The chapter explains the studies the New Fundamentals Research Group is carrying out on the digital update of stereotomy. Between the various experiments, the chapter focuses on the group or prototypes designed by the geometry of the hyperbolic paraboloid, both at the macro (architectural organism) and micro scale (architectural elements). Several full-scale prototypes have been designed and built, using specific parametric codes, to define the geometrical morphogenesis properties of the built structural morphologies. Consequent theoretical reflections are fully explained.

Fallacara, G., Barberio, M. (2018). Parametric morphogenesis, robotic fabrication, and construction of novel stereotomic hypar morphologies: Hypar gate, hypar wall, and hypar vault. In D. D'Uva (a cura di), Handbook of Research on Form and Morphogenesis in Modern Architectural Contexts (pp. 329-353). IGI Global [10.4018/978-1-5225-3993-3.ch016].

Parametric morphogenesis, robotic fabrication, and construction of novel stereotomic hypar morphologies: Hypar gate, hypar wall, and hypar vault

Barberio, Maurizio
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2018-01-01

Abstract

The chapter explains the studies the New Fundamentals Research Group is carrying out on the digital update of stereotomy. Between the various experiments, the chapter focuses on the group or prototypes designed by the geometry of the hyperbolic paraboloid, both at the macro (architectural organism) and micro scale (architectural elements). Several full-scale prototypes have been designed and built, using specific parametric codes, to define the geometrical morphogenesis properties of the built structural morphologies. Consequent theoretical reflections are fully explained.
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Fallacara, G., Barberio, M. (2018). Parametric morphogenesis, robotic fabrication, and construction of novel stereotomic hypar morphologies: Hypar gate, hypar wall, and hypar vault. In D. D'Uva (a cura di), Handbook of Research on Form and Morphogenesis in Modern Architectural Contexts (pp. 329-353). IGI Global [10.4018/978-1-5225-3993-3.ch016].
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