OUTPUT: RESEARCH

CENTER OF EXPERIMENTRAL STRUCTURES: MORPHOLOGY


N 40∘ 41’ 16.863”
W  73∘ 57’ 52.026”


Exploration of material interrelations and morphological forms were achieved through computational and physical modeling. At first, research topics were analyzed for their base principles in geometry and shape, their historical significance, and their relevance to base geometric, structural, and environmental performances.

During one of the studies, soft membrane prototypes were created to cast concrete or plaster into shell structures. All prototypes implied an integrated cable mesh weave for additional tension. Shell structures formed solely with gravity as the leading force. Meanwhile being programmed and computer-simulated in advance.

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PUBLICATIONS:
Pratt Institute School of Architecture
Undergraduate InProcess Issue 24.
Fall 2017 - Spring 2018


Pratt Institute School of Architecture
Undergraduate InProcess Issue 25.
Fall 2018 - Spring 2019


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