Connect it – Advanced interconnected strings

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advanced-interconnected-stringsBack in 2009 when we started this research, we looked in depth at cellular expansions through space and we’ve found that they have an amazing ability to transfer information from one to the other. Now, you might think that the information is transferred the way space is transferred and that the fabric of space holds the sequences of these expansions and therefore, a valid point to suggest that the space is in fact the memory. We know how to create it, but we don’t know how it has been created. The questions through which we hope to unfold a fabric of space.

What is AIS?

AIS is a basic experimental model which acts as a post and beam structure from point 0 to almost infinite. Being able to calculate its own weight, the structure is defining new points of expansion through clusters that quantify three models from our living environment. These clusters are work, live and green.

The structure is also flexible, while its joints are fixed, the post and beam system works perfectly to accommodate movement, while the holes which are left in the expansion connect with other structural supports that takes the place of the bones. AIS is no more than a fabric, which is flexible and can be adapted to cover the ‘bone’s and act as a skin, but also a structure.

Where can be applied?

AIS has been tested in virtual environments and worked for the formation of cities and as mentioned above, robots. This can be adapted and other applications in research because it softness the articulations and a new line in portability can be set.

AIS works very well for property developers and it cuts cost down and also can be 3D printed. The supply chain, the manufacture process and the execution is above any other system.

If you’d like to discover more about the model, you can contact Andrei Toma on 02034758995.

 

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BlobHouse – The greenest in house developments

The Modulare Green House

The BlobHouse is a green house prototype which is being developed since 2009 as part of the ICDS Arch research programme. This house it is unique in its way of being a green house as it is designed to match the current economic climate which the world has.

We’ve done research in world wide trends in terms of jobs and economic sustainability and we came to the conclusion that the world needs a change tot the residential market, as there it is not a solid design to sustain and incorporate a green agenda to the meet a Kyoto protocol in world of green development. Our research show an increase in singular entrepreneurial person which are running their own business from home. Other increase is in people working for companies from home. In order to provide a healthy and comfortable environment for these people, the BlobHouse has developed its unique strategy in matching requirements aimed at universal usage for those who work, or own a business environment from home.

BlobHouse – Green Lounge and Kitchen

The access to the house is made via the enclosed garden which leads to the lounge and the kitchen of the house. A stair leads to the work module which is facing the south of the house to keep the office cool, while the office is also providing heath which is conserved and used to warm up the house.

From the lounge you also have access to the bedrooms above . Also above you will find the toilets which act as duo for office and residential use.

The house has been developed to meet plasticity of intersecting transparency in the whole house, where everything looks private from outside and public inside, where everything is familiar and open.

Live Module Intersecting work and green

By incorporating these modules together was with the aim to bring down the cost you spend on your services, but also to give that sense of  living the green. Also we wanted to keep the private part of the office routine and not interfere with the lounge, where in most cases of house developments it was a problem.

The Work module sits above all modules and provides views from wide screen covering the module. At the bottom of the module you will find the reception area where the secretary and archives sit. At the top you will find an open plan space to accommodate up to five people.

BlobHouse Façade

If you ever ask yourself how this façade will be possible to manufacture from glass, you will find that we’re using only only green materials from which can be recycled. The façade will be made from thermoplastic which gives us the opportunity to make the globe to look like this. This is a prototype and some divisions are made to incorporate and maintain a portability of the house as well.

We will post any new developments which we will find suitable for the open public.

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RESEARCH:

It is interesting going back to maths formulas and discovering that placing them into a graphic visualising processor could generate spatial posibilities.

I am aiming to virtually connect the whole space of my Genotype into artificial self sustain system(alive).

These basic interior renders would be the starting point of my proposed interior development, forms evolving from one point, fallowing the given algorithms.

With this research the aim is to bring periodically rules as P(0)X4, P(0)X5, P(0)X6 into molecular interaction with the proposed spatial geometry. I am thinking maybe this way  I could better articulate the existing connections between existing spatial development and the proposed inter-articulations.

The system is not new, and it is easy to understand. Basically I want to introduce the concepts of molecular arrangements into spatial programs, input and output algorithms, which are in articulations with at least one element within case study ” the genotype dwelling“.

If I better connect spatial arrangements , it could generate better spatial performance, placing social systems in continuous flow. Of course this is not new to the existing social system. What brings new is the web like amplitude between :

  1. space and development
  2. connection and performance
  3. interchangeability and mutability