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  1. 1. Concrete Canvas Tiny House Marius Lazauskas Final Colloquium
  2. 2. Research Question Origins • On-site Construction • Prefabrication Digital manufacturing • CNC Machining • Additive Layer Manufacturing Pneumatic Structures • Air Supported Pneumatic Structure • Air Inflated Pneumatic Structure Textile Reinforced Concrete • 2D Textile • 3D Textile • Concrete Canvas • Concrete Canvas Welding • Concrete Canvas Rigidity • Concrete Canvas Colour Initial Concepts • Concrete Canvas Spheres • Skeleton CC Fillings • Container CC Lofts Tiny House • What is a Tiny House? • Spacebox • Heijmans ONE • Flexotel Design Concept • Target Group • Locations • Location NRE Terrein • NRE Terrein Flows • NRE Terrein Panoramas • Situation Plan • CCTH NRE Terrein Panoramas • CCTH NRE Terrein Facilities • CC Tiny House Types • Swinging Walls • Pneumatic Simulations • Type 1 Ground Floor • Type 1 First Floor • Type 1 Section • Type 1 Elevations • Type 1 Cutouts • Type 1 Cost Estimate • Type 2 Ground Floor • Type 2 Section • Type 2 Elevations • Type 2 Cutouts • Type 2 Impression • Type 3 Ground Floor Overview
  3. 3. Overview • Type 3 Section • Type 3 Elevations • Type 3 Cutouts • Type 3 Impression • Details Scale Models • Type 1 CC Tiny House Test 1:20 • Type 3 CC Tiny House Test 1:10 • Inflatable Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10 • Rigid Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10 • CC Slab Detail Final Thoughts Acknowledgements
  4. 4. Page 4/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Research Question Can Digital fabrication of Pneumatically formed Rigidised Buildings be the next step in the evolution of buildings and construction practices?
  5. 5. Page 5/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium ●● Controlled environment ●● Limited customization ●● Economy of Scale ●● Fast on-site assembly ●● Complex ●● Labour and time intensive Origins ●● Logistical nightmare ●● Lack of automation ●● Extremely labour intensive ●● Prone to defects ●● Financial burden Prefabrication On-site Construction
  6. 6. Page 6/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Digital manufacturing
  7. 7. Page 7/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Additive Layer Manufacturing CNC Machining Digital manufacturing ●● Machines twice the building size ●● Partial 3D printing same as Prefab ●● Not Field Tested ●● On-Site Construction ●● Compact Materials ●● Highly Customisable ●● Highly Automated ●● Needs Economies of Scale ●● Only Partially Automated ●● Time & Labour Intensive ●● Not Field Tested ●● Complex Assembly ●● Proved on Small Scale ●● Off-the-shelf Machinery ●● Off-the-shelf Materials
  8. 8. Page 8/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Digital manufacturing Additive Layer Manufacturing CNC Machining ●● Shotgun House (Plywood) ●● Proof of Concept Shed (Plywood) ●● Chinese 3D Printed Houses (Concrete) ●● 3D Canal House (Plastic) ●● 3D Printed Sculptures (Concrete)
  9. 9. Page 9/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Pneumatic Structures
  10. 10. Page 10/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Pneumatic Structures Air Inflated Pneumatic Structure Air Supported Pneumatic Structure ●● Single layer membrane ●● Requires airlocks ●● Constant inflation ●● Air contained within the membrane ●● Structural component: beam, column ●● No airlocks ●● Periodic inflation ●● Puncture Resistant
  11. 11. Page 11/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Pneumatic Structures Air Inflated Pneumatic Structure Air Supported Pneumatic Structure ●● The Dome, Anchorage ●● Tokyo Dome, Tokyo ●● U.S. Pavilion, Osaka ●● Fuji Pavilion, Osaka ●● Atoms for Peace Pavilion, Birdair ●● Airtecture, Esslingen
  12. 12. Page 12/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Textile Reinforced Concrete
  13. 13. Page 13/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Textile Reinforced Concrete 2D Textile 3D Textile ●● Fabric without internal structure ●● Hydrated Cement Reinforcement ●● 2 layers of 2D Fabric and Z Thread ●● Dry Cement Matrix contained within ●● One side airtight
  14. 14. Page 14/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Textile Reinforced Concrete Concrete Canvas ●● 3D type of Textile Reinforced Cement ●● Sets in 24 hours ●● Airtight ●● Pneumatically formed CC Shelter ●● Compact Size
  15. 15. Page 15/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Textile Reinforced Concrete Concrete Canvas Welding ●● Potential for Automation ●● Strong and Airtight Seal ●● Fast setting ●● Moldable together with the Canvas ●● Additional Structural Rigidity – Bead regnatedFabric... ofRating:●●●●● alStrength:●●●●● CC8canbesealedbythermallyweldingthePVCfaces Therecommendedmethodwillenableonemantoweld rateof6m/minute. ingequipmentisrequired: NYSorTThermalWeldingMachine yGloves llyweldawaterproofsealbetweentwosheetsofCC: teCanvas™ThermalWelding Fig.2:DetailshowingTWINNYthermalwelder Fig.3:Diagramofafinishedjoint : ●●●●● th : ●●●●● be sealed by thermally welding the PVC faces mmended method will enable one man to weld m/minute. pment is required: T Thermal Welding Machine a waterproof seal between two sheets of CC: ent sheets with the PVC side down and inimum of 100mm ed sections of the sheets so that the PVC forming a prayer joint. The size of the overlap reased temporarily during welding to allow der. Fig.2: Detail showing TWINNY thermal welder Textile Face Fig. 3: Diagram of a finished joint Water Proof Rating : ●●●●● Mechanical Strength : ●●●●● CC5 and CC8 can be sealed by thermally welding the PVC faces together. The recommended method will enable one man to weld joints at a rate of 6m/minute. The following equipment is required: • TWINNY S or T Thermal Welding Machine • Safety Gloves • Mask To thermally weld a waterproof seal between two sheets of CC: 1. Place the adjacent sheets with the PVC side down and overlapping by a minimum of 100mm 2. Lift the overlapped sections of the sheets so that the PVC faces are touching, forming a prayer joint. The size of the overlap may need to be increased temporarily during welding to allow access for the welder. Fig.2: D Fig. 3: Diagram of a Water Proof Rating : ●●●●● Mechanical Strength : ●●●●● CC5 and CC8 can be sealed by thermally welding the PVC faces together. The recommended method will enable one man to weld joints at a rate of 6m/minute. The following equipment is required: • TWINNY S or T Thermal Welding Machine • Safety Gloves • Mask To thermally weld a waterproof seal between two sheets of CC: 1. Place the adjacent sheets with the PVC side down and overlapping by a minimum of 100mm 2. Lift the overlapped sections of the sheets so that the PVC faces are touching, forming a prayer joint. The size of the overlap may need to be increased temporarily during welding to allow Fig.2: D Fig. 3: Diagram of a
  16. 16. Page 16/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Textile Reinforced Concrete Concrete Canvas Rigidity
  17. 17. Page 17/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Textile Reinforced Concrete Concrete Canvas Colour
  18. 18. Page 18/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Initial Concepts Concrete Canvas Spheres •• Buoyant Spherical Structures •• Land not required •• Plenty of water bodies •• Pneumatics and Spheres •• Self Hydrating •• CC Seam Water-tightness •• Lack of Infrastructure
  19. 19. Page 19/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Initial Concepts Skeleton CC Fillings •• Inflatable CC Filling •• Office building reuse •• Easy fitting •• Available infrastructure
  20. 20. Page 20/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Initial Concepts Container CC Lofts •• Hybrid structure •• Solid Container base •• CC Loft/Attic/Roof •• Fast installation •• Rain not an issue
  21. 21. Page 21/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Tiny House
  22. 22. Page 22/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Tiny House •• Social movement of downsizing the living space •• Typical Tiny house is around 10-40 m2 •• Comes in all shapes, sizes and forms •• Focuses on smaller spaces and simplified living •• Not everything is big in America What is a Tiny House?
  23. 23. Page 23/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Tiny House •• Interview with Mart de Jong •• Designed for Transportability – 3 m width •• Designed for Disassembly – lifespan ~50 years •• Use of Yacht Industry’s know how – 8 cm walls •• Light (2 t/unit) – no need for foundation •• Smart Material usage benefiting the design •• Economy of Scale allows revisions •• Bedroom, kitchenette, shower/WC Spacebox
  24. 24. Page 24/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Tiny House •• Area – 45 m2 •• Designed for Transportability – 3,5 m width •• Designed for Disassembly – splits in half •• Light – no need for foundation •• For use in “Derelict sites“ •• High Quality on Cheap Land – 700€/month •• Kitchen, shower/WC, living room, bedroom and an outdoor patio Heijmans ONE
  25. 25. Page 25/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Tiny House •• Temporary accommodation for outdoor events •• Single bedroom with 2 beds •• Designed for Transportability – 2,4 m width •• Designed for Disassembly – folds •• Room area – 6,8 m2 ; Unit area – 14,4 m2 •• Light (1,3 t/unit) – no need for foundation •• 10 units (or 20 Flexotel rooms) fit on one lorry Flexotel
  26. 26. Page 26/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept
  27. 27. Page 27/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Target Group •• Not-Quite Generation •• Common interests •• Temporary accommodation demand •• Temporary location •• Upscaling in the future
  28. 28. Page 28/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Locations
  29. 29. Page 29/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Locations Inner Ring
  30. 30. Page 30/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Location NRE Terrein ●● Hard surface ●● Plenty of Space ●● Infrastructure available ●● Residential area ●● Creative community
  31. 31. Page 31/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept NRE Terrein Flows Fifth NRE Access Designer Workshops Vehicle flows
  32. 32. Page 32/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept NRE Terrein Panoramas
  33. 33. Page 33/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Situation Plan ●● 3 Types of CC Tiny Houses ●● Increased interaction ●● 10 ft storage Containers ●● Outdoor Europalette furniture ●● Greenery in FIBCs Type 1 CC Tiny House 10 ft storage container Type 2 CC Tiny House Bulk Bag Vegetation Type 2 CC Tiny House Bicycle Repair Stand Europalette Furniture
  34. 34. Page 34/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept CCTH NRE Terrein Panoramas
  35. 35. Page 35/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept CCTH NRE Terrein Facilities
  36. 36. Page 36/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept •• Use CC material’s advantages – Make it fold •• From 18 m2 to 40 m2 •• Digital Manufacturing – Highly customisable •• Pre-inflation footprint 3 x 6 x 1,5 m •• Smaller spaces ≈ simplified living •• Maximum Utilization of Land CC Tiny House Types 3 m 6 m Type 1 Type 2 Type 3
  37. 37. Page 37/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Swinging Walls ●● Broad Sustainable Buildings ●● Snap-in Columns ●● Same methods wall fixing ●● Ground Plate hinged walls U Profile Tab Hole Tab Hinge
  38. 38. Page 38/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Pneumatic Simulations ●● Pneumatic shape - Karamba 3D ●● 3D model Development - 3DS Max ●● Drafting - AutoCAD ●● Karamba 3D provides framework ●● Post Processing with other CAD 0 5 15 1 10 20
  39. 39. Page 39/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 1 Ground Floor ●● Toilet & Shower ●● Kitchen & Dinning table ●● Lounge area with projector ●● Air Heat Pump stair corner Section
  40. 40. Page 40/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 1 First Floor ●● Two person bed ●● Closet ●● PC Desk Section
  41. 41. Page 41/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 1 Section
  42. 42. Page 42/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 1 Elevations ●● East ●● North ●● South ●● West
  43. 43. Page 43/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 1 Cutouts Seam Folding Lines Opening Cut Lines Seam Folding Lines Ground Plate FoldGround Plate Fold Pre-installed Window Pre-installed Window Pre-installed Door ●● Inner Cutout East-West
  44. 44. Page 44/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 1 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout North Ground Plate FoldOpening Cut Lines Seam Folding Lines
  45. 45. Page 45/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 1 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout South Seam Folding LinesOpening Cut Lines Ground Plate Fold Opening Cut Lines
  46. 46. Page 46/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 1 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout Ground Sheet CC13Inner Shell Fold Plastic Sheet Edges Plastic Sheet Edges
  47. 47. Page 47/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 1 Impression
  48. 48. Page 48/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 1 Cost Estimate
  49. 49. Page 49/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 2 Ground Floor ●● Toilet & Shower ●● Kitchen & Dinning table ●● Lounge area with projector ●● Air Heat Pump corner ●● Two person bed ●● Closet Section
  50. 50. Page 50/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 2 Section
  51. 51. Page 51/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 2 Elevations ●● North-East ●● North-West ●● South-East ●● South-West
  52. 52. Page 52/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 2 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout North-West Pre-installed Door Ground Plate Fold Seam Folding Lines
  53. 53. Page 53/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 2 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout North-East South-West Ground Plate Fold Seam Folding LinesOpening Cut Lines Ground Plate Fold Opening Cut Lines
  54. 54. Page 54/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 2 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout South-West Ground Plate Fold Seam Folding LinesOpening Cut Lines
  55. 55. Page 55/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 2 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout South-East North-West Opening Cut Lines Seam Folding Lines Ground Plate Fold Ground Plate Fold
  56. 56. Page 56/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 2 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout Ground Sheet CC13Inner Shell Fold Plastic Sheet Edges Plastic Sheet Edges
  57. 57. Page 57/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 2 Impression
  58. 58. Page 58/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 3 Ground Floor ●● Toilet & Shower ●● Kitchen & Dinning table ●● Lounge area with projector ●● Air Heat Pump corner ●● Two person bed ●● Closet Section
  59. 59. Page 59/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 3 Section
  60. 60. Page 60/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 3 Elevations ●● North-East ●● North-West ●● South-East ●● South-West
  61. 61. Page 61/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 3 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout North-West Seam Folding Lines Ground Plate Fold Opening Cut Lines
  62. 62. Page 62/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 3 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout North-East Seam Folding Lines Ground Plate FoldOpening Cut Lines Opening Cut Lines
  63. 63. Page 63/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 3 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout South-West Seam Folding Lines Ground Plate FoldOpening Cut Lines
  64. 64. Page 64/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 3 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout South-East Seam Folding Lines Ground Plate Fold Opening Cut Lines
  65. 65. Page 65/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 3 Cutouts ●● Inner Cutout Ground Sheet Inner Shell Fold CC13 250 mm Plastic Sheet edges
  66. 66. Page 66/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Type 3 Impression
  67. 67. Page 67/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Details ●● Inner Shell Joint ●● Ground Sheet Joint ●● Outer Shell Joint Cavity Side Stitches Thermal WeldCC8 CC8 Thermal Weld StitchesCavity Side CC13 Seam Floor Surface Side 250 mm Plastic Sheet
  68. 68. Page 68/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Details ●● Swing Wall - CC Shell (Plan) ●● Ground Plate - Swing Wall (Section) Europalette Steel U Profile Steel U Profile Hydroisolation Plywood 25 mm Insulation 120 mm Insulation 82 mm Plywood 15 mm CC13 Fastener Bracket U Profile Tab Hole Air Gap Tab CC8 Hinge Plywood 18 mm Insulation 32 mm CC8 Insulation 200 mm Hydroisolation Insulation Foam 200 mm Hydroisolation Hydroisolation Plywood 18 mm CC8 Insulation 32 mm Insulation 200 mm Bracket Air Gap Tab CC8 Insulation Foam 200 mm U Steel Profile
  69. 69. Page 69/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Details ●● Swing Wall to CC Shell (Long Section) ●● Ground Plate - CC Shell (Cross Section) Hydroisolation Hydroisolation Plywood 18 mm CC8 Insulation 32 mm Insulation 200 mm Bracket U Profile Air Gap CC8 Insulation Foam 200 mm Europalette Fastener Steel U Profile Hydroisolation Plywood 25 mm Insulation 120 mm Insulation 82 mm Plywood 15 mm CC13 Insulation Foam 200 mm Hydroisolation Air Gap CC8 CC8 Hydroisolation
  70. 70. Page 70/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Details ●● CC Cavity Wall - CC Slab (Cross Section) ●● Swing Wall - CC Slab (Long Section) CC8 Textile Rivet CC8 CC13Corrugated CC8 Textile Rivet CC8Hydroisolation HydroisolationAir Gap Insulation Foam 200 mmCC8 CC8 Thermal Weld CC8 CC13 CC13 Thermal Weld Textile Rivet
  71. 71. Page 71/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Details ●● CC Slab - CC Stairs (Long Section) ●● CC Cavity Wall - CC Stairs (Cross Section) CC8 CC13 Textile Rivet Textile Rivet Thermal Weld CC8 CC8 CC13 CC8 Framework Thermal Weld Textile Rivet CC8 CC8 Textile Rivet CC13 Textile RivetThermal Weld CC8 Hydroisolation Hydroisolation Air Gap Insulation Foam 200 mm CC8
  72. 72. Page 72/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Design Concept Details ●● CC Cavity Wall Openings Hydro-isolation Window Frame Exterior Windowsill Glass Panel Fastener Air Gap Window Window Pressure Plate CC8 Window Frame Hydro-isolation Glued Wood Plank Insulation Foam 200 mm Glued Wood Plank Fastener Pressure Plate Windowsill Hydro-isolation Air Gap CC8 Air GapFastener Hydro-isolationPressure Plate Exterior Windowsill CC8Laminated Timber Hydro-isolation Laminated TimberWindow Frame Glass PanelWindow Insulation Foam 200 mm Fastener Windowsill CC8 Pressure Plate
  73. 73. Page 73/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models
  74. 74. Page 74/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Type 1 CC Tiny House Test 1:20
  75. 75. Page 75/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Type 3 CC Tiny House Test 1:10
  76. 76. Page 76/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Inflatable Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  77. 77. Page 77/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Inflatable Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  78. 78. Page 78/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Inflatable Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  79. 79. Page 79/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Inflatable Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  80. 80. Page 80/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Inflatable Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  81. 81. Page 81/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Rigid Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  82. 82. Page 82/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Rigid Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  83. 83. Page 83/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Rigid Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  84. 84. Page 84/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Rigid Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  85. 85. Page 85/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Rigid Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  86. 86. Page 86/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Rigid Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  87. 87. Page 87/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Rigid Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  88. 88. Page 88/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Rigid Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  89. 89. Page 89/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models Rigid Type 3 CC Tiny House 1:10
  90. 90. Page 90/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models CC Slab Detail
  91. 91. Page 91/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models CC Slab Detail
  92. 92. Page 92/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models CC Slab Detail
  93. 93. Page 93/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models CC Slab Detail
  94. 94. Page 94/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models CC Slab Detail
  95. 95. Page 95/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models CC Slab Detail
  96. 96. Page 96/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Scale Models CC Slab Detail
  97. 97. Page 97/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Final Thoughts What was achieved: ●● Digital Manufacturing techniques were use to develop Pneumatically Rigidised CCTHs ●● Mart de Jong Interview provided insight into Dutch Tiny House market ●● Investigated Textile Reinforced Concrete - Concrete Canvas ●● 3 Types of CC Tiny Houses were developed ●● CC Tiny Houses feasibility was analysed ●● CC Tiny House Scale Models were made ●● Proof-of-concept for Digital fabrication of Pneumatically formed Rigidised Buildings Further research: ●● Structural evaluation of the proposed CCTH designs ●● Automated cutout extraction from digital 3D models ●● Digital Manufacturing workflow for Concrete Canvas Shell fabrication
  98. 98. Page 98/9813-07-2015Concrete Canvas Tiny Houses Final Colloquium Acknowledgements ●● “Altena Inframaterialen” for providing a Batch Roll of CC5 without additional shipping costs; ●● Mart de Jong for sharing his experience regarding Spaceboxes and Tiny Houses; ●● Tom Veeger for stepping in to become 3rd graduation supervisory committee member in short notice. ●● Graduation supervisory committee members for being patient with sometimes seemingly slow progress.

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