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Folding Matters. Workshop in Tehran

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itke research associate Axel Körner will be part of the folding matters workshop at the Contemporary Architects Association in Tehran from August 4 to 17 2018.

The workshop explores the potential of transforming initially flat sheet materials into self-supporting structures of complex and double curved geometries by utilizing principles of curved-line folding.

For more information see:

http://caai.ir/folding-matters


BioMat @ Hannover Messe 2018

Die BioMat Forschungsabteilung am ITKE präsentiert vom 23.-27. April ihre Arbeiten auf der Hannover Messe 2018, der weltgrößten Messe für Industrie, Investitionsgüter, Forschung und Innovation. An einem gemeinsamen Stand mit der Universität Stuttgart und dem Land Baden-Württemberg werden neue nachhaltige Materialentwicklungen sowie aktuelle Projekte aus Forschung und Lehre gezeigt.


Schalenbauwerke für die Bundesgartenschau Heilbronn 2019

Innovative pavilion buildings for the Bundesgartenschau Heilbronn 2019
Institute for Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) – Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jan Knippers
Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD) – Prof. Achim Menges
University of Stuttgart – Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning

The Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD) and the Institute for Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) at the University of Stuttgart are developing two highly innovative, biologically inspired pavilions for the 2019 Bundesgartenschau in Heilbronn. Both are globally unique, light-weight structures that are fully computationally designed and robotically fabricated. The two pavilions embody and express the strength of innovation typical for the State of Baden-Württemberg, which has been an internationally recognized centre for lightweight constructions, biomimetics, and the development of digital technologies in architecture for several decades. By acting as the main funding body, the state will play a prominent role in the exhibition.


ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2013/14 at the Design Society in Shenzhen, China

Inaugural Exhibition of the Design Society, Shenzhen, 2017

The ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2013/14 is now on display as part of the exhibition “Minding the Digital” organized by the Design Society Shenzhen. The project is part of a successful series of research pavilions which showcase the potential of novel design, simulation and fabrication processes in architecture. The project was planned and constructed within one and a half years by students and researchers within a multi-disciplinary team of biologists, paleontologists, architects and engineers.


ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2016-2017 wird bei ACADIA 2017 vorgestellt

The paper “Multi-Machine Fabrication: An Integrative Design Process Utilising an Autonomous UAV and Industrial Robots for the Fabrication of Long-Span Composite Structures ” (Felbrich, B., Früh, N., Prado, M.,; Saffarian, S., Solly, J., Vasey, L., Knippers, J., Menges, A.) will be presented at the upcoming ACADIA conference held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


German Design Award 2018 für den Elytra Filament Pavillon

The Elytra: Filament Pavilion at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London has received the German Design Award Winner 2018 in the Architecture category. The German Design Award is awarded annually by the German Design Council.


Buch zur Ausstellung Baubionik

Baubionik – Biologie beflügelt Architektur. Herausgeben von Jan Knippers, Ulrich Schmid, Thomas Speck und dem Naturkundemuseum Stuttgart. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde, Serie C, ISSN 0341-0161.


Ausstellung im Schloss Rosenstein: baubionik – biologie beflügelt architektur

Der von der DFG geförderte Sonderforschungsbereich Transregio 141 ‘Biological Design and Integrative Structures – Analysis, Simulation and Implementation in Architecture’ zeigt vom 19. Oktober 2017 bis 6. Mai 2018 seine bisherigen Forschungsergebnisse im Naturkundemuseum Stuttgart Schloss Rosenstein. Flankiert wird die Ausstellung durch jeweils einen Vortrag pro Monat und zwei eintägige Workshops.