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id acadia06_556
authors Johnson, J., Gattegno, N.
year 2006
title Future Cities Lab | Energy Farm: Seoul Opera House
source Synthetic Landscapes [Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture] pp. 556-559
summary The patterning ranges are developed by merging images of the river surface with tonal ranges that pair with the desired transparency of the metal surface. Water surface images were chosen for the non-uniform distribution of tone. Light tonal areas create small punches, while dark tonal areas create larger punches. The water composite image is rasterized in a half-tone patterning and converted to fabrication data with RhinoScripts for CNC production.
series ACADIA
email johnson@future-cities-lab.net
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