DESIGN 102 / SP-09 FINAL
Prof. BLASETTI / THOMAS STROMAN
M AT E R I A L R E S P O N S E S T O F O R C E S I N M O T I O N
COMPONENT: Monotype Profile of a Compound Mitered Crown Molding MODULE: Four Components Joined in Opposing Tiered Pattern -
B A R R I E R I S L A N D S : A C O N T I N U O I U S R E S PO N S E TO W I N D, WAV E A N D S O L A R E N E R G Y
Crystalline Geometry that met Population and Spatial Parameters
POPULATION PARAMETERS: High Density within a Sustainable Growth System
Wave Interference Patterns
Identifying a Limited Set of Linear (solid) and Vertical (liquid) Anchor (Cartesian) Points within the Response to Accommodate Footings for Architectural Interventions.
Indexing the Arrayed Footings in an Alpha/Numeric Sequence Free from Nodal Bias.
ARCHITECTURE: Opposing Elliptical Vortices of Interlaced and Structurally Symbiotic Members -
Creation of Spaces Permeated by Forces in Dynamic Tension: Manipulation of Flow Parameters
Combining Fixed Coordinates (landscape response) with Vectors (design/material response)
Implementing Interventions Best Suited to Programmatic Objectives by Exploiting the Inflected Effects of Historical Forces upon the Site. (Accellerated Time Lapse Example: Structural Fluctuations within Dune Migration, Panel 2)
Maintaining Genetic Consistency within an Opportunistic Tectonic Narrative.
Orchestration of Opposing Tectonic Loads to Achieve Structural Equilibrium.
Uses: Marina Tidal/Hydro-Electric Energy Generation Plant Tidal Velocity Arrestor/Erosion Restrictor
WAV E 1 WAV E 4
Merging Vortices: Colors show Vorticity; Red is
If Two Vortices of the Same Sign are Near Each
High Positive Vorticity and Blue is Zero Vorticity.
Other, they will Rotate Around Each Other.
WAV E 2 WAV E 3
Close Vortices, Like Those Shown, Will Merge
R E C U R S I V E W A V E I N T E R F E R E N C E PAT T E R N S
WAV E 5
An Exploration into Indexing the Cumulative Material Responses (modules) to Historical Forces (waves 1-5, P 2) within a Site at a Particular Time/Condition: Forms Orientated with Motion that are Animated yet Stable. (Based on the Cymatics experiments of Dr . Hans Jenny)