Interwoven Systems

31 01 2010

Interwoven Systems was a project done by Agata Kycia and Krzysztof Gornicki under the guidence of dr. Nimish Biloria and ir. Marco Verde at the Hyperbody TU Delft. Its aim was to investigate computational processes in architecture, starting from behavioral simulations, going through generative procedures till digital fabrication. During development of the project, different parametric processes were applied to achieve high complexity of the final form, and allow for its final materialization.

The first part of the studio work was focused on creating real time analysis system, which was working as a form finding machine, giving different outputs based on specific parameters setup. For this purpose Processing application was created as an main computational tool, which allowed us to interact in real-time with generated form and play with multi-agent environment. Swarm intelligence ideas were used here as a theoretical framework, which helped us with dealing with high complexity forms, those that consists of thousands of elements. As the final result of this analysis we received three dimensional pattern representing desired configuration of parameters.

Video presents Processing application, which was finally used in a form finding process. It allows for real-time interaction with the system by seting up different local parameters in specific places of the site.

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2d voronoi pattern

29 01 2010

This voronoi pattern was generated using Rhinoscript.  The first script distributes points according to an attractor  then moves these points with the mathematical equation. In this script I was focused on simulating a movement of  water which could be transformed into a 2d pattern.  The second script  generates a 2d voronoi.

Project at  Gage/Clemenceau Architects