Quick link to my Integrated Design Report as published on Issuu:
Please see below for the Integrated Design Report associated with my Thesis Project.
Click on the link to see a full version.
Here is the latest from studio Lazenby
We had the opportunity to pitch our ideas for the end of year Pavilion to Dr Rebekka Kill (the head of Art, Architecture and Design) this week. The meeting was productive and Rebekka was able to give valuable input by critiquing the proposals from an artistic perspective, giving insight into how the installations might be perceived as public art.
Developments of the tensegrity system. Use of kangaroo physics to simulate multiple iterations of tensegrity. Variables include number of struts, rest lengths, elasticity to test and optimise this continuous tensile compressive system.
Experimentation with aggregation of different tendules in a tower system was also a notion addressed.
Coordination of varied elements moving using the previously developed system. singular members moving in unison to create a fluid and dynamic form from linear panels.
Animation of the variable surface system currently under development, utilising a combination of panelled elements, hinges and pivots