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Production Process

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BASIC DESIGN II 2016 - 2017 SPRING FINAL PROJECT The component

the PAVILION

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The component we searched had to answer some caracteristics in terms of flexibility. We developed a component which is not a space frame system and which can progress in the desired direction and which can be stabilized. The material used to construct the component is 8 milimeters cylyndric woodensticks. To do a component we use 20 wooden sticks and 15 connectors. For each component dimensions varies according to the direction the height or the weight that we arrange to procure the form of the pavilion.

A BASIC DESIN PROJEC

The component

The component unfolded

Superpimposed component

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The component we searched had to answer some caracteristics in terms of flexibility. We developed a component which is not a space frame system and which can progress in the desired direction and which can be stabilized. The material used to construct the TANGLED Our in our final project was iterating over on an other The aim components expand by stacking a component component is 8 milimeters cylyndric woodensticks. To do a component we use 20 wooden BASIC DESIN PROJECT 3.5 meters of spanning technique component topath get by theusing desired general aspect with and the form sticks and 15 connectors. For each component dimensions varies according to the direction double layered knitting. intent was making this of the pavillon that weOur construct. the height or the weight that we arrange to procure the form of the pavilion.

structure compatible with human form by deforming and adapting our knitting system. We built two types of connection points. One is providing three way motion for every connection point itself, the other makes us to be able to lock our structure in that provided position. Using these components and techniques we were able to construct the macroform which was designed with CAD programs.

The wooden sticks are assembled like this way before being enrolled in order to close the component. Types of connection between components

Types of connection between components

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Superpimposed component

Drawings Drawings

The These are the firsts drawings which inspired the form of thecomponents pavillon. expand

by stacking a component on an other

These are the firsts drawings which inspiredcomponent the formtoof getthe thepavillon. desired general aspect and the form Members of the groups are: of the pavillon that we construct.

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Two tecnhiques are PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE used to join a component to an other one. The first one consist Two tecnhiques are PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE on joining a component used to join a component by the sides of components, to an other one. in other words it consist first one consist to get in The common sticks TOP TOP on joining a component between components. by the components, The other one sides is theofusing in at other words it consist ofconnector joint point. to get in common sticks TOP TOP between components. The other one is the using ofconnector at joint point.

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SIDE CONNECTION

RIGHT SIDE CONNECTION

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These are the firsts drawings which inspired the form of the pavillon. The first prototype trials with various connectors.

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POINT CONNECTION

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POINT CONNECTION


BASIC DESIGN II 2016 - 2017 SPRING FINAL PROJECT

Connection elements

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A BASIC DESIN PROJEC

The next step of assembly

First step of assembly Product specifications 60.00

The next step consist on screwing on a central point the pre-assembled component with the necessary number of connections 5,6 or 8.

The pieces are joined in few steps. Firstly, two pieces are twisted in a precise way 90degrees then they are screwed and finaly they are twisted again.

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To answer our needs9.00in terms of elements to use in connection point we searched on3.00the market an existing piece but we didn’t 2.50 2.50 find any efficient connection element. To be efficient, the piece that we hope to find have to answer some caracteristics. First, we dimension had tothat know that theproductor connection element will be used This is the we given to the in to cut an iron sheet of 1.2mm thickness. We tried toorder connect wooden sticks between them. The connection element other thickness like 0.8mm,1mm and 1,5mm but the more needs to for beusable tothickness fix any sticks efficient is 1.2mm of iron sheet. in any given position and to connect five, six or eight sticks in one connection point. (The dimensions on the diagram are in milimeters.) 3 Dimensionnal aspect

The two twisted pieces are screwed in one point in order to get

any desired rotation. That is why we entreprised to developtheapermit connection element which will answer to our needs. We imagined a multi-directional connectors, we designed it and we thinked about the process of production. In result of our works we decided to print the Connection elements element which compose our connection element by using iron sheet cut by lazer cutting technology.

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6 points connectors

8 points connectors

Connectors and knots on the componen

In the component there are sticks which form crosses, these sticks ar AtTo the same time we developed techniques like For production knoted at their intersections using Mark 2 square Knot techniques wit answer our needs in terms of elements to use in connection jute rope. The other points are joining sticks using the connector system assembly pieces of the that we developed. point weto searched on the the market an existing piece connection but we didn’t element in the find efficient any efficient way. connection be efficient, the more The element. piecesTohad been joined in a chained Connectors and knots on the component piece that we hope to find have to answer some caracteristics. In the component there are sticks which form crosses, these sticks are production mentality by a group of four persons. First, we had to know that the connection element will be used

to connect wooden sticks between them. The connection element needs to be able to fix any sticks in any given position and to connect five, six or eight sticks in one connection point. That is why we entreprised to develop a connection element which will answer to our needs. We imagined a multi-directional connectors, we designed it and we thinked about the process of production. In result of our works we decided to print the element which compose our connection element by using iron sheet cut by lazer cutting technology. At the same time we developed techniques like For production system to assembly the pieces of the connection element in the more efficient way. The pieces had been joined in a chained production mentality by a group of four persons.

knoted at their intersections using Mark 2 square Knot techniques with jute rope. The other points are joining sticks using the connector that we developed.

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BASIC DESIGN II 2016 - 2017 SPRING FINAL PROJECT Perspecttive of the pavilion

TANGLED The environement pavillon in the environement The pavillon in the

Perspecttive of the pavilion

A BASIC DESIN PROJEC

The flexibility of the structure provide to us the possibility to reduce the thikness of the form near the top of the pavillon and to separate an arm in two arms. The reasons why we prefered to reduce the thickness on the flexibility of the giving structure provide to ustothe possibility to reduce top are firstly confidence to people enter in the pavilion, the thikness formthis near the top of the pavillonenforcement. and to separate otherof onethe is that reducing provide a structural

The the an arm in two arms. The reasons why we prefered to reduce the thickness on the top are firstly giving confidence to people to enter in the pavilion, the other one is that this reducing provide a structural enforcement.

pavilion have entrance area and en The pavilion have threeThe entrance area andthree enough place to accomodate anyone whom wants to sit accomodate anyone whom wants to sit in the interior of the in the i or to just permit to people to walk un pavilion or just permitpavilion to people walk under.

Top view of the pavilion The space under the pavilion is appropriately designed for human 16 comportement.

Top view of the pavilion The space

under the pavilion is appropriately designed for human

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AA ISTANBUL VISITING SCHOOL 2017

ROBOTIC MEDIATIONS Architectural Association School of Architecture in collabration with Istanbul Bilgi University of Architecture


SURFACE TREATMENT PERFORATION A1

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SURFACE TREATMENT PERFORATION Lots of different types of kerfing are experimented with cardboard to achieve various volumes. Then trials continued with the real material, aluminium. Through physical model trials; bends and streches, the most efficient pattern was selected and processed to the global form.

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SURFACE TREATMENT PERFORATION The kerfing is enriched by the three dimensionality. The perforated material is pushed, pulled or stretched from sides in order to get the cambers on the surface.

LIGHTING

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SURFACE TREATMENT TEXTURE

SURFACE TREATMENT TEXTURE

Aim was creating a machine that will work efficiently to apply a texture on metal the sheets. First prototype was consisted of the idea to sandwich the metal sheet between negative and positive pattern carvigs by two carlifters and a spring back system. Since the first version of the machine could not ressist the pressure, sizes of the machine was decreased. Also to strengthen the system iron support was added.

SURFACE TREATMENT TEXTURE

positive block

(pocketing)

The purpose of the team was searching for a texture that will be on the metal sheets and to find a technique to produce it. Trial period started with basic techniques like pressing, hammering, drilling and scratching.

negative block (profiling)

LIGHTING The relation between the surface and the light is shaped by reflections and shadows on both the wall and sheets. There are two types of colours, amber and daylight that merge on the kerfing parts. The light, reflected on the panels, are positioned according to kerfings. The density of amber coloured lights are more and they are located according to increase shadow effects on the wall.

texture result


ROBOTING PROTOTYPING ROBOTING PROTOTYPING The robotics team has been assigned to construct a system that bends and twists the aluminium sheets with the help of a robot. In order to accomplish this; cylinders and connectors were adopted to the system to utilize bending features of the cylinder. However, the system was not adequate to remain standing for the adapted design - cylinders were removed to improve the strength of the system. Since the elements were replaced according to their roles, a simplified mechanism was introduced in order to fix the aluminum sheet.

ROBOTING PROTOTYPING

ROBOTING PROTOTYPING


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