Digitally generated embroidered textile
       
     
3D printed multi-material structural grid
       
     
3D printed multi-material textile
       
     
3D printed textile
       
     
3D PRINTED FACADE PROTOTYPE
       
     
Structural Surface Analysis
       
     
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3D printed multi-material textile
       
     
Glass fiber hardened with resin epoxy
       
     
3d printed multi-material textile
       
     
3D PRINTED FACADE PROTOTYPE
       
     
hand woven thread on a formal scaffold
       
     
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laser cut fabric facade study
       
     
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Hand woven thread on a formal scaffold
       
     
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Digitally generated embroidered textile
       
     
Digitally generated embroidered textile
3D printed multi-material structural grid
       
     
3D printed multi-material structural grid
3D printed multi-material textile
       
     
3D printed multi-material textile

This spatial textile has been digitally programmed and embedded with soft (flexible) and rigid material properties. It was printed flat as a 6" x 6" square and then pinched into its final form. The question I proposed was: How can architects begin to create spatial dimensionality through the materiality of a flat object? This was printed in a transparent color with the Objet 500 Connex.

3D printed textile
       
     
3D printed textile

This 3D printed textile is composed of a geometric module that is repeatedly aggregated. It is printed of nylon flexible material and has the physical properties of a fabric textile.

3D PRINTED FACADE PROTOTYPE
       
     
3D PRINTED FACADE PROTOTYPE
Structural Surface Analysis
       
     
Structural Surface Analysis
1.jpg
       
     
3D printed multi-material textile
       
     
3D printed multi-material textile
Glass fiber hardened with resin epoxy
       
     
Glass fiber hardened with resin epoxy

Studio: Achim Menges

Harvard Graduate School of Design

3d printed multi-material textile
       
     
3d printed multi-material textile

This spatial textile has been digitally programmed and embedded with soft (flexible) and rigid material properties. It was printed flat as a 6" x 6" square and then pinched into its final form. The question I proposed was: How can architects begin to create spatial dimensionality through the materiality of a flat object? This was printed in a transparent color with the Objet 500 Connex.

3D PRINTED FACADE PROTOTYPE
       
     
3D PRINTED FACADE PROTOTYPE
hand woven thread on a formal scaffold
       
     
hand woven thread on a formal scaffold

Studio: Achim Menges

Harvard Graduate School of Design

11.jpg
       
     
andrew6.jpg
       
     
34.jpg
       
     
laser cut fabric facade study
       
     
laser cut fabric facade study
4.png
       
     
17 copy.jpg
       
     
8.jpg
       
     
Untitled-5.jpg
       
     
13.jpg
       
     
10.jpg
       
     
7.jpg
       
     
19.jpg
       
     
Untitled-2.jpg
       
     
Hand woven thread on a formal scaffold
       
     
Hand woven thread on a formal scaffold

Studio: Achim Menges

Harvard Graduate School of Design

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12.jpg