All posts filed under: patterns

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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Digital knitting

Course: DIGITALE WERKZEUGE: CAD/CAM II, 2017 / weissensee kunsthochschule berlin Supervison: Agata Kycia Supervison Knitting: Veronika Groß Students: Katrin Bergner, Sophie Schmidt, Pamina Weiß, Otto Lemme, Elena Eulitz, Eva Reischl, Xingwen Pan, Hannah Lu Verse, Sophia Köllmer, Christin-Luisa Amann, Esther Kaya Stögerer, Carolin Rüllich, Katja […]

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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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Surface articulation through CNC-milling

Ongoing research on surface articulation using CNC-milling manufacturing processes. Various fabrication strategies are applied to doubly-curves surface geometries in order to increase efficiency of the production and integrate limitations and constraints of the machines into the very early stage of the design process. CASE STUDY_01 Fabrication […]

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Digital Timber

  DIGITAL TIMBER – WERKKONFERENZ 2015 Dates: 29 – 31. Oktober 2015 Tutors: Moritz Fleischmann, Agata Kycia Institute: Werkkonferenz Exhibition Design Institute Hochschule Düsseldorf Location: HSD PBSA – Hochschule Düsseldorf, Peter-Behrens School of Arts, Düsseldorf, DE Werkkonferenz 2015 is an annual event organized by the Exhibition Design Institute of […]

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Grid transformations

Ongoing research on patterns and grid deformations, investigating strategies to develop rule-based tesselation systems that would challenge the repetetive nature of regular grids. Case study_01 Pattern Library Pattern_05[b] Pattern_05[a] Pattern_04[c] Pattern_04[b] Pattern_04[a] Pattern_03[b] Pattern_03[a] Pattern_02[b] Pattern_02[a] Pattern_01[b] Pattern_01[a]

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AA VS Beijing 2014

ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE VISITING SCHOOL /// (Su(pe)rReal) Location: Tsinghua University, Beijing, CN Timeline: 18 – 26 January 2014 Programme Director: Li Qun Zhao Beijing Coordinator: Chang Qiang Visting School Director: Christopher Pierce Unit 1 Tutors: Agata Kycia, Xin Wang Students: Gaby, Junlin Lan, Shuman Wu, Su Yang, S.Y. Liu, Victor, Xian Zheng, Yufang QI, Zhendong Huangfu, Ziyi Huang Description: SuperReal is […]

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Museum in Mecca

Type: Culture Area: 15 500 m² Location: Mecca, Saudi Arabia Design: HENN Exhibition Design: RALPH APPELBAUM ASSOCIATES Status: Competition Role: Building Design Design proposal for this museum offers maximum of synergy between the architecture of the building and the exhibition design and content. Space is used not only as a frame […]

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Dynamic Diagramming

INTRA MUROS 2012 – DYNAMIC DIAGRAMMING / DATA VISUALISATION IN PROCESSING Location: Fachhochschule Düsseldorf, University of Applied Sciences Dates: November 2012 Tutors: Moritz Fleischmann, Agata Kycia Student: Maryvonne Wellen Description: Open source programming languages (such as Processing), in addition to the usual functionality for data […]

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DIY

Type: DIY furniture design Year: 2011 This lamp filters light through a pattern that continues throughout its 4 sides. The assembly process is fairly simple; perforated plates are lasercut, inserted into wooden frames and joined together. (pic. pattern design on one of the sides)

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