Twisted Tower I

Twisted Tower I

form + structure

Defying Tectonic Boundaries, 2007-10

Tectonic Boundaries | The oscillation between contrasting modes of thinking is an interesting part of the design process. To explore the structural dimension in architecture, a series of investigations are crucial to any architectural project out of which a possible structural solution will emerge.

Three conditions apply:

  • cell as a unit to generate form
  • light responsiveness
  • capacity

 

Twisted Tower I // side view
structure | plan view
form | plan view
structure | perspective view
structure | perspective view
structure | perspective view
form | perspective view
theoria:

3D modelling
tetrahedron
twist
behaviours

 

 

 

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