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Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
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Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
Ctbuh 2011 presentation_vollers - morphology 10def
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  • 1. The graphic interface of the
    Cad-Tool morphology system 3.0
    for non-orthogonal buildings.
    Dr. Karel Vollers,
    S. Thorat, MSc AE
    The Netherlands
  • 2.
    • Context of websites providing building information
    • 3. Development of the Free-D website
    • 4. The CAD-tool morphology system and
    the data-base on curved façade materialising
    • Pinbed Wizard - a sustainable mould
    • 5. Near future developments
  • Context of websites providing building information
    • many such websites exist
    • 6. the major ones rapidly expand their data-bases
    • 7. many sites focus on language-based regions
    • companies only supply info on own products/projects
    • 8. websites usually either focus (high-rise, steel)
    or are generic (interiors / architecture / art)
  • 9.
    • publishers, educational institutions and designer’s
    brancheorganisations, all focus wide
  • 10.
    • a commercial site can be user-maintained –
    when generic and not promoting 1 firm / brand name
    • website owners vary: from individuals to publishers
  • Problems:
    • Tracing buildings by their shape, now is impossible.
    • 11. Info is scattered over many media:
    books, journals, websites, films (YouTube), etc.
    Books are costly – each covers only a few projects.
    • Designers and students think in pictures and want
    easy access to info on projects / materialising.
  • 12. So we designed the Free-D.nl website:
    a digital platform that informs on curved buildings
    Create a data-base on buildings, schematising by
    the CAD-tool morphology system.
    Designed to be user-maintained.
    Create a data-base on curved façade materialising.
    Abstract the details, and organise them by
    applied construction principles.
  • 13. the website
  • 14. the graphical icons
    Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 15. transformers
    the graphical interface: primitives
  • 16. transformers: field controlled volumes
    Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 17. when hoovering over icons
  • 18. selecting by icons: twisted extruders
  • 19. a project page
  • 20. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
    project info
  • 21. free shapes
  • 22. free shapes: categories
  • 23. free form buildings
  • 24. digital cities
  • 25. digital cities
    parametric buildings
  • 26. special features: Voxelated buildings
  • 27. project overview: Voxelatedbuildings
  • 28. Voxelatedbuildings: a project page
    Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 29. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 30. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 31. special features: Slicers
    Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 32. Slicers: project overview
  • 33. special features: Green façades
  • 34. Green buildings: project overview
  • 35. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
    façades: Skins
  • 36. geometries
  • 37. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
    skins: double curved facades
  • 38. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
    skins: double curved - metal
  • 39. structures
  • 40. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
    structures: project overview - Grid shells
  • 41. special features: category Media façades
  • 42. project overview: Media façades
  • 43. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
    special features: category Kinetic façades
  • 44. project overview: Kinetic facades
    Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 45. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
    example project: steel grid shell - metal façade
  • 46. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 47. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 48. link to Architecture section
    Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 49. Pinbed Wizard
    • a sustainable mould technology
  • Motivation
    Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
    • optimised building shape: sustainability improved by
    better floor / façade ratio, reduced wind drag
  • 50. Necessity
    Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
    • optimised production of panels
    • pinbed connects to present production facilities and
    technologies: minimising investments / risks
  • 51.
    • Step-by-step. First the universally applicable Pinbed,
    next the surface, specific for various materials.
  • 52.
    • the pins (actuators) are computer adjusted;
    their simultaneous moving, enables new processing
  • 53. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 54. Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 55. Near future developments
    • Educational and industrial institutions must combine
    to supervise a user maintained website facilitating
    students, designers and engineers.
    • Websites will merge; a few major ones survive.
    The owners….?
    • Digital models and (detail) drawings get standardized
    and easier to copy.
    Copyright will be hard to protect.
    Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 56. Conclusions
    • The graphic interface is an effective medium
    to retrieve data on non-orthogonal buildings
    • Websites will play a major role in education
    and engineering support
    Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 57. acknowledgements
    • Active IDs (NL)…...web design
    • 58. Studio Hooikoorts (NL)……graphic styling
    Dr. Karel Vollers CTBUH, The Netherlands
    © Free-D Geometries
  • 59. Thank you for your attention !

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