sg2004 Toronto, CA
The SmartGeometry group conducted a 3 day workshop (8 November - 10th November) exploring the use of parametric CAD technology in generating components for direct manufacturing in architectural context.
The event follows the successful 3 day Workshop in Cambridge UK in the Summer of 2003. The tutors are all volunteers from professional and academic backgrounds who are all actively involved in utilising the technology and extending technical and conceptual boundaries.
The event is addressed to active 3D CAD design AEC professionals and advanced students (Masters or Ph D Students). It will provide a unique opportunity for networking and actively exploring advanced technology.
Matthew Jogan, Yale University
Surface populated with parametric component
Judit Kimpian, EEA Architects
Arches driven by B-spline curves
Roland Hudson, University of Bath
Wall made of a fixed length linking system
Mark Cichy, University of Waterloo, Ontario
Exercise in twisting, interlocking and ‘not quite’ touching geometries.
Oliver Osterwind, Buro Happold N.Y.
Hoberman sphere geometries for deployable structures
Mechanics of folding curved sheet materials
Neri Oxman, Architectural Association
Component surface population
Achim Menges, Architectural Association
Generative components to populate double curved surfaces
Wilson Chang, Simon Fraser University
Parametric model of roofstructure for The World Expo pavilion
Jeffrey Krause, Black Square
Louver system which reacts towards local and global parameters
Chris Kabatsi, Greg Lynn Architects
Complex double curved surfaces with ribstructures
Parametric cladding system
Shane Burger, Grimshaw N.Y.
Generative Components - N.Y. subway station transit centre