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Aleksandar Lalović mail : aleksandar_lalovic@yahoo.com tel: + 381 60 46 000 36

2010

selected works

Portfolio


*cover page - RhinoScript writen by Aleksandar Lalović

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Office space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Urban coridor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wooden house . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sunshade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cultural center COMPETITION

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CONTACT : tel: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . + 381 60 46 000 36 e-mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . aleksandar_lalovic@yahoo.com web: . . . . . . . http://issuu.com/aleksandar.lalovic/docs/portfolio.aleksandar.lalovic

EDUCATION : Master program at Arctitecure faculty ,Belgrade, Serbia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 - 2009 Bachelor program at Arctitecure faculty ,Belgrade, Serbia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 - 2007 “Miloš Savković” Highschool, Arandjelovac, Serbia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000 - 2004 Born in Arandjelovac, Serbia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.06.1985.

WORKSHOPS : “Parametric live control of a milling robot”, TU Wien, Austria “Generative design”, Architecture faculty, Belgrade, Serbia

LANGUAGES : Serbian, English, German

GRAPHIC : Adobe - Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, AutoCAAD

MODELING : Rhino + Vray + Grasshopper, 3D Max & Vray, Softimage XSI, ArchiCAD

PROGRAMING : Rhino Script

HARDWARE : Laser cutter, KUKA KR 60-H robot arm ALEKSANDAR LALOVIĆ PORTFOLIO - 2010

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type year author

: ACADEMIC : 2006 - 2007 : Aleksandar Lalović, Nikola Stevanović, Vladimir Radulović, Stefan Spasojević

| Office space |

construction details vodootporni sper

pecurkasti nosac alukobond ploca 60 10

IPE 200

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R66

+ 3.00 5

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Alukobond Pecurkasti nocac EPDM membrana Sper Termoizolacija Trapezasti limTR40 Celicna resetka

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70

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10

3

12 10

3 12

2 5

60

2 10 7 70

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10 2

distancer alu.bond nosaca

28

5

+ 3.74

nasuta zemlja

135 3

10 13

+ 3.19

PVC folija

12 10

+ 4.02

30 8 R6 20

0.4 4 10

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R7

zakrivljeni trapezasti lim

podupirac

ivicno rebro

Epoxi smola Ravnajuci sloj Termoizolacija PVC folija AB ploca Sljunjak Nasuta zemlja

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R65 0 R7

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horizontalni nosac alukobond ploca

polikarbonatna ploca

3 10

tropojasna celicna resetka

70

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Office space, designed with an idea to be unlike and not to resemble convectional office buildings thus giving much more freedom to experiment with the overall shape, function and construction. Since project emphasis was on construction, as integral part of the assignment detailed construction plan, installation plan and static calculations where made.

Alukobond Podkonstrukcja PVC folija Termoizolacija Gips-karton ploce

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60

3

R7

Alukobond Podkonstrukcja PVC folija Termoizolacija Gips-karton ploce

+ 3.70 5

gips-karton ploce

horizontalni nosac alukobond ploca

8

70

70

2

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R7

R68

20

R81

distancer nosaca

+ 4.22

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55

EPDM membrana

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68

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type year author

: ACADEMIC : 2007 : Aleksandar Lalović

| Urban Corridor |

URBAN CORRIDOR, with the main goal to implement new content into the unbuilt area without disturbing present identity of the place (green plots with few pedestrian tracks and lots of greenery), which was done by concealing the built structure underneath the slabs of grass. The plot was subdivided in order to increase the readability of the area and enable diversification of content within the overall space.

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program analysis site plan

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type year author

: ACADEMIC : 2007-2008 : Aleksandar Lalović

| Wooden house |

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WOODEN HOUSE planed as a part of a holiday resort upon hillside. The main chalange was to position a house upon a very steep slope and to develop complete architectural project with an emphasis on construction and the choice and application of materials. Detail computer model of construction and materialization of house was built as part of a special workshop included into semester project.

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: ACADEMIC : 2008 : Aleksandar Lalović

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BEACH SUNSHADE planed using the basic tools and logic of generative design.The structure is made by multiplication of basic cells. Height and tilt angle of cells are dimensioned according to incidence angle of suns rays in order to make perforated structure that produces constant shade. Some of the cells are extended all the way to the ground level in order to provide structural support and lift the sunshade of the ground. As part of a research in feasibility and structural stability physical model in 1:50 scale was produced.


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yearley shadow path analysis

concept diagram

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type year author

: ACADEMIC : 2009 : Aleksandar Lalović

| Cultural Center |

400 cm 300 cm 200 cm 100 cm 0 cm

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300 cm 200 cm 100 cm 0 cm

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CULTURAL CENTER, implemented in partially reconstructed ship cargo center located in port of Belgrade. The goal was to dissolve vertical barriers and get rid of dead ends thus creating dynamic and constant space. Tilted and transformed vertical partitions have multiple uses ranging from vertical communications, siting areas to exhibition panels and more.

400 cm 300 cm 200 cm 100 cm 0 cm

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ambiental variations

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type year outcome author

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COMPETITION 2009 - 2010 4th out of 96, honorable mention Aleksandar Lalović, Nikola Stevanović, Vladimir Radulović

| Eco Pavilion |

site plan section

The concept is based on an idea of ephemeral architecture and seeks to challenge the assumption that architecture is always imposed on nature (ephemeral – short lived, transformable, inconstant, temporary …). The goal was not to try to fit into the surroundings with pure physical characteristics, but to highlight immediate environment and its qualities – vegetation, light, air, rain This was accomplished by transformation, transparency and use of natural materials which have all resulted in pavilion becoming an ephemeral envelope, which was materialized using the knitting system that allowed variation in transparency, visual variation and very easy assembling and disassembling with no tools or additional elements necessary. Such a use of materials allowed them to be exploited with no modification, thus making them 100% reusable. The transformation allowed program flexibility – auditorium/ exhibition space, and was made possible by making the panels of a flexible material such as rope.

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SETUP 1

2.1 1.2

1.0 0 100 %

66 %

0%

33 %

Since one of the main goals was to promote education, in base configuration panels are arranged to form a membrane with a single path threw and a compact space inside, suitable for formal gatherings and lectures.

3.1 1.3

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75 %

50 %

25 %

TRANSFORMATION Simple and quick transformation is used to switch easily back and forth between the two states in order to facilitate different kind of events and content in a verry small and limited area.

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20 %

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50 %

33 %

SETUP 2 By sliding the panels to a new position, pavilion opens it self up to connect to the surroundings threw a series of smaller semi open spaces. Multiple paths threw the structure emerge thus creating the configuration suitable for informal gatherings and exhibitions.

weaving paterns

construction details

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type year author

: PROFESSIONAL : ongoing : Projmetal AD

| B23 - Office park |

garage facade made out of perforated steel sheets enclosed in triangular steel frames. parametric model (using Grasshopper) was made in order to eneible quick design changes (number of parts, gap size, frame dimensions, triangulation, structure depth etc.), and optimise production proces and material use. at the moment it is in production phase.

B23 complex covers the area of around 57,000 m2 and it consists of four towers buildings inter-connected through atrium spaces with panoramic elevators and a spacious square - park in front of the building. It is designed with a goal to provide world class office space for demanding commercial residents by fulfilling the highest standards of efficiency and luxury at the same time. Building features the first functional heliodrom in Belgrade. main duties and responsibilities – interior organization and design, construction details, 3d modeling and rendering.

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physical model

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B 2.6 B 2.6p

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B 2.5p

100

B 2.4p

101

101

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B 2.3p

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260 100

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B 2.2p

B 2.5

B 2.4 400

101

B 2.1p

108

B 2.3

43

263

100

263

B 2.2

B 2.1

B 3.5p

100

B 3.4p

100

B 3.3p

140

100

100

100

100

260 100

25

B 3.5

B 3.4 100

100

B 4.6p

100

260

B 3.2p

B 3.3

36

100

B 3.1p

261

260

100

B 4.5p

100

B 3.2

B 3.1

100

100

B 2.0p

8

B 4.6 100

B 4.4p

135

B 2.0

261

B 4.3p

139

100

100

66

261

261

B 3.0p

29

B 4.5

B 4.4

152

24

B 5.6p

100

261

B 4.3

B 0.0 B 3.0

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100

61

100

B 4.2p

260

260

B 4.1p

B 4.2

B 5.5p

B 5.6 100

100

B 5.4p 105

B 4.1

261

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260

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B 5.3p

92

100

100

B 5.5

B 5.4 100

48

100

B 5.2p

100

B 5.1p

100

B 5.3

43

58

261

B 5.2

B 5.1

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B 0.3

100

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260

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260

B 0.1

400

30

100

201

B 0.6 B 0.5 B 0.4

100

parametric model

118

B 1.4

atrium fasaad

B 0.1

panelisation

B 0.2

B 1.4p

101

B 1.3p 200

B 0.0

B 1.5

B 1.6

47

33

B 0.3

B 1.5p

100

121

B 0.4

B 1.6p

100

B 1.3

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101

B 1.2

101

204

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201

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type year presenter participant

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ACADEMIC 2008-2009 Đorđe Stojanović (Architecture Faculty Belgrade) Aleksandar Lalović

| Workshop |

assembly diagram cutting pattern

WORKSHOPS with a goal to practice basic principles of generative design such as fractal mathematics, various CAAD software (AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, Rhino script ... ), and to test the design at 2:1 scale through actual model building. The final phase should be simulation of complete building process and testing of the relationship between architectural drawing, 3D model and prototype.

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type year presenter participant

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WORKSHOP 2010 Sigrid Brell - Cokcan, Johannes Braumann (TU Wien) Aleksandar Lalović

| Parametric Control of a Milling Robot | DESCRIPTION This workshop demonstrated optimization of the robot milling data workflow from a digital design to a physical geometry. In Grasshopper toolpath calculations were performed in real time providing instant design feedback. The process of Flank Milling, which utilizes the full cutting length of the tool instead of just the tooltip, lends itself particularly well to the proposed workshop, as the geometric input – opposed to the usual rough and fine cut milling – consists of comparatively few control points of the tool paths. Therefore, these calculations can be done in real time, with the user seeing an immediate change to the object’s geometry and the resulting tool paths while performing changes to the underlying parametric model. Furthermore, the user can access each point individually and basically simulate the entire milling process within the CAD (Computer Aided Design) environment without relying on additional CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) or kinematic post processing tools (e.g. Kuka Camrob). As a result of the parametric design process a robot control data file (G-Code) will be automatically generated. A Kuka KR60H Robot will be used for producing the developed flank milling designs. GOAL Adoptation of production immanent design concept, manufacturing parametric designs, writing G-Code for CNC machining and controlling a milling robot with existing parametric design software (Grasshopper). ROBOT CARACTERISTICS

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TYPE

: KR 60 - H

CONTROLLER

: KR C2 ed05

NUMBER OF AXES

:6

PAYLOAD [kg]

: 60

REACH [mm]

: 2,033

POSITIONING REPEATABILITY [mm]

: < ± 0.05


G - code N0P9999 N1G40 N2G90G94 N3T1M6 N4G90 N5S4500M3 N6G0X32.458Y215.705Z-70.278I0.708J-0.705K0.037F1000. N7X32.458Y215.705Z-70.278I0.708J-0.705K0.037 N8X21.483Y203.621Z-62.667I0.776J-0.619K0.119 N9X12.356Y189.976Z-55.272I0.817J-0.547K0.184 N10X5.672Y174.731Z-48.426I0.839J-0.489K0.239 1 N11X1.759Y158.128Z-42.691I0.846J-0.447K0.292 tool path definition N12X0.446Y140.607Z-38.795I0.838J-0.420K0.349 miling paths are defined using two N13X1.344Y122.685Z-37.493I0.813J-0.406K0.418 curves, one of which represents N14X4.368Y105.037Z-39.226I0.762J-0.409K0.502 actual path of a tool tip and the N15X9.685Y88.447Z-43.720I0.675J-0.430K0.600 other defines tool orientation vector N16X17.108Y73.361Z-50.159I0.532J-0.469K0.705 N17X25.873Y59.752Z-58.059I0.312J-0.509K0.802 N18X34.666Y47.643Z-67.984I0.016J-0.519K0.855 N19X37.860Y33.286Z-75.217I-0.209J-0.476K0.854 N20X35.748Y17.732Z-66.668I-0.516J-0.586K0.625 N21X36.234Y11.831Z-78.299I-0.680J-0.516K0.521 N22X42.994Y16.502Z-91.658I-0.402J-0.700K0.590 N23X55.546Y24.714Z-82.169I-0.361J-0.833K0.419 N24X60.864Y39.013Z-73.340I-0.332J-0.836K0.438

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continious movement predefined tool paths are combined to form a single job (if possible) in order to optimise and simplify milling proces. tool start and end point are also defined.

colision control simulation of a miling proces. if necessery, tool path or tool lenght are adjusted in order to avoid tool colision with a stock model

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