticlastic to Minimal Surface
	4 Advanced Complexity – the Deep Surface
	5 Conclusion
	References
16. Statics-Sensitive Layout of Planar Quadrilateral Meshes
	1 Introduction
		1.1 Motivation
		1.2 Outline of the Proposed Method
		1.3 RelatedWork
	2 Statics-Sensitive Preprocessing
		2.1 Thin-Shell Model
		2.2 Implementation Issues
	3 PQ Meshing Step
		3.1 Level Set Method and Quad Meshing
		3.2 Planarization
	4 Results
		4.1 Great Court Roof of British Museum
		4.2 Neumuenster Abbey Court Roof Study
	5 Conclusion
	Acknowledgments
	References
List of Contributors
                        
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Figure 8: Top Elevation of the Tensegrity Roof

Figure 9: Detail Optimization

Figure 10: FEM Analysis

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Figure 11: Physical Model, Scale 1:10

Figure 12: Rendering of the Roof covering the Courtyard

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List of Contributors

Niloy J. Mitra (KAUST and IIT Delhi)

Address: Prof. Niloy Mitra
King Abdullah University of Science

and Technology

Thuwal 23955-6900,
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

[email protected]

Lucia Mondardini (Università di
Bologna)

Address: Lucia Mondardini
Università di Bologna

Facoltà di Ingegneria

Dipartimento di architettura e

pianificazione territoriale

Viale del Risorgimento 2

40135 Bologna

Italy

[email protected]

Joshua Nasman (Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute)

Address: Joshua Nasman
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Materials Research Center

110 8th Street Troy, NY 12180-3590
U.S.A.

[email protected]

Aditi Patel (Stevens Institute of
Technology)

Address: Aditi Patel
Student, Product Architecture and

Engineering Lab

Stevens Institute of Technology

Castle Point on Hudson

Hoboken NJ 07030-5991
U.S.A.

[email protected]

Mark Pauly (EPFL Lausanne)

Address: Prof. Mark Pauly
Laboratoire d’informatique graphique et

géométrique

École Polytechnique Fédérale de

Lausanne

1015 Lausanne

Switzerland

[email protected]

Helmut Pottmann (KAUST and TU
Wien)

Address: Prof. Helmut Pottmann
Technische Universität Wien

Wiedner Hauptstr. 8–10/104

1040 Wien

Austria

[email protected]

Mette Ramsgard Thomsen (The Royal
Danish Academy of Fine Arts)

Address: Mette Ramsgard Thomsen
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine

Arts,

School of Architecture

Philip de Langes Allé 10

1435 Kopenhagen K

Denmark

[email protected]

Jacob Riiber (The Royal Danish
Academy of Fine Arts)

Address: Jacob Riiber
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine

Arts,

School of Architecture

Philip de Langes Allé 10

1435 Kopenhagen K

Denmark

[email protected]

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Alexander Schiftner (Evolute and TU
Wien)

Address: Alexander Schiftner
Evolute GmbH

Schwindgasse 4/10

1040 Wien

Austria

[email protected]

Tomohiro Tachi (The University of
Tokyo)

Address: Tomohiro Tachi
The Universiity of Tokyo 3-8-1
Komaba, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-8902
Japan.

[email protected]

Martin Tamke (Royal Danish
Academy of Fine Arts)

Address: Martin Tamke
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine

Arts,

School of Architecture

Philip de Langes Allé 10

1435 Kopenhagen K

Denmark

[email protected]

Oliver Tessmann (Bollinger +
Grohmann Ingenieure)

Address: Oliver Tessmann
B+G Ingenieure Bollinger und

Grohmann GmbH

Westhafenplatz 1

60327 Frankfurt

Germany

[email protected]

Johannes Wallner (TU Graz)

Address: Prof. Johannes Wallner
Technische Universität Graz

Kopernikusgasse 24

8010 Graz

Austria

[email protected]

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