Michael McCune and Casidy Keim’s Modulated Lattice 5

Michael McCune and Casidy Keim of Lousiana Tech explore the translation between digital modeling, cnc production and fabrication in their project entitled Modulated Lattice 5. Unlike some other more strictly theoretical projects we’ve seen, the students made an effort to actually build the project in the form of a outdoor classroom located in the Piney […] Continue reading →

The Radiolaria Project

The Radiolaria Project out of the University of Kassel by Christian Troche and Gregor Zimmermann is one of those projects that simply cant be summarized in one post, but as usual we’ll attempt anyway. Anyone interested in understanding this valiant research effort should definitely visit thier project website here. Put simply the project is an […] Continue reading →

Sean Hanna and Timothy Schreiber PAN_07 Optimised Cellular Chair

Sean Hanna is a very interesting architect/engineer that takes inspiration from nature for a variety of projects. The PAN_07 chair which was designed and manufactured in collaboration with Timothy Schreiber takes inspiration from advanced cellular lattices that occur in nature to minimize weight but maximize resistance to force. We’ve seen these methods adopted by various […] Continue reading →

Revano Satria: Cellular Solid Morphologies

Revano Satria’s thesis dissertation at the AA involves looking into cellular solids and manipulating them to be more responsive to external forces in their immediate environment. Cellular solids occur frequently in nature, examples include the more porous centers of human bone, the ever studied honeycomb or any kind of repetitive structure like cork, dense woods […] Continue reading →
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