SlideShare a Scribd company logo
1 of 32
GREG LYNN
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N
M.Arch ,SEM II ,R.V.S 2014-16.
GREG LYNN
ABOUT HIM
IDEALOGY/
PHILOSOPHY
DESIGN
PROCESS
PROJECTS
CONCLUSION
MODAL
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
GREG LYNN
Greg Lynn was born in Ohio in 1964 and received his undergraduate design degree from
Miami University (Ohio) in 1986.
He completed his graduate degree in architecture from Princeton University in
1988; thereafter, he was employed with Antoine Predock Architect in 1987 and Eisenman
Architects 1987 to 1991.
In 1992 Lynn founded GregLynnFORM and currently has an office in Venice, CA and
Hoboken, NJ. Lynn is affiliated with numerous academic institutions internationally, both as
adjunct professor, visiting lecturer and critic. Lynn has exhibited his work in numerous
exhibitions and conferences.
ABOUT HIM
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
Theory CONCEPTS:
–Force
–Curvature
–Multi-type of performance envelope
–Topology
–Multiplicities
TECHNIQUES:
 Spline
 NURBS Surface
 Animation
 Metaballs
 Blebs, flowers, strands, lattices
NOTIONS
•Type and instances
•Ideal type notion
•Multi-type of performance envelope
–Size, position, rotation, direction,
speed are determined by elements of the design
–Surface results from elements
Study of ARCHITECTURE VIA COMPUTER
MODEL
•The computer mediates:
–Topology
–Time
–Parameters
IDEALOGY/PHILOSOPHY
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
Topological elements are the result of a calculation
•Topological line is a movement through control points (spline)
•Topological surface is also movement through control points (nurbs surface)
Spline and NURBS surface denote influence of
vectors
•Multiplicities
•Curvature of line or surface reflects conditions
•Relations can be studied with animation
Theory
IDEALOGY/PHILOSOPHY
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
METHOD
Analyses brief for major spaces.
•Decide on computational structure.
•Relate structure to the site.
•Determine forces on structure.
Keyframe major conditions on structure.
•Animate and study interactions.
•Freeze and develop one or more instances of the
animation
DESIGN PROCESS
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A R C H , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C B E , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
Animate Form
Animation is a term that differs from, but is often confused with, motion.
Motion implies movement and action, animation suggests animalism, animism,
evolution, growth, actuation, vitality and Virtuality
Virtuality is also a term used to describe the possession of force or power.
Two recent models for the modeling of movement in architecture; the first method
involves procession and the second involves superimposition
DESIGN PROCESS
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
sections
NURBS-surface
BLEB
MODAL
Bleb: A volume that appears from a self-intersecting
surface
Flower: The transformation of a tube
to a plane by increased flattening of
section.
sections
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
Path
curves
Profiles
MODAL
Strand: Creating spaces as bundles of lines.
Shred: Creating openings by means of
duplicate control curves.Duplicate
control lines Surface per two
control lines
Continued surface of other
control lines
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
MODAL
Lattice: Creating Space grid structure
Surface
Surface after
creation of
lattice
• Rapid prototyping and CNC milling techniques.
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
Summary: 2-3 person firm - collaborates with
other cyber architects for project delivery.
Projects reviewed:
1 ) Presbyterian
Church of New
York
2 ) H2 House for the
OMV Austrian Mineral
Oil Company
3 ) Artist Space
Exhibition Design -
1995
4) Electra 96-
Semi-Permanent
Installation
5 ) Cardiff Bay, Wales,
United Kingdom
6)Embryological
house.
PROJECTS
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
A Multi-Functional Addition
Sunnyside, Queens, New York City, New York
GregLynnFORM with M.McInturfArchitects and GarofaloArchitects
The Korean Presbyterian Church of New York in Sunnyside, Queens, is the collaborative effort
of Michael McInturf, Douglas Garofalo and Greg Lynn involving the adaptive re-use of and addition to an
existing factory building.
The design team worked in three cities; Garofalo Architects in Chicago, IL, Michael McInturf
Architects in Cincinnati, OH, and Greg Lynn FORM in Hoboken, NJ.
Through internet connection, the combined offices had a seven-person team that
exchanged CAD files, model photos and other project information throughout the typical day. By
distributing the workload variably between offices and with the combination of each office’s experience
and expertise, the three small offices were able to design a project that would have been too large and
complex for any of them to manage individually.
The existing building, originally the Knickerbocker Laundry Factory, designed by
Irving Fenichel, was built in 1932. The 88,000-sq. ft. factory building was originally constructed as a two-
floor laundry facility with 15’ clear height ceilings and a large three-story boiler room to provide power.
In 1932, it was described by the architectural and cultural critic, Lewis Mumford, as America’s best
example of “misplaced monumentality” due to its South facade.
The monumental facade of precast concrete was built to exploit the visibility from the Long Island
Railroad tracks.
PRESBRYTERIAN CHURCH of NEW YORK 1995 - 19981
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
The architectural approach to the re-use of the factory building as a church was
to retain the industrial vocabulary of the existing building and transform its interior
spaces and exterior massing into a new kind of religious building.
he addition exploits the eccentricities of the existing structure which is divided into
roughIts scale and industrial vocabulary reflect the importance and uniqueness of the church
congregation.
The form of the two areas; the first is a large shed structure with repetitive, long
span, open areas; the second structural system of steel elements to the South vary greatly in
length, depth and orientation.
The addition relates to these existing areas through two types of construction;
the first is a long span shed structure that is clad in metal and has an undulating shape
following the rail lines;
The second forms are stucco clad entry tubes which snake between existing
structural bays vertically through the building. Where the existing building presents a vertical
facade to the railway the new building sets up a much more horizontal relationship to the site
with this combination of low undulating forms.
Along with conventional architectural models and drawings, analyzing the
relationship between the existing and new building uses using “Meta-blob”
computer software derived the design of the sanctuary.
Using this process, local constraints could be adjusted while maintaining a continuous
volume.
The resulting massing that was produced was transformed as both an exterior metal
roof enclosure constructed with identical long span trusses and a more intricate interior
volume of louvered hung ceiling panels and faceted walls.
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
The roof construction combines regularization and differentiation in its building
components.
This concurrence can be seen in the organization of columns supporting the
individual trusses, which are spaced irregularly allowing the joists bracing the 135’ long, 8’
deep trusses to be of equal lengths, despite the variable slopes of the roof. Similarly, new
means of vertical circulation and lobby space were invented using a series of overlapping
linear entry spaces.
Through the selective removal of structural components, these tubular spaces
connect between existing columns and provide definition for a new circulatory system of
lobbies, stairs and corridor.
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
Multi-Functional Visitor and Demonstration Center - Schwechat, Vienna, Austria 4
H2 HOUSE for the OMV AUSTRIAN MINERAL OIL COMPANY - 19962
A multifunctional demonstration and visitor center for the display of new solar and low
energy technology for the Austrian Mineral Oil Processing Company OMV Aktiengesellschaft.
The building serves as a public relations educational facility for the public who visit the OMV
refinery in Schwechat, Austria. The interior of the building is separated into two zones by a
translucent fabric upon which computer animations, video sequences and still images are
projected.
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
The design of the building utilized state of the art computer simulation software to model
the solar vault throughout the year for the alignment and shape of all shading devices and
the photovoltaic cells.
The north facade of the building was shaped through the simulation of the
automobile movement on the highway. The motion of the cars was used to sweep a series of
surfaces that reveal the interior of the building as a sequence when viewed at speed from the
roadway. These forces were translated into the surfaces through the construction of a system
of flexible surfaces that dynamically responded to the forces exerted on the site.
The topography of both site models is built with laser cut aluminum plates, which are stacked
up to form a solid base. One shows the larger context of the site with the close storage tanks
behind the building, the access road with the line of trees and a parallel running road, which
offers access to the main parts of the refinery.
This model is built in metric scale 1:200. The second one shows the immediate
building environment and the parallel road across the little depression north of the building.
This model is built in metric scale 1:100. Both building models are fabricated with
stereolithography technology. Both the building and site models are generated from the same
3D-computer file, which was used for image rendering and line drawings.
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
ANIMATIONS - Studies of the Sun
Animated simulations were utilized to calculate the specific angles of a south wall built with
separate panels rather than as a solid, blank wall. Three representative sun-path curves for
this specific area are taken and a network of nodes, held between all three-curve radii and
the wall panel's foot points, are drawing an average. Each of the nodes is mathematically
linked to its panel; the movement of the node is translated into a rotation over time within
this spherical sun system.
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
Therefore each of the solar voltaic panels, mounted on this south wall, will be operating
optimal at a specific sun angle of the year, all panels together could be
seen as a "solar-keyboard".
A series of animations were developed to show different movement- and motion behavior
of one and the same skeleton system with altering parameter settings, different speed and
orientation of the attractor movement, and differences in basic skeleton geometry
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
Artist Space Gallery - Soho, New York City, New York
ARTIST SPACE EXHIBITION DESIGN - 19953
The exhibit consists of two kinds of materials,
the first is virtual and mobile in the form of computer
generated animations and the second is concrete and inert
in the form of both miniature models and the full scale
exhibition space itself. The installation space was a
concrete printout of the virtual exhibition, in various plastic
materials.
The virtual designs are viewed at a micro-scale
within a space that exhibits the qualities and
characteristics of the spaces presented in miniature.
There are no plans or section drawings
presented, as the topological spaces and the animation
techniques with which they were conceived is best
presented on television.
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
Rather than presenting finished models and documents the exhibition presents design
processes with five videotaped animation sequences accompanied the five groups of
miniature models.
The complex organic forms of the
projects are realized directly through 3-d plots
from computer files using various rapid
prototyping and 3-D printing techniques
including laser cut metal plates and
stereolithography. These models are extremely
small (less than 10” square) yet maintain a high
degree of detail.
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
ELECTRA 96 - SEMI-PERMANENT INSTALLATION - 19964
Henie Onstad Kunstcenter, Oslo, Norway
This installation presented micro-scale models produced using 3-d printing
technology within an environment similar to the models yet realized at full scale.
A series of five nodes were suspended in the Keyhole Gallery”
of the Oslo museum and their orbital trajectories were captured to create two
groups of composite surfaces rather than a single continuous band as in the New
York installation.
These orb like spaces were supported on post-
tensioned aluminum bars that spanned the 30-
foot opening of the “keyhole gallery”. Steel
bars fabricated into hoop profiles rested on these
aluminum trusses across which a series of
lightweight steel tie rods were welded to stabilize
the structure. The entire construction was clad in
flexible plastic and rigid lexan sheets, lending the
space a range of translucency from above.
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
The models were extremely small (less than
10” square) yet maintained a high degree of detail,
within a micron. The same design schema, or diagram,
was used for both the design of the Oslo space and the
Artists Space Gallery, an exhibition which took place one
year previously in New York City. Because the context of
the exhibition space was different, the design technique
yielded very different results.
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
CARDIFF BAY OPERA HOUSE-19945
Design Competition, Cardiff Bay, Wales, United Kingdom
The siting of the Welsh National Opera House on
the now defunct industrial waterfront of the Inner Harbor
of Cardiff Bay mandated a new concept for waterfront
urban space that would nonetheless be continuous with
the history of the site and Cardiff's waterfront.
The proposed project utilized the empty shell of
the defunct technology of the Oval Basin, not as a
monument to a bygone era but as the generator of
a new waterfront civic institution that is an
interface between land and water. The Oval Basin
becomes the chrysalis out of which the Opera
House emerges. As Cardiff's coastline is a simple
singular edge of the city, but a highly particularized
and negotiated edge that occurs at several scales
where it is the generator of urban growth and
development..
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
The sunken reservoir space with parking and a shopping concourse one half level
below the Opera House allows for a multiplication of the site surface, where the Opera
House foyers and lobbies exist at one half level above grade and parking and movement onto,
across and through the site occurs at one half level below grade. The project proposes a civic
institution that is not monolithic but is rather permeated with public space and programs at
its base. The project has not only a public space in plan surrounding the Oval Piazza, but
deploys a sectional public space. Like the graving docks that floated the volumes of the hulls
on cradle supports, the Opera
By borrowing the pattern of the graving docks and their ability to slope the land
into the sea the Opera House is connected to the water through the invention of a new
public reservoir space that flows under and through the site-Topologial
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
House programs are housed in volumes that are supported above the reservoir.
The project is structured through two systems; portalized wall fins and rib structured hulls..
These two systems are
sheathed in a lightweight tensile
membrane that provides a sheltered but
environmentally permeable space over
the buildable site area. This image of the
project; of a glowing alien presence
within the chrysalis of a dead
technological waterfront monument
would allow the project to participate in
the history of the site and the industrial
heritage of the waterfront without
nostalgia, while proposing a new civic
institution that is continuous with the
history of the site and the waterfront of
the city
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
THE EMBRYOLOGICAL HOUSE --- GREG LYNN --- BODY DIAGRAMING6
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
B O DY DA I G R A M
Interpreting the possible relationships between “a body and a building” is difficult as
even thought the interaction is intended and planed in it’s the perception and the factor of
diversity of people that causes an imbalance in this equation. Architect Greg Lynn's
Embryological House is at once made and born, a hybrid of computer simulation and genetic
mutation.
Greg Lynn’s work the – “The Embryological House” is a postmodern, organicist style
inspired by evolutionary biology and the science of turbulence and made possible by the
computer's ability to generate warped or fluid forms. The relationship between architecture
and the body is apparent at many levels in this example of his work. The Embryological House is
suppose to trace the evolution pattern of the human embryo. One of Lynn’s biggest fears was :
How do you keep a biological house from eating its occupants?
Here are a sequence of diagrams that
address Lynn’s fear of the form consuming the
occupants.
THE EMBRYOLOGICAL HOUSE
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
The Embryological House represents a new approach to fabrication and growth.
Historically, a modern house would be thought of as a kit-of-parts. Each part is distinct
and discreet, and you customize the house through the addition or subtraction of parts
from the kit.
Here are a sequence of
diagrams that studies the
stages of evolution in terms
of mutation and blurring of
boundaries
At the prototyping stage Lynn defined this project in stages and each mutation
was considered a stage in evaluation, non of the mutations were considered perfect.
The Embryological House was an attempt to participate in that economic reality,
but with a completely different implicit lifestyle and relationship to the environment. Lynn
wanted to take a more biological approach, where there would be no discreet components.
Here are a sequence of diagrams that
studies the spreading of infection
through a system
“Blurring of boundaries”
The concept was that system had the same morphospace–the same form-space–so that a
change in any component would inflect every other component within the system.
THE EMBRYOLOGICAL HOUSE
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
THE EMBRYOLOGICAL HOUSE
“POSSIBLE MUTATION PATTERNS AS NON WAS CONSIDERED IDEAL”
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
THE EMBRYOLOGICAL HOUSE
“The Embryologic Houses can be described as a strategy for the invention of domestic
space that engages contemporary issues of brand identity and variation, customisation
and continuity, flexible manufacturing and assembly and, most importantly, an
unapologetic investment in the contemporary beauty and voluptuous aesthetics of
undulating surfaces rendered vividly in iridescent and opalescent colours.”
- Lynn
“The Embryologic Houses employ a rigorous system of geometrical limits that liberate
models of endless variations.”
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
Architectural Practice - Information Technology For contemporary process For Project
Delivery Methodology
Protagonist: Greg Lynn
Objectives: Use of IT to empower the architectural practice - Firm size fiduciary agent-
professionalism - role of project managers
Decisions: How to apply IT to fit value systems and professional objectives. Research
and aesthetics. Firm size.
Time period: 1992-2000
Main Issues:
1 ) Small firm – principal practices and teaches.
2 ) Collaborates with other small progressive digital architects through internet
3 ) Cyberspace practice - computer is inherent in all phases of practice and forms the
designers pedagogy and practice methodology.
4 ) The computer is utilized as both form generator of the idea and facilitator for
manufacturing of the physical artifact at the micro and macro scale.
C O N C L U S I O N
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
INNOVATIONS:
1 ) Uses computer as form generator – problem solver – energy, etc.
2 ) Digital team design.
3 ) Experimental use of technology and software.
4 ) CADCAM interfaced – links design and manufacturing.
5 ) Designs in digital environment – high tech media presentations.
6 ) Successful use of technology to meet tight budget and time for museum
exhibition.
7 ) Direct link of creative genesis of idea to digital environment - manufacturing and
construction.
8 ) Computing is inherent in the rationalization of project design forces.
9 ) Computing is an inherent component of the interplay of geometric form and spatial
discovery in the design process.
C O N C L U S I O N
K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
HOME

More Related Content

What's hot (20)

Post Modern Architecture
Post Modern ArchitecturePost Modern Architecture
Post Modern Architecture
 
Deconstructivism
DeconstructivismDeconstructivism
Deconstructivism
 
Planning of chandigarh by le corbusier
Planning of chandigarh by le corbusierPlanning of chandigarh by le corbusier
Planning of chandigarh by le corbusier
 
Achyut Kanvinde
Achyut KanvindeAchyut Kanvinde
Achyut Kanvinde
 
Theory Of Urban Design - Mental Map ,Serial Vision
Theory Of Urban Design - Mental Map ,Serial VisionTheory Of Urban Design - Mental Map ,Serial Vision
Theory Of Urban Design - Mental Map ,Serial Vision
 
Image of the city
Image of the cityImage of the city
Image of the city
 
Auroville Architecture
Auroville ArchitectureAuroville Architecture
Auroville Architecture
 
Marcos novak idea,philosophy and works
Marcos novak idea,philosophy and worksMarcos novak idea,philosophy and works
Marcos novak idea,philosophy and works
 
Legislative assembly
Legislative assemblyLegislative assembly
Legislative assembly
 
CASE STUDY-LANDSCAPE
CASE STUDY-LANDSCAPECASE STUDY-LANDSCAPE
CASE STUDY-LANDSCAPE
 
university campus design
university campus design university campus design
university campus design
 
Charles correa
Charles correaCharles correa
Charles correa
 
Raj rewal
Raj rewal Raj rewal
Raj rewal
 
kevin lynch theory five elements - urban design
kevin lynch theory five elements - urban designkevin lynch theory five elements - urban design
kevin lynch theory five elements - urban design
 
Raj Rewal
Raj RewalRaj Rewal
Raj Rewal
 
Cept Case study
Cept Case studyCept Case study
Cept Case study
 
Architecture Thesis Topics List
Architecture Thesis Topics ListArchitecture Thesis Topics List
Architecture Thesis Topics List
 
150316 case studies
150316 case studies150316 case studies
150316 case studies
 
architectural design theory
architectural design theoryarchitectural design theory
architectural design theory
 
urban design
urban design urban design
urban design
 

Viewers also liked

Viewers also liked (20)

Animateform
Animateform Animateform
Animateform
 
Greg lynn_ARK OF THE WORLD VISITORS CENTER
Greg lynn_ARK OF THE WORLD VISITORS CENTERGreg lynn_ARK OF THE WORLD VISITORS CENTER
Greg lynn_ARK OF THE WORLD VISITORS CENTER
 
Ergonomical illumination in real world
Ergonomical illumination in real worldErgonomical illumination in real world
Ergonomical illumination in real world
 
Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd WrightFrank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright
 
Bernard tschumi
Bernard tschumiBernard tschumi
Bernard tschumi
 
PROCEDURE FOR MAINTENANCE OF SEWAGE SYSTEM
PROCEDURE FOR MAINTENANCE OF SEWAGE SYSTEMPROCEDURE FOR MAINTENANCE OF SEWAGE SYSTEM
PROCEDURE FOR MAINTENANCE OF SEWAGE SYSTEM
 
Greg Lynn - 5900 Wilshire Restaurant Pavilion
Greg Lynn - 5900 Wilshire Restaurant PavilionGreg Lynn - 5900 Wilshire Restaurant Pavilion
Greg Lynn - 5900 Wilshire Restaurant Pavilion
 
Greg lynn
Greg lynnGreg lynn
Greg lynn
 
CURRICULUM VITAE- Dagny Stuedahl-October 2015
CURRICULUM VITAE- Dagny Stuedahl-October 2015CURRICULUM VITAE- Dagny Stuedahl-October 2015
CURRICULUM VITAE- Dagny Stuedahl-October 2015
 
Light Increases Clarity
Light Increases ClarityLight Increases Clarity
Light Increases Clarity
 
Lighting Safety Considerations
Lighting Safety ConsiderationsLighting Safety Considerations
Lighting Safety Considerations
 
Hs ii lecture 12 wbg
Hs ii lecture 12 wbgHs ii lecture 12 wbg
Hs ii lecture 12 wbg
 
Industrial lighting
Industrial lightingIndustrial lighting
Industrial lighting
 
Frank lloyd wright By Brian
Frank lloyd wright By BrianFrank lloyd wright By Brian
Frank lloyd wright By Brian
 
Bernard tschumi
Bernard tschumiBernard tschumi
Bernard tschumi
 
Illumination project
Illumination projectIllumination project
Illumination project
 
The Unique Lighting of Mirror's Edge
The Unique Lighting of Mirror's EdgeThe Unique Lighting of Mirror's Edge
The Unique Lighting of Mirror's Edge
 
Illumination
IlluminationIllumination
Illumination
 
Frank lloyd wright 303
Frank lloyd wright 303Frank lloyd wright 303
Frank lloyd wright 303
 
Frank lloyd wright
Frank lloyd wrightFrank lloyd wright
Frank lloyd wright
 

Similar to Greg lynn contemporary process -II M.Arch

Trey V Meyer - Portfolio
Trey V Meyer - PortfolioTrey V Meyer - Portfolio
Trey V Meyer - Portfoliotreymeyer
 
Theory of design- unit 5 Contemporary design thinking process b.arch regulat...
 Theory of design- unit 5 Contemporary design thinking process b.arch regulat... Theory of design- unit 5 Contemporary design thinking process b.arch regulat...
Theory of design- unit 5 Contemporary design thinking process b.arch regulat...Kethees Waran
 
SciARC Works
SciARC WorksSciARC Works
SciARC Workssuky ho
 
STACK_AnneE_Portfolio2015
STACK_AnneE_Portfolio2015STACK_AnneE_Portfolio2015
STACK_AnneE_Portfolio2015anne stack
 
FINALREPORT OF TOD .pptx
FINALREPORT OF TOD .pptxFINALREPORT OF TOD .pptx
FINALREPORT OF TOD .pptxtanish29092003
 
WONG_ASHLEY-PORTFOLIO
WONG_ASHLEY-PORTFOLIOWONG_ASHLEY-PORTFOLIO
WONG_ASHLEY-PORTFOLIOAshley Wong
 
544516194-Theory-of-Architecture-Module-IV-Calicut-Univ.pptx
544516194-Theory-of-Architecture-Module-IV-Calicut-Univ.pptx544516194-Theory-of-Architecture-Module-IV-Calicut-Univ.pptx
544516194-Theory-of-Architecture-Module-IV-Calicut-Univ.pptxKRUTIDESAI17
 
Francisco Lizcano – Portfolio
Francisco Lizcano – PortfolioFrancisco Lizcano – Portfolio
Francisco Lizcano – PortfolioFrancisco Lizcano
 
Enriquez adriana portfolio binder
Enriquez adriana portfolio binderEnriquez adriana portfolio binder
Enriquez adriana portfolio binderAdriana Enriquez
 
Architecture@future 09.01.12
Architecture@future 09.01.12Architecture@future 09.01.12
Architecture@future 09.01.12Kumar Snehansu
 

Similar to Greg lynn contemporary process -II M.Arch (20)

Trey V Meyer - Portfolio
Trey V Meyer - PortfolioTrey V Meyer - Portfolio
Trey V Meyer - Portfolio
 
Theory of design- unit 5 Contemporary design thinking process b.arch regulat...
 Theory of design- unit 5 Contemporary design thinking process b.arch regulat... Theory of design- unit 5 Contemporary design thinking process b.arch regulat...
Theory of design- unit 5 Contemporary design thinking process b.arch regulat...
 
SciARC Works
SciARC WorksSciARC Works
SciARC Works
 
Porfolio
PorfolioPorfolio
Porfolio
 
5699dOp
5699dOp5699dOp
5699dOp
 
STACK_AnneE_Portfolio2015
STACK_AnneE_Portfolio2015STACK_AnneE_Portfolio2015
STACK_AnneE_Portfolio2015
 
Portfolio
PortfolioPortfolio
Portfolio
 
FINALREPORT OF TOD .pptx
FINALREPORT OF TOD .pptxFINALREPORT OF TOD .pptx
FINALREPORT OF TOD .pptx
 
WONG_ASHLEY-PORTFOLIO
WONG_ASHLEY-PORTFOLIOWONG_ASHLEY-PORTFOLIO
WONG_ASHLEY-PORTFOLIO
 
Anna Boldina
Anna  BoldinaAnna  Boldina
Anna Boldina
 
ToD1.pptx
ToD1.pptxToD1.pptx
ToD1.pptx
 
Selected works
Selected worksSelected works
Selected works
 
544516194-Theory-of-Architecture-Module-IV-Calicut-Univ.pptx
544516194-Theory-of-Architecture-Module-IV-Calicut-Univ.pptx544516194-Theory-of-Architecture-Module-IV-Calicut-Univ.pptx
544516194-Theory-of-Architecture-Module-IV-Calicut-Univ.pptx
 
SELECTED WORK SPREADS
SELECTED WORK SPREADSSELECTED WORK SPREADS
SELECTED WORK SPREADS
 
Francisco Lizcano – Portfolio
Francisco Lizcano – PortfolioFrancisco Lizcano – Portfolio
Francisco Lizcano – Portfolio
 
Osama abd elmohsen
Osama abd elmohsenOsama abd elmohsen
Osama abd elmohsen
 
Enriquez adriana portfolio binder
Enriquez adriana portfolio binderEnriquez adriana portfolio binder
Enriquez adriana portfolio binder
 
Architecture@future 09.01.12
Architecture@future 09.01.12Architecture@future 09.01.12
Architecture@future 09.01.12
 
CPAD UNIT 2.ppsx
CPAD UNIT 2.ppsxCPAD UNIT 2.ppsx
CPAD UNIT 2.ppsx
 
CPAD UNIT 2.ppsx
CPAD UNIT 2.ppsxCPAD UNIT 2.ppsx
CPAD UNIT 2.ppsx
 

More from Kethees Waran

The social life of small urban spaces Ar.ketheeswaran
The social life of small urban spaces  Ar.ketheeswaranThe social life of small urban spaces  Ar.ketheeswaran
The social life of small urban spaces Ar.ketheeswaranKethees Waran
 
building services -Lift's and escalators
building services -Lift's and escalatorsbuilding services -Lift's and escalators
building services -Lift's and escalatorsKethees Waran
 
Unit 5 SEZ -Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regul...
Unit 5 SEZ -Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regul...Unit 5 SEZ -Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regul...
Unit 5 SEZ -Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regul...Kethees Waran
 
Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regulation unit 5...
Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regulation unit 5...Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regulation unit 5...
Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regulation unit 5...Kethees Waran
 
Analysing arch glossary
Analysing arch glossaryAnalysing arch glossary
Analysing arch glossaryKethees Waran
 
BUILDING SERVICES-II (ELECTRICAL)
BUILDING SERVICES-II (ELECTRICAL)BUILDING SERVICES-II (ELECTRICAL)
BUILDING SERVICES-II (ELECTRICAL)Kethees Waran
 
building services- II Lighting
building services- II Lightingbuilding services- II Lighting
building services- II LightingKethees Waran
 
Seven types of research methology by linda grout & david wang
Seven types of research methology by linda grout & david wangSeven types of research methology by linda grout & david wang
Seven types of research methology by linda grout & david wangKethees Waran
 
USE OF VORONOI DIAGRAM IN AN ARCHITECTURE DESIGN OPTIMIZATION
USE OF VORONOI DIAGRAM IN AN ARCHITECTURE DESIGN OPTIMIZATIONUSE OF VORONOI DIAGRAM IN AN ARCHITECTURE DESIGN OPTIMIZATION
USE OF VORONOI DIAGRAM IN AN ARCHITECTURE DESIGN OPTIMIZATIONKethees Waran
 
Arch .charecter Theory of arch-II
Arch .charecter Theory of arch-IIArch .charecter Theory of arch-II
Arch .charecter Theory of arch-IIKethees Waran
 
ARCHITECTURAL STYLE-THEORY OF ARCH -II
ARCHITECTURAL STYLE-THEORY OF ARCH -IIARCHITECTURAL STYLE-THEORY OF ARCH -II
ARCHITECTURAL STYLE-THEORY OF ARCH -IIKethees Waran
 
Elements of space making
Elements of space makingElements of space making
Elements of space makingKethees Waran
 
H.V.A.C building service in b.arch ciriculam
H.V.A.C building service in  b.arch ciriculamH.V.A.C building service in  b.arch ciriculam
H.V.A.C building service in b.arch ciriculamKethees Waran
 

More from Kethees Waran (19)

Big good
Big goodBig good
Big good
 
The social life of small urban spaces Ar.ketheeswaran
The social life of small urban spaces  Ar.ketheeswaranThe social life of small urban spaces  Ar.ketheeswaran
The social life of small urban spaces Ar.ketheeswaran
 
building services -Lift's and escalators
building services -Lift's and escalatorsbuilding services -Lift's and escalators
building services -Lift's and escalators
 
Unit 5 SEZ -Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regul...
Unit 5 SEZ -Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regul...Unit 5 SEZ -Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regul...
Unit 5 SEZ -Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regul...
 
Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regulation unit 5...
Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regulation unit 5...Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regulation unit 5...
Human settlement and planning 9th sem B.Arch 2013 anna univ regulation unit 5...
 
Analysing arch glossary
Analysing arch glossaryAnalysing arch glossary
Analysing arch glossary
 
Lars Spuybroek-NoX
Lars Spuybroek-NoXLars Spuybroek-NoX
Lars Spuybroek-NoX
 
REISER + UMEMOTO
REISER + UMEMOTOREISER + UMEMOTO
REISER + UMEMOTO
 
BUILDING SERVICES-II (ELECTRICAL)
BUILDING SERVICES-II (ELECTRICAL)BUILDING SERVICES-II (ELECTRICAL)
BUILDING SERVICES-II (ELECTRICAL)
 
building services- II Lighting
building services- II Lightingbuilding services- II Lighting
building services- II Lighting
 
Pattern language
Pattern language Pattern language
Pattern language
 
Seven types of research methology by linda grout & david wang
Seven types of research methology by linda grout & david wangSeven types of research methology by linda grout & david wang
Seven types of research methology by linda grout & david wang
 
THEORY OF DESIGN
THEORY OF DESIGN THEORY OF DESIGN
THEORY OF DESIGN
 
USE OF VORONOI DIAGRAM IN AN ARCHITECTURE DESIGN OPTIMIZATION
USE OF VORONOI DIAGRAM IN AN ARCHITECTURE DESIGN OPTIMIZATIONUSE OF VORONOI DIAGRAM IN AN ARCHITECTURE DESIGN OPTIMIZATION
USE OF VORONOI DIAGRAM IN AN ARCHITECTURE DESIGN OPTIMIZATION
 
Arch .charecter Theory of arch-II
Arch .charecter Theory of arch-IIArch .charecter Theory of arch-II
Arch .charecter Theory of arch-II
 
ARCHITECTURAL STYLE-THEORY OF ARCH -II
ARCHITECTURAL STYLE-THEORY OF ARCH -IIARCHITECTURAL STYLE-THEORY OF ARCH -II
ARCHITECTURAL STYLE-THEORY OF ARCH -II
 
Elements of space making
Elements of space makingElements of space making
Elements of space making
 
services for fire
services for fireservices for fire
services for fire
 
H.V.A.C building service in b.arch ciriculam
H.V.A.C building service in  b.arch ciriculamH.V.A.C building service in  b.arch ciriculam
H.V.A.C building service in b.arch ciriculam
 

Recently uploaded

Karim apartment ideas 02 ppppppppppppppp
Karim apartment ideas 02 pppppppppppppppKarim apartment ideas 02 ppppppppppppppp
Karim apartment ideas 02 pppppppppppppppNadaMohammed714321
 
Unit1_Syllbwbnwnwneneneneneneentation_Sem2.pptx
Unit1_Syllbwbnwnwneneneneneneentation_Sem2.pptxUnit1_Syllbwbnwnwneneneneneneentation_Sem2.pptx
Unit1_Syllbwbnwnwneneneneneneentation_Sem2.pptxNitish292041
 
办理卡尔顿大学毕业证成绩单|购买加拿大文凭证书
办理卡尔顿大学毕业证成绩单|购买加拿大文凭证书办理卡尔顿大学毕业证成绩单|购买加拿大文凭证书
办理卡尔顿大学毕业证成绩单|购买加拿大文凭证书zdzoqco
 
Design principles on typography in design
Design principles on typography in designDesign principles on typography in design
Design principles on typography in designnooreen17
 
AI and Design Vol. 2: Navigating the New Frontier - Morgenbooster
AI and Design Vol. 2: Navigating the New Frontier - MorgenboosterAI and Design Vol. 2: Navigating the New Frontier - Morgenbooster
AI and Design Vol. 2: Navigating the New Frontier - Morgenbooster1508 A/S
 
10 must-have Chrome extensions for designers
10 must-have Chrome extensions for designers10 must-have Chrome extensions for designers
10 must-have Chrome extensions for designersPixeldarts
 
DAKSHIN BIHAR GRAMIN BANK: REDEFINING THE DIGITAL BANKING EXPERIENCE WITH A U...
DAKSHIN BIHAR GRAMIN BANK: REDEFINING THE DIGITAL BANKING EXPERIENCE WITH A U...DAKSHIN BIHAR GRAMIN BANK: REDEFINING THE DIGITAL BANKING EXPERIENCE WITH A U...
DAKSHIN BIHAR GRAMIN BANK: REDEFINING THE DIGITAL BANKING EXPERIENCE WITH A U...Rishabh Aryan
 
Iconic Global Solution - web design, Digital Marketing services
Iconic Global Solution - web design, Digital Marketing servicesIconic Global Solution - web design, Digital Marketing services
Iconic Global Solution - web design, Digital Marketing servicesIconic global solution
 
CREATING A POSITIVE SCHOOL CULTURE CHAPTER 10
CREATING A POSITIVE SCHOOL CULTURE CHAPTER 10CREATING A POSITIVE SCHOOL CULTURE CHAPTER 10
CREATING A POSITIVE SCHOOL CULTURE CHAPTER 10uasjlagroup
 
1比1办理美国北卡罗莱纳州立大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改
1比1办理美国北卡罗莱纳州立大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改1比1办理美国北卡罗莱纳州立大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改
1比1办理美国北卡罗莱纳州立大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改yuu sss
 
Karim apartment ideas 01 ppppppppppppppp
Karim apartment ideas 01 pppppppppppppppKarim apartment ideas 01 ppppppppppppppp
Karim apartment ideas 01 pppppppppppppppNadaMohammed714321
 
guest bathroom white and blue ssssssssss
guest bathroom white and blue ssssssssssguest bathroom white and blue ssssssssss
guest bathroom white and blue ssssssssssNadaMohammed714321
 
专业一比一美国亚利桑那大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改#真实工艺展示#真实防伪#diploma#degree
专业一比一美国亚利桑那大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改#真实工艺展示#真实防伪#diploma#degree专业一比一美国亚利桑那大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改#真实工艺展示#真实防伪#diploma#degree
专业一比一美国亚利桑那大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改#真实工艺展示#真实防伪#diploma#degreeyuu sss
 
'CASE STUDY OF INDIRA PARYAVARAN BHAVAN DELHI ,
'CASE STUDY OF INDIRA PARYAVARAN BHAVAN DELHI ,'CASE STUDY OF INDIRA PARYAVARAN BHAVAN DELHI ,
'CASE STUDY OF INDIRA PARYAVARAN BHAVAN DELHI ,Aginakm1
 
Giulio Michelon, Founder di @Belka – “Oltre le Stime: Sviluppare una Mentalit...
Giulio Michelon, Founder di @Belka – “Oltre le Stime: Sviluppare una Mentalit...Giulio Michelon, Founder di @Belka – “Oltre le Stime: Sviluppare una Mentalit...
Giulio Michelon, Founder di @Belka – “Oltre le Stime: Sviluppare una Mentalit...Associazione Digital Days
 
Top 10 Modern Web Design Trends for 2025
Top 10 Modern Web Design Trends for 2025Top 10 Modern Web Design Trends for 2025
Top 10 Modern Web Design Trends for 2025Rndexperts
 
MT. Marseille an Archipelago. Strategies for Integrating Residential Communit...
MT. Marseille an Archipelago. Strategies for Integrating Residential Communit...MT. Marseille an Archipelago. Strategies for Integrating Residential Communit...
MT. Marseille an Archipelago. Strategies for Integrating Residential Communit...katerynaivanenko1
 
FiveHypotheses_UIDMasterclass_18April2024.pdf
FiveHypotheses_UIDMasterclass_18April2024.pdfFiveHypotheses_UIDMasterclass_18April2024.pdf
FiveHypotheses_UIDMasterclass_18April2024.pdfShivakumar Viswanathan
 
Color Theory Explained for Noobs- Think360 Studio
Color Theory Explained for Noobs- Think360 StudioColor Theory Explained for Noobs- Think360 Studio
Color Theory Explained for Noobs- Think360 StudioThink360 Studio
 
How to Empower the future of UX Design with Gen AI
How to Empower the future of UX Design with Gen AIHow to Empower the future of UX Design with Gen AI
How to Empower the future of UX Design with Gen AIyuj
 

Recently uploaded (20)

Karim apartment ideas 02 ppppppppppppppp
Karim apartment ideas 02 pppppppppppppppKarim apartment ideas 02 ppppppppppppppp
Karim apartment ideas 02 ppppppppppppppp
 
Unit1_Syllbwbnwnwneneneneneneentation_Sem2.pptx
Unit1_Syllbwbnwnwneneneneneneentation_Sem2.pptxUnit1_Syllbwbnwnwneneneneneneentation_Sem2.pptx
Unit1_Syllbwbnwnwneneneneneneentation_Sem2.pptx
 
办理卡尔顿大学毕业证成绩单|购买加拿大文凭证书
办理卡尔顿大学毕业证成绩单|购买加拿大文凭证书办理卡尔顿大学毕业证成绩单|购买加拿大文凭证书
办理卡尔顿大学毕业证成绩单|购买加拿大文凭证书
 
Design principles on typography in design
Design principles on typography in designDesign principles on typography in design
Design principles on typography in design
 
AI and Design Vol. 2: Navigating the New Frontier - Morgenbooster
AI and Design Vol. 2: Navigating the New Frontier - MorgenboosterAI and Design Vol. 2: Navigating the New Frontier - Morgenbooster
AI and Design Vol. 2: Navigating the New Frontier - Morgenbooster
 
10 must-have Chrome extensions for designers
10 must-have Chrome extensions for designers10 must-have Chrome extensions for designers
10 must-have Chrome extensions for designers
 
DAKSHIN BIHAR GRAMIN BANK: REDEFINING THE DIGITAL BANKING EXPERIENCE WITH A U...
DAKSHIN BIHAR GRAMIN BANK: REDEFINING THE DIGITAL BANKING EXPERIENCE WITH A U...DAKSHIN BIHAR GRAMIN BANK: REDEFINING THE DIGITAL BANKING EXPERIENCE WITH A U...
DAKSHIN BIHAR GRAMIN BANK: REDEFINING THE DIGITAL BANKING EXPERIENCE WITH A U...
 
Iconic Global Solution - web design, Digital Marketing services
Iconic Global Solution - web design, Digital Marketing servicesIconic Global Solution - web design, Digital Marketing services
Iconic Global Solution - web design, Digital Marketing services
 
CREATING A POSITIVE SCHOOL CULTURE CHAPTER 10
CREATING A POSITIVE SCHOOL CULTURE CHAPTER 10CREATING A POSITIVE SCHOOL CULTURE CHAPTER 10
CREATING A POSITIVE SCHOOL CULTURE CHAPTER 10
 
1比1办理美国北卡罗莱纳州立大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改
1比1办理美国北卡罗莱纳州立大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改1比1办理美国北卡罗莱纳州立大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改
1比1办理美国北卡罗莱纳州立大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改
 
Karim apartment ideas 01 ppppppppppppppp
Karim apartment ideas 01 pppppppppppppppKarim apartment ideas 01 ppppppppppppppp
Karim apartment ideas 01 ppppppppppppppp
 
guest bathroom white and blue ssssssssss
guest bathroom white and blue ssssssssssguest bathroom white and blue ssssssssss
guest bathroom white and blue ssssssssss
 
专业一比一美国亚利桑那大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改#真实工艺展示#真实防伪#diploma#degree
专业一比一美国亚利桑那大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改#真实工艺展示#真实防伪#diploma#degree专业一比一美国亚利桑那大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改#真实工艺展示#真实防伪#diploma#degree
专业一比一美国亚利桑那大学毕业证成绩单pdf电子版制作修改#真实工艺展示#真实防伪#diploma#degree
 
'CASE STUDY OF INDIRA PARYAVARAN BHAVAN DELHI ,
'CASE STUDY OF INDIRA PARYAVARAN BHAVAN DELHI ,'CASE STUDY OF INDIRA PARYAVARAN BHAVAN DELHI ,
'CASE STUDY OF INDIRA PARYAVARAN BHAVAN DELHI ,
 
Giulio Michelon, Founder di @Belka – “Oltre le Stime: Sviluppare una Mentalit...
Giulio Michelon, Founder di @Belka – “Oltre le Stime: Sviluppare una Mentalit...Giulio Michelon, Founder di @Belka – “Oltre le Stime: Sviluppare una Mentalit...
Giulio Michelon, Founder di @Belka – “Oltre le Stime: Sviluppare una Mentalit...
 
Top 10 Modern Web Design Trends for 2025
Top 10 Modern Web Design Trends for 2025Top 10 Modern Web Design Trends for 2025
Top 10 Modern Web Design Trends for 2025
 
MT. Marseille an Archipelago. Strategies for Integrating Residential Communit...
MT. Marseille an Archipelago. Strategies for Integrating Residential Communit...MT. Marseille an Archipelago. Strategies for Integrating Residential Communit...
MT. Marseille an Archipelago. Strategies for Integrating Residential Communit...
 
FiveHypotheses_UIDMasterclass_18April2024.pdf
FiveHypotheses_UIDMasterclass_18April2024.pdfFiveHypotheses_UIDMasterclass_18April2024.pdf
FiveHypotheses_UIDMasterclass_18April2024.pdf
 
Color Theory Explained for Noobs- Think360 Studio
Color Theory Explained for Noobs- Think360 StudioColor Theory Explained for Noobs- Think360 Studio
Color Theory Explained for Noobs- Think360 Studio
 
How to Empower the future of UX Design with Gen AI
How to Empower the future of UX Design with Gen AIHow to Empower the future of UX Design with Gen AI
How to Empower the future of UX Design with Gen AI
 

Greg lynn contemporary process -II M.Arch

  • 1. GREG LYNN K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M.Arch ,SEM II ,R.V.S 2014-16.
  • 2. GREG LYNN ABOUT HIM IDEALOGY/ PHILOSOPHY DESIGN PROCESS PROJECTS CONCLUSION MODAL K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 3. GREG LYNN Greg Lynn was born in Ohio in 1964 and received his undergraduate design degree from Miami University (Ohio) in 1986. He completed his graduate degree in architecture from Princeton University in 1988; thereafter, he was employed with Antoine Predock Architect in 1987 and Eisenman Architects 1987 to 1991. In 1992 Lynn founded GregLynnFORM and currently has an office in Venice, CA and Hoboken, NJ. Lynn is affiliated with numerous academic institutions internationally, both as adjunct professor, visiting lecturer and critic. Lynn has exhibited his work in numerous exhibitions and conferences. ABOUT HIM K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 4. Theory CONCEPTS: –Force –Curvature –Multi-type of performance envelope –Topology –Multiplicities TECHNIQUES:  Spline  NURBS Surface  Animation  Metaballs  Blebs, flowers, strands, lattices NOTIONS •Type and instances •Ideal type notion •Multi-type of performance envelope –Size, position, rotation, direction, speed are determined by elements of the design –Surface results from elements Study of ARCHITECTURE VIA COMPUTER MODEL •The computer mediates: –Topology –Time –Parameters IDEALOGY/PHILOSOPHY K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 5. Topological elements are the result of a calculation •Topological line is a movement through control points (spline) •Topological surface is also movement through control points (nurbs surface) Spline and NURBS surface denote influence of vectors •Multiplicities •Curvature of line or surface reflects conditions •Relations can be studied with animation Theory IDEALOGY/PHILOSOPHY K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 6. METHOD Analyses brief for major spaces. •Decide on computational structure. •Relate structure to the site. •Determine forces on structure. Keyframe major conditions on structure. •Animate and study interactions. •Freeze and develop one or more instances of the animation DESIGN PROCESS K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A R C H , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C B E , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 7. Animate Form Animation is a term that differs from, but is often confused with, motion. Motion implies movement and action, animation suggests animalism, animism, evolution, growth, actuation, vitality and Virtuality Virtuality is also a term used to describe the possession of force or power. Two recent models for the modeling of movement in architecture; the first method involves procession and the second involves superimposition DESIGN PROCESS K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 8. sections NURBS-surface BLEB MODAL Bleb: A volume that appears from a self-intersecting surface Flower: The transformation of a tube to a plane by increased flattening of section. sections K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 9. Path curves Profiles MODAL Strand: Creating spaces as bundles of lines. Shred: Creating openings by means of duplicate control curves.Duplicate control lines Surface per two control lines Continued surface of other control lines K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 10. MODAL Lattice: Creating Space grid structure Surface Surface after creation of lattice • Rapid prototyping and CNC milling techniques. K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 11. Summary: 2-3 person firm - collaborates with other cyber architects for project delivery. Projects reviewed: 1 ) Presbyterian Church of New York 2 ) H2 House for the OMV Austrian Mineral Oil Company 3 ) Artist Space Exhibition Design - 1995 4) Electra 96- Semi-Permanent Installation 5 ) Cardiff Bay, Wales, United Kingdom 6)Embryological house. PROJECTS K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 12. A Multi-Functional Addition Sunnyside, Queens, New York City, New York GregLynnFORM with M.McInturfArchitects and GarofaloArchitects The Korean Presbyterian Church of New York in Sunnyside, Queens, is the collaborative effort of Michael McInturf, Douglas Garofalo and Greg Lynn involving the adaptive re-use of and addition to an existing factory building. The design team worked in three cities; Garofalo Architects in Chicago, IL, Michael McInturf Architects in Cincinnati, OH, and Greg Lynn FORM in Hoboken, NJ. Through internet connection, the combined offices had a seven-person team that exchanged CAD files, model photos and other project information throughout the typical day. By distributing the workload variably between offices and with the combination of each office’s experience and expertise, the three small offices were able to design a project that would have been too large and complex for any of them to manage individually. The existing building, originally the Knickerbocker Laundry Factory, designed by Irving Fenichel, was built in 1932. The 88,000-sq. ft. factory building was originally constructed as a two- floor laundry facility with 15’ clear height ceilings and a large three-story boiler room to provide power. In 1932, it was described by the architectural and cultural critic, Lewis Mumford, as America’s best example of “misplaced monumentality” due to its South facade. The monumental facade of precast concrete was built to exploit the visibility from the Long Island Railroad tracks. PRESBRYTERIAN CHURCH of NEW YORK 1995 - 19981 K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 13. The architectural approach to the re-use of the factory building as a church was to retain the industrial vocabulary of the existing building and transform its interior spaces and exterior massing into a new kind of religious building. he addition exploits the eccentricities of the existing structure which is divided into roughIts scale and industrial vocabulary reflect the importance and uniqueness of the church congregation. The form of the two areas; the first is a large shed structure with repetitive, long span, open areas; the second structural system of steel elements to the South vary greatly in length, depth and orientation. The addition relates to these existing areas through two types of construction; the first is a long span shed structure that is clad in metal and has an undulating shape following the rail lines; The second forms are stucco clad entry tubes which snake between existing structural bays vertically through the building. Where the existing building presents a vertical facade to the railway the new building sets up a much more horizontal relationship to the site with this combination of low undulating forms. Along with conventional architectural models and drawings, analyzing the relationship between the existing and new building uses using “Meta-blob” computer software derived the design of the sanctuary. Using this process, local constraints could be adjusted while maintaining a continuous volume. The resulting massing that was produced was transformed as both an exterior metal roof enclosure constructed with identical long span trusses and a more intricate interior volume of louvered hung ceiling panels and faceted walls. K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 14. The roof construction combines regularization and differentiation in its building components. This concurrence can be seen in the organization of columns supporting the individual trusses, which are spaced irregularly allowing the joists bracing the 135’ long, 8’ deep trusses to be of equal lengths, despite the variable slopes of the roof. Similarly, new means of vertical circulation and lobby space were invented using a series of overlapping linear entry spaces. Through the selective removal of structural components, these tubular spaces connect between existing columns and provide definition for a new circulatory system of lobbies, stairs and corridor. K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 15. Multi-Functional Visitor and Demonstration Center - Schwechat, Vienna, Austria 4 H2 HOUSE for the OMV AUSTRIAN MINERAL OIL COMPANY - 19962 A multifunctional demonstration and visitor center for the display of new solar and low energy technology for the Austrian Mineral Oil Processing Company OMV Aktiengesellschaft. The building serves as a public relations educational facility for the public who visit the OMV refinery in Schwechat, Austria. The interior of the building is separated into two zones by a translucent fabric upon which computer animations, video sequences and still images are projected. K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 16. The design of the building utilized state of the art computer simulation software to model the solar vault throughout the year for the alignment and shape of all shading devices and the photovoltaic cells. The north facade of the building was shaped through the simulation of the automobile movement on the highway. The motion of the cars was used to sweep a series of surfaces that reveal the interior of the building as a sequence when viewed at speed from the roadway. These forces were translated into the surfaces through the construction of a system of flexible surfaces that dynamically responded to the forces exerted on the site. The topography of both site models is built with laser cut aluminum plates, which are stacked up to form a solid base. One shows the larger context of the site with the close storage tanks behind the building, the access road with the line of trees and a parallel running road, which offers access to the main parts of the refinery. This model is built in metric scale 1:200. The second one shows the immediate building environment and the parallel road across the little depression north of the building. This model is built in metric scale 1:100. Both building models are fabricated with stereolithography technology. Both the building and site models are generated from the same 3D-computer file, which was used for image rendering and line drawings. K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 17. ANIMATIONS - Studies of the Sun Animated simulations were utilized to calculate the specific angles of a south wall built with separate panels rather than as a solid, blank wall. Three representative sun-path curves for this specific area are taken and a network of nodes, held between all three-curve radii and the wall panel's foot points, are drawing an average. Each of the nodes is mathematically linked to its panel; the movement of the node is translated into a rotation over time within this spherical sun system. K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 18. Therefore each of the solar voltaic panels, mounted on this south wall, will be operating optimal at a specific sun angle of the year, all panels together could be seen as a "solar-keyboard". A series of animations were developed to show different movement- and motion behavior of one and the same skeleton system with altering parameter settings, different speed and orientation of the attractor movement, and differences in basic skeleton geometry K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 19. Artist Space Gallery - Soho, New York City, New York ARTIST SPACE EXHIBITION DESIGN - 19953 The exhibit consists of two kinds of materials, the first is virtual and mobile in the form of computer generated animations and the second is concrete and inert in the form of both miniature models and the full scale exhibition space itself. The installation space was a concrete printout of the virtual exhibition, in various plastic materials. The virtual designs are viewed at a micro-scale within a space that exhibits the qualities and characteristics of the spaces presented in miniature. There are no plans or section drawings presented, as the topological spaces and the animation techniques with which they were conceived is best presented on television. K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 20. Rather than presenting finished models and documents the exhibition presents design processes with five videotaped animation sequences accompanied the five groups of miniature models. The complex organic forms of the projects are realized directly through 3-d plots from computer files using various rapid prototyping and 3-D printing techniques including laser cut metal plates and stereolithography. These models are extremely small (less than 10” square) yet maintain a high degree of detail. K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 21. ELECTRA 96 - SEMI-PERMANENT INSTALLATION - 19964 Henie Onstad Kunstcenter, Oslo, Norway This installation presented micro-scale models produced using 3-d printing technology within an environment similar to the models yet realized at full scale. A series of five nodes were suspended in the Keyhole Gallery” of the Oslo museum and their orbital trajectories were captured to create two groups of composite surfaces rather than a single continuous band as in the New York installation. These orb like spaces were supported on post- tensioned aluminum bars that spanned the 30- foot opening of the “keyhole gallery”. Steel bars fabricated into hoop profiles rested on these aluminum trusses across which a series of lightweight steel tie rods were welded to stabilize the structure. The entire construction was clad in flexible plastic and rigid lexan sheets, lending the space a range of translucency from above. K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 22. The models were extremely small (less than 10” square) yet maintained a high degree of detail, within a micron. The same design schema, or diagram, was used for both the design of the Oslo space and the Artists Space Gallery, an exhibition which took place one year previously in New York City. Because the context of the exhibition space was different, the design technique yielded very different results. K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 23. CARDIFF BAY OPERA HOUSE-19945 Design Competition, Cardiff Bay, Wales, United Kingdom The siting of the Welsh National Opera House on the now defunct industrial waterfront of the Inner Harbor of Cardiff Bay mandated a new concept for waterfront urban space that would nonetheless be continuous with the history of the site and Cardiff's waterfront. The proposed project utilized the empty shell of the defunct technology of the Oval Basin, not as a monument to a bygone era but as the generator of a new waterfront civic institution that is an interface between land and water. The Oval Basin becomes the chrysalis out of which the Opera House emerges. As Cardiff's coastline is a simple singular edge of the city, but a highly particularized and negotiated edge that occurs at several scales where it is the generator of urban growth and development.. K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 24. The sunken reservoir space with parking and a shopping concourse one half level below the Opera House allows for a multiplication of the site surface, where the Opera House foyers and lobbies exist at one half level above grade and parking and movement onto, across and through the site occurs at one half level below grade. The project proposes a civic institution that is not monolithic but is rather permeated with public space and programs at its base. The project has not only a public space in plan surrounding the Oval Piazza, but deploys a sectional public space. Like the graving docks that floated the volumes of the hulls on cradle supports, the Opera By borrowing the pattern of the graving docks and their ability to slope the land into the sea the Opera House is connected to the water through the invention of a new public reservoir space that flows under and through the site-Topologial K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 25. House programs are housed in volumes that are supported above the reservoir. The project is structured through two systems; portalized wall fins and rib structured hulls.. These two systems are sheathed in a lightweight tensile membrane that provides a sheltered but environmentally permeable space over the buildable site area. This image of the project; of a glowing alien presence within the chrysalis of a dead technological waterfront monument would allow the project to participate in the history of the site and the industrial heritage of the waterfront without nostalgia, while proposing a new civic institution that is continuous with the history of the site and the waterfront of the city K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 26. THE EMBRYOLOGICAL HOUSE --- GREG LYNN --- BODY DIAGRAMING6 K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 27. B O DY DA I G R A M Interpreting the possible relationships between “a body and a building” is difficult as even thought the interaction is intended and planed in it’s the perception and the factor of diversity of people that causes an imbalance in this equation. Architect Greg Lynn's Embryological House is at once made and born, a hybrid of computer simulation and genetic mutation. Greg Lynn’s work the – “The Embryological House” is a postmodern, organicist style inspired by evolutionary biology and the science of turbulence and made possible by the computer's ability to generate warped or fluid forms. The relationship between architecture and the body is apparent at many levels in this example of his work. The Embryological House is suppose to trace the evolution pattern of the human embryo. One of Lynn’s biggest fears was : How do you keep a biological house from eating its occupants? Here are a sequence of diagrams that address Lynn’s fear of the form consuming the occupants. THE EMBRYOLOGICAL HOUSE K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 28. The Embryological House represents a new approach to fabrication and growth. Historically, a modern house would be thought of as a kit-of-parts. Each part is distinct and discreet, and you customize the house through the addition or subtraction of parts from the kit. Here are a sequence of diagrams that studies the stages of evolution in terms of mutation and blurring of boundaries At the prototyping stage Lynn defined this project in stages and each mutation was considered a stage in evaluation, non of the mutations were considered perfect. The Embryological House was an attempt to participate in that economic reality, but with a completely different implicit lifestyle and relationship to the environment. Lynn wanted to take a more biological approach, where there would be no discreet components. Here are a sequence of diagrams that studies the spreading of infection through a system “Blurring of boundaries” The concept was that system had the same morphospace–the same form-space–so that a change in any component would inflect every other component within the system. THE EMBRYOLOGICAL HOUSE K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 29. THE EMBRYOLOGICAL HOUSE “POSSIBLE MUTATION PATTERNS AS NON WAS CONSIDERED IDEAL” K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 30. THE EMBRYOLOGICAL HOUSE “The Embryologic Houses can be described as a strategy for the invention of domestic space that engages contemporary issues of brand identity and variation, customisation and continuity, flexible manufacturing and assembly and, most importantly, an unapologetic investment in the contemporary beauty and voluptuous aesthetics of undulating surfaces rendered vividly in iridescent and opalescent colours.” - Lynn “The Embryologic Houses employ a rigorous system of geometrical limits that liberate models of endless variations.” K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 31. Architectural Practice - Information Technology For contemporary process For Project Delivery Methodology Protagonist: Greg Lynn Objectives: Use of IT to empower the architectural practice - Firm size fiduciary agent- professionalism - role of project managers Decisions: How to apply IT to fit value systems and professional objectives. Research and aesthetics. Firm size. Time period: 1992-2000 Main Issues: 1 ) Small firm – principal practices and teaches. 2 ) Collaborates with other small progressive digital architects through internet 3 ) Cyberspace practice - computer is inherent in all phases of practice and forms the designers pedagogy and practice methodology. 4 ) The computer is utilized as both form generator of the idea and facilitator for manufacturing of the physical artifact at the micro and macro scale. C O N C L U S I O N K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6
  • 32. INNOVATIONS: 1 ) Uses computer as form generator – problem solver – energy, etc. 2 ) Digital team design. 3 ) Experimental use of technology and software. 4 ) CADCAM interfaced – links design and manufacturing. 5 ) Designs in digital environment – high tech media presentations. 6 ) Successful use of technology to meet tight budget and time for museum exhibition. 7 ) Direct link of creative genesis of idea to digital environment - manufacturing and construction. 8 ) Computing is inherent in the rationalization of project design forces. 9 ) Computing is an inherent component of the interplay of geometric form and spatial discovery in the design process. C O N C L U S I O N K . K E D H E E S W A R A N M . A r c h , S E M - I I , C O N T E M P O R A R Y P R O C E S S - I I , R . V. S - C b e , 2 0 1 4 - 1 6 HOME