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id sigradi2005_133
authors Luhan, Gregory A.
year 2005
title From art to part | DL-1_Resonance house®
source SIGraDi 2005 - [Proceedings of the 9th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics] Lima - Peru 21-24 november 2005, vol. 1, pp. 133-138
summary Moving from digital models and physical stereo lithographic models to hand-fabrication and digital assembly allowed the students to move from creation to completion. As part of our holistic design process, the studio fabricated almost all components for the project. These elements include the wood flooring and cantilevered staircase, the copper and wood skins, the building’s structural panels, and the two-story light vortex. This project—a single-family, in-fill house located within an historic downtown neighborhood—is subject to historic district zoning regulations, design guidelines, and Board of Architecture Review approvals. The students designed these areas through a series of two-dimensional plans and axonometric drawings, three-dimensional physical and digital models, and four-dimensional time-based animations. The building massing separates into two core elements: a gabled copper volume and a wood screen volume. The hinge point of the house is the light vortex. Photosensitive floor-mounted lights designed to augment the volume of natural light will provide a continuous light rendition on the sculpture. The project is scheduled for completion in October 2005.
series SIGRADI
email galuhan@uky.edu
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