- 02 JulRobotically-driven Building initiated by Dr.-Ing. Henriette Bier has received funding from 3TU.Bouw and will be implemented in collaboration with CITG-TUD, TUE, ONL and Mebin
- 02 JulAchilleas Psyllidis is presenting at the 10th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE'14)
- 27 JunFinal presentation: MSc2 Inter-performing environments Design studio
- 12 JunAchilleas Psyllidis is guest lecturer at Second Nature summer school
- 03 JunLecture – Urban Informatics: Promises and Potentials by Achilleas Psyllidis
- 28 MayLecture: Architecture of Change by Branko Kolarevic in protoSPACE
- 28 MayInter-performing environments: update on Hyperbody MSc2 prototypes for the EU culture program Metabody
- 19 MayDr. Nimish Biloria appointed as Doctoral defence committee member at Ècole nationale supèrieure d'architecture Paris-Malaquais
- 14 MayDr. Nimish Biloria appointed as Scientific Committee member at the ICONARCH II, Innovative approaches in Architecture and Planning, Konya, Turkey
- 29 AprAchilleas Psyllidis's paper is accepted for the 10th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE'14)
Hyperbody would like to proudly invite you to the Msc1 Nanjing Workshop exhibition, which displays the Hyperbody Msc1 project of last semester being designed, fabricated and built in collaboration with the Nanjing Arts Institute during a 4 week workshop in Nanjing, China.
The exhibition will take place in the OostSerre in the faculty of Architecture of TU Delft from Monday November 29th until December 16th and will be featuring video footage of the workshop, posters and a 1:5 scale model of the endresult.
Hyperbody Msc1 June 2010
The general setup for the workshop was to have a collaborative design and build project between Delft University of Technology students and Nanjing Arts Institute students. The assignment for both teams was to develop a combined shape out of their previous design proposals and produce the fabrication drawings for the CNC milling machines as well as build the design on site.
The strategy for both teams individually was to develop a surface which would then be meshed using Rhinoceros, RhinoScript and Grasshopper. The meshing procedure should be strictly related to the connection detail allowing both to be defined parametrically within one and the same system. This approach guarantees the coherence between shape-mesh-detail allowing for changes to be made at all levels at all times during the design process. Also, the results of the workshop show that this approach allows for great diversity in shape, construction and detail while the same logic is applied.
HYPERBODY Msc1 June 2010
Frank van Brunschot, Sven de Haan, Friso Gouwetor, Bart Kuijpers, Francesc Morales Menarquez, Mariana Popescu, Joeri Slots, Joe Wu