algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Cellular biological materials have intricate interior structures, self-organised in hierarchies to produce modularity, redundancy and differentiation. The foam geometries of cellular materials offer open and ductile structural systems that are strong and permeable, making them an attractive paradigm for developments in material science and for new structural systems in architecture and engineering.
Referring to properties of cancellous tissue in the bone, it seems interesting to use it abilities in the construction system of the building. In conjunction with the lightweight and durable material that allows you to change its shape over time, this structure offers unlimited growth opportunities of the building.
DIA DESSAU - Master Course - Thesis Project Part I
Studio : Material Performance
Author: Sebastian Białkowski
Supervisor / Studio Leader : Krassimir Krastev