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Week 8 presentation

  1. 1. WEEK 8• Watanabe – Sun –God City From Induction Design• Concept Development• Physical Experiment• Software progress• Weekly Planner updateDAB510 - EMERGENCE WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548
  2. 2. • “Design of a large scale multi – residential project in China, project was about maximisingthe sunlight conditions for each apartment, focus on single condition – sunshine and onprimary shape – cube”• Architect is the conductor and the programs / systems used to generate plans are all thedifferent elements that make up the orchestra• The reason for designing with logic alone allows for a reusable architectural theory (like ascientific or mathematical theory) instead of a one off theory that is devised by the individualarchitect – this reusable architectural theory guarantees efficiency?• Have the ability to delegate much of the time consuming work to a program (faster and moreefficient)• Ability to generate ideas, forms, plans etc quickly to then refine or pick the best ones.EMERGENCE – READING 4 WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548Watanabe – Sun God City From Induction Design
  3. 3. EMERGENCE – CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548Concept Development•Looking at how to generate forms – what forces should influence?• What initial form should be influenced?
  4. 4. Aims:- Explore the relationship layers have with each other andhow they react when under some force or stress- Test the level of transparency of each layerExperiment 1 – Equipment- 2 x Half Onion- 750ml Saucepan- ~ 500ml of water- Electric cook topMethod1) Bring water to boil with half onion (full heat)2) When boiling point is reached drop to half heat3) Record results every 5 minutes for a total of 20 minutes4) 500ml of WaterExperiment 1 (build on from previous week)EMERGENCE – PYSICAL EXPERIMENTS WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548
  5. 5. Findings:- Layers started to raise and open around the core- Core not necessarily in the centre of the subject- Discolouring / transparency on the thinner outer layers- The more it was submerged or exposed to the heat stressthe more it deformed and changedExperiment 1 Findings - FormEMERGENCE – PYSICAL EXPERIMENTS WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548
  6. 6. Experiment 1 Findings – Transparency LevelsEMERGENCE – PHYSICAL EXPERIMENTS WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548Outer View Inner View
  7. 7. Experiment 1 Findings – Transparency LevelsEMERGENCE – PHYSICAL EXPERIMENTS WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548Layer 7 Layer 6 Layer 5 Layer 4Layer 3 Layer 2 Layer 1Core
  8. 8. Experiment 1 Findings – Transparency LevelsEMERGENCE – PHYSICAL EXPERIMENTS WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548Layer (outsideto inside)Opacity / TransparencyLevel (out of 100%)Thickness (percentage oftotal form)Layer 7 15% 5%Layer 6 20% 8Layer 5 40% 10Layer 4 30% 12%Layer 3 40% 14%Layer 2 65% 15%Layer 1 70% 17%Core 80% 18%Layer 7 Layer 6Layer 5Layer 4Layer 2CoreLayer 3Layer 1
  9. 9. Experiment 1 Findings – Relevance to conceptEMERGENCE – PHYSICAL EXPERIMENTS WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548Findings:-All the layers varied in thickness and subsequent transparency (wasn’t linear or as predicted)- The layers surrounding the core were thicker and smaller – protecting the core?-Networks of structural fibre became closer together as the layers became smaller-Ideas that can be used:- Levels of transparency in the layers of the building – lends itself to open, semi enclosed andenclosed areas within the building- Create the effect of a lucid structure where the form is not “concrete”
  10. 10. Aim:- Model the effects of directional forces upon a subject, the subject being 3 transparent boxes inside each other.- Have these forces deform the subject- Forces can include prominent wind directions, flow of traffic – human traffic through site etcMethod:- Using rigid and soft bodies with altered gravity forces- Particle flow as an alternativeOutcome:- In an attempt to model object moving in an direction, the direction of the gravity was altered to allow the objects to movetowards the subject however the subject needed to be constrained- Constrains were placed upon the subject however it continued to move and create different forms without the influence of theobjects.- Failed attempt at original aim however a new unexpected outcome was created – questionable as to relevance or use.- The use of constraints allow the forms to move freely within the confines and generate new forms – objects within theconstraints could be modelled as different shapes in greater numbers and could potentially generate new unexpected forms.Experiment 2EMERGENCE – DIGITAL EXPERIMENTS WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548
  11. 11. Experiment 2AEMERGENCE – DIGITAL EXPERIMENTS WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548
  12. 12. Experiment 2BEMERGENCE – DIGITAL EXPERIMENTS WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548
  13. 13. Weekly PlannerWEEK SOFTWARE PROGRESS PROJECT PROGRESS READING OTHER05LYNDA CERTIFICATE – 3DS MAXMODEL PASTA EXPERIMENT IN 3DS MAXEXPERIMENT WITH PASTA MODEL (3DSMAX) – CONCEPT WORKSITE ANALYSISMODEL SITE – REVITRAHIM – TECHNIQUESAND TECHNOLOGYPROJECT PLAN(CREATE)06CONTINUE TO WORK ON EXPERIMENTATION AND PROJECT DEVELOPMENT IN 3DS MAXDEVELOPE CONCEPT – CONDUCT EXPERIMENT RELEVANT TO CONCEPTEDNIE-BROWN – THEWILL TO ANIMATION07• BEGIN TO CODUCT EXPERIMENTSDIGITALLY WITH SITE MODEL IMPORTED INTO3DS MAX• CONDUCT 3rd PHYSICAL EXPERIMENTWATANABE – SUN –GOD CITY FROMINDUCTION DESIGN08• CONDUCT EXPERIMENTS THAT INFORM THE FORM OF THE BUILDING (BOTH PHYSICAL & DIGITALLY) –WHAT SHOULD THESE FORCES BE?DE LUCA – INNOVATIVETECHNIQUES OFGENERATING FORM09 PREPARE FOR PRESENTATIONSPILLER – TOWARDS ANANIMATEDARCHITECTUREAGAINST ARCHITURALANIMATION10 BEGIN EXPERIMENTATION WORK / CONTINUE DEVELOPMENT FOR PROJECT 3 - PROJECT 2 DUE - PRESENT11RAHIM – MIGRATINGCOASTLINES12KOLAREVIC – NON –EUCLIDEANGEOMETRIES13 PREPARE FOR PRESENTATIONALDERSEY – WILLIAMS- THE CATALYST14 - PROJECT 3 DUE - PRESENTEMERGENCE – WEEKLY PLANNER WEEK 8 JOSH KIM 8304548

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