All posts filed under: computational design

CAD CAM II

Dates: SoSe 2019 Institution: Weissensee Kunsthochschule Berlin, Textil- und Flächendesign Tutor: Agata Kycia Students: Nayeli Vega, Samira Akhavan, Olga Kuschchyk, Juni Neyenhuys, Luis Magg, Jasmin Sermonet, Jade Mauduit, Luise schumacher, Serafina Baucken, Joanna Czekajlo, Clara Santos Thomas, Maria Paula Barbosa Posada, Josephine Shone, Carlotta Scholz, Lisa Braun, Anna […]

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ISOpatterns

The following wooden panels are result of the material-informed design exploration. In this case both panels are fabricated using 3 axis CNC-milling machine in Multiplex pine wood. A doubly-curved surface cuts through different layers of wood and creates linear patterns with various color tones. The […]

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Tile Award

DESIGN CONCEPT Proposed design merges traditional craftsmanship with advanced digital design methods. Ornamental complexity of the traditional tiles is re-interpreted and translated through computational means. The most characteristic feature of the tiles is the dotted pattern, meandering between difference and repetition. Pic. Programmable pattern configurations […]

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Meshworks Berlin

Computational Design and Fabrication Workshop Dates: 5th – 7th, 12th – 13th Aug 2016 Tutors: Agata Kycia & Patrick Bedarf Participants: Maria Selkou, Natalie Peter, Kai Peter, Charlie-Camille Thomas, Romana Scholz, Werner Budde, Anna-Amalia Gräwe, Park Geun Woo Location: Fab Lab Berlin MESHWORKS BERLIN builds upon previous workshops investigating complex […]

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