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Dissertation

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D i g i t a l C a s t i n g II

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OK A r d u i n o II

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OK A r d u i n o I

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Recycling Material

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T e c h n i ca l S t u d i e s

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P e r f o r ma t i v e S l a b s

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P h o t o g r ap h y

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DISSERTATION_DESIGNING OF WATER MUSEUM VIA DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE

PORTFOLIO

ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN

ANIMATION

2017

Tutor: Amin Ghadirian

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DISSERTATION_DESIGNING OF WATER MUSEUM VIA DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2017

33-pol Bridge

Game Island

Ferdowsi Bridge

Location : Game Island, Between Ferdousi & 33 Pol Bridges, Zayandeh Rud River, Esfahan, IRAN

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DISSERTATION_DESIGNING OF WATER MUSEUM VIA DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN

Manager Room

Financial Room Amphitheatre Director Room

Museum

Museum

W.C Women

W.C Men

Buttery Room

Museum Director Room

Audio Visual Room

VOID

Conference Room

Secretary

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Plan_Top View

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3RD Floor Plan

2ND Floor Plan

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Information-Security

Garner

Museum

Museum

Temporary Gallery

Installation

VOID

Gallery

Garner

W.C Women

W.C Men

Praying Room Men

Protection Room

Praying Room Women

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1ST Floor Plan

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First Floor Plan

Basement

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Gallery_First Floor

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Museum_1St Floor

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DIGITAL CASTING II_CONCRETE CASTING ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN

MORPHOGENESISM.COM VIDEO

2014

Tutor: Zubin Khabazi My Position: Mould Making Teammates: Zoha Meisami, Foroogh Dehdashti, Soroush Baharzade, Nasim Marefat, Parham Mazaheri, Pejman Mardani, Marzieh Forghani, Reyhane Sistani, Maryam Mohammadi, Mehrnoosh Kohandel, Farahnaz Soleimani, Saeid Sadeghian, Mohammad Soroush Jooshesh, Adib Iravani, Ali Nosouhiyan, Soroush Asadi, Saba Vaseghi, Niloufar Gharavi, Esa Alishahi, Saeid Kalantari MOHAMMAD FARZADNIA | PORTFOLIO

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DIGITAL CASTING II_CONCRETE CASTING ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2017

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DIGITAL CASTING II_CONCRETE CASTING ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2017

This project focused on a shell made out of the pre-cast concrete pieces. While the concrete pieces were strong enought to bear the load of compressive forces, since it was not a single piece, tension cables added to the system for attaching them togetehr with tensile forces. Two systems worked together in the formation of the shell.

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DIGITAL CASTING II_CONCRETE CASTING ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2017

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OK ARDUINO II_SPIDER PROJECT ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2015

Tutor: Amin Bahrami My Position: Programmer Teammates: Shahrouz Beheshti, Negar Behzad, Niloufar Rahimi, Masoud Ghasemi

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OK ARDUINO II_SPIDER PROJECT ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2015

Hook

Stepper Box (portable, hanging on the vertical surface) Box Stepper Gear

Power Suply

Microcontroler ARDUINO

Grasshopper

Stepper Motor, Servo

Pen holder Pen or marker (moving inside the fixed cylander) Pen holder(the way that pen and servo motor work with each other)

Servo motor ( converting the rotational movement to the linear one)

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OK ARDUINO II_SPIDER PROJECT ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2015

C a

b

y

B

a , b > 30 mathematical relations

Sin a Sin b Sin c ___ = ___ = ___ A B C

A c

x = B.Cos a

y ___ B

y = B.Sin a

Sin a =

x

Developing the project through two Ultrosonic

Geometrical justification

for Reset the plotter and recognizing the coordinates of Pen holder

L

Stepper 1

x Cos a = ___ B

T1

Stepper 2

T2

Ultrosonic Sensor

Ultrosonic A

Gravity

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Ultrosonic B

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OK ARDUINO I_SNAKE PROJECT

TEHRANPLATFORM.COM

ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2015

Tutor: Amin Bahrami My Position: Programmer Teammates: Saeed Iranpoor, Parinaz Kabiri, Hosein Yazdani

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OK ARDUINO I_SNAKE PROJECT ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2015

Frequency

Input

140 - Threshold of Pain 130 - Jet Taking Off (200 ft.away) 120 - Operating Heavy Equipment 110 - Night Club (w/music) 100 - Construction Site 90 - Boiler Room 80 - Freight Train ( 100 ft.away) 70 - Classroom Chatter 60 - Conversation ( 3ft.away) 50 - Urban Residence 40 - Soft Whisper (5 ft.away) 30 - North Rim of Grand Canyon 20 - Silent Study Room 10 0 - Threshold of Hearing (1000 Hz)

Running Motors

Drawing

Period Noise Wave

Wavelength

120

1 second Time

1

2

3

Frequency = 3 Hertz

Sound Source

90 dB

84 dB

1

2

110 100 90 80 70 60 50

Sound pressure level (dB)

Typical Sound Levels (dBA)

Sound Analyzing

Frequency

Speaker completely forward

Speaker at rest

40 30 20 10

Speaker completely rearward 0

78 dB 3

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Distance in meters

Slow

20

50

100

300

1K Frequency (Hz)

3K

10K 20K

90

180 Degrees

270

360

Fast

One thing that has always been considered for human is an ability to visualizing sound and drawing Pictures. So we studied about audio input and output parameters and tried to analyze the frequency and intensity of sound, because the frequency and intensity of sound is important for us to analyzing sounds.We used two gearboxes motors because of limitation of using servo and stepper motors.also, to create different patterns, some holes designed that can access to goal by changing arm position. One of two motors run by maximum of frequency and other motor run by intensity of sounds. Also, the motors move Opposite direction of each other. 17

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OK ARDUINO I_SNAKE PROJECT ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2015

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RECYCLING MATERIAL ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2013

Tutor: Raha Ashrafi My Position: Assembling Teammates: Amir raeisi, Maryam Amini, Shamim Sheshbolooki, Arezoo Mozaffari

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RECYCLING MATERIAL ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2013

This exercise was a study in reprocessing waste materials.Understanding the aptitude of a material which would otherwise be discarded, and subsequently re-inventing a pertinent use for it was the fundamental objective of this study. The constraints consisted of the amount of material available to each group as well as the type of material available. Each group determined a plausible use for the material and elected a particular method of joining, construction and assembly; again, based on the material potential.

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TECHNICAL STUDIES ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2013

Tutor: Raha Ashrafi My Position: Drawing + Assembling

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TECHNICAL STUDIES ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2013

Paper as an accessible , inexpensive material, is simple enough to be operated by the inexperienced, and yet is flexible enough to create complex geometries and 3 dimensional shapes through specific techniques. This created the opportunity to better understand how to interact with a material, understand its capabilities and experiment with techniques through identifying the control points and control values it depends on. The ultimat goal was to design a wall with a unique bottom-up approach.

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TECHNICAL STUDIES ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2013

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PERFORMATIVE SLABS_FLOATING SLABS PROJECT

VIDEO

ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2013

Tutor: Farshad Mehdizade My Position: Maquette Making Teammates: NegarAmiri, Hamed Abbasi, Safura Kazemi, Mohsen Moeini, Behzad Moayedi, Mohammad Meyzari

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PERFORMATIVE SLABS_FLOATING SLABS PROJECT ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2013

Inappropriate shapes

Appropriate shapes

Plan_Curves for laser cutting

This project focused on the slabs that can react based on enviroment and requirement.These slabs are able to move via air pumps whereby we`ll have more spaces. In order to create these spaces, we were required to use appropriate geometries based on their responsiveness which brings us more reactions. Alterability item has been considered in this project whereby you can alter spaces by your own desire.

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PERFORMATIVE SLABS_FLOATING SLABS PROJECT ISFAHAN, ISFAHAN, IRAN 2013

AIR PUMP

AIR PUMP

AIR PUMP

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PHOTOGRAPHY THUNDER MAN

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PHOTOGRAPHY PATTERN TO THE FUTURE

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PHOTOGRAPHY INFINITY

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FARZADNIA 2012-2017

M.Farzadnia Architecture Portfolio (2012-2017)  

Bachelor of Interior Architecture Portfolio, Daneshpajoohan university, Isfahan, IRAN (2012-17) #Computational Design #Fabrication #Interact...

M.Farzadnia Architecture Portfolio (2012-2017)  

Bachelor of Interior Architecture Portfolio, Daneshpajoohan university, Isfahan, IRAN (2012-17) #Computational Design #Fabrication #Interact...

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