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Presentation IV

Hyperbody concept

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Physical Systemization

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Physical Realization - A deployable system which is anchored at the seams, with the planes composed of segmented pieces that can rotate/move; enabling the 'form' to change in 2.5D as well as from rectilinear to curvilinear. Red - Anchored Seams Grey - 'Limbs' The system thus may not have a fixed outer envelope, but the necessary anchorage is provided within, in the joints of the sub-envelope, like in vertebrae.

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The referenced instance coupled with sliding systems or tensegrity chords may be used to realize it.

Presentation III

Hyperbody concept

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Component Parameters

1. Storyline

2. fabrication Feasibility

3. Flexibility and Interactivity

4. Architectural Quality

     Function[user need cycles and Spatial Efficiency] and Form[Visual Spatial Quality]

5. Component Cycles

     Life Cycles

Fundamental Component Topologies

1. Flexible Material

2. Fixed Material - Mobilised

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Presentation II

Hyperbody concept

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Geometrics - Different components

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Geometrics - Tensegrity


1. Reasons for the choice of a Tensegrity Structure

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2. Bio-geomtry, efficiency and optimization

3. Panelling options - Rigid, Membrane and Pneumatic systems


Perception - Visual Infinity

Tensegrity Dimension 1 - Local Geometry

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Perception - Spatial Infinity

Tensegrity Dimension 2 - Global Geometry

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Perception - Physical Infinity through Boundary Dissolution

Tensegrity Dimension 3 - Interactive Structure

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Orambra's Project

Perception - Virtual Infinity through Post Indexical Projections


Shared Housing

Statistics of prospective inhabitants

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Room perception

Perception Colour


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Avoid color contrasts in walls
Use colors of outer space in interior to decrease physical boundary
Use same colors for walls/floors in adjacent spaces
Use cool colors to make walls visually further away
If you use prints, make them smaller than usual --> maybe small components ?

Perception light

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Use as many natural lights as possible

Perception of furniture in a place

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Leave room between furniture and floor/wall
Use little details Use of mirrors Place storage where it belongs (put some stuf further away than others)

Environmental Housing

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Perception - Visual Infinity

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Perception - Spatial Infinity

Perception motion

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Perception - Virtual Infinity through Post Indexical projected Fluidity

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Perception - Physical infinity through Boundary dissolution

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