Tag Archives: Modelling

in_flux: massing studies

-Parametric model study of massing and integration of program into site and building. -JB

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in_flux studio: modelling studies

–Human interactions within the domestic environment may be reduced to ones interaction with horizontal planar elements and the activities which occur around them within the dwelling. Re-imagining the domestic environment through the flexibility of the “step”, the current trajectory for the project is centered around the domestic dwelling as a series of planar elements where […]

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Spotlight: MatterDesign

-‘As part of the research for the Princeton Envelope Group, this envelope was developed in pursuit of an envelope as atmosphere. As opposed to con sid er ing the enve lope as a her­metic seal, this facade breaths, conditions, and cleans. This specific prototype is for the American Apparel factory build ing in Los Angeles. […]

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Thesis Precedents

-Precedent study for thesis project at the University of Michigan Digital Mania Thesis Seminar.

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the house of red + white | katyn memorial

-Archimorph’s submittal for the HOUSE of RED+WHITE competition entry; Katyn Massacre Memorial.

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plasmatic viscosity

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H9: BAR CEILING CONCEPT III

The latest iteration in the bar design for Hangar 9.

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your sukkah: pre-submittal

-The above selected images were produced throughout the design process of the Sukkah City competition. The model was constructed parametrically in Rhino Grasshopper to stack cylindrical tubes in an irregular shifting grid, both to account for built-in furniture as well as extruded symbols on exterior walls. The tubes are exported from the Grasshopper definition to […]

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archimorph + vers: Your-sUKKAH

YOur-Sukkah | a universal conversation ignited by Sukkot. During Sukkot all nations are called to build a Sukkah and in it re-enact daily experiences like eating, sleeping, learning, contemplating, sharing, and rejoicing with family, among friends, alone, and with strangers of all sorts. YOur-Sukkah seizes this mitzvah and incites visitors to communicate with one another […]

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A Comparative Computer Simulation of Dendritic Morphology

Dendritic morphology underlies many aspects of nervous system structure and function. Dendrites, along with axons, define the connectivity of the brain [1],[2], and play a large role in information processing at the single cell level [3],[4]. Many studies have highlighted the importance of dendritic branching pattern in neuronal behavior. Mainen and Sejnowski [5] have shown […]

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