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Re-Emerge Pavilion, a collaboration between AA [EmTech] and Hassell

Photography: Studio NAARO

Architectural Association (AA) Emergent Technologies & Design (EmTech) Post-Graduate Programme and Hassell in London have collaborated to create a new pavilion in Bedford Square.

EmTech Post-Graduate Programme at the Architectural Association has a long history in designing and creating structures and pavilions. This year’s pavilion is titled Re-Emerge and is the first time since the pandemic that the students could closely work together, fabricate and assemble a full scale structure.

For this collaboration, Hassell gave the students the challenge to keep the carbon footprint of the project to an absolute minimum and therefore only use reclaimed timber.

Xavier De Kestelier, Head of Design at Hassell said: “The students really took on the challenge with both hands and decided early on to build the pavilion out of timber from reclaimed wooden pallets”

The Re-Emerge pavilion explores new design and construction technologies that repurpose materials which have completed their first life cycle towards innovative structural formations. The project addresses themes of generative design, material computation, large-scale fabrication and assembly technologies, emphasising the pavilion's ecological impact from the early phases of the design process onwards.

Re-emerge revives the tradition of building on Bedford Square as a collaboration between an academic programme at the AA and partners from the world of practice, to test ideas at scale and imagine new possibilities.

Dr. Elif Erdine, Director of the EmTech Program said: "This collaboration with Hassell demonstrates a successful illustration of how academia and practice can come together to discover novel solutions to complex spatial and material problems. With the support of our other sponsors, BuroHappold Engineering and One Click LCA, EmTech and Hassell explored new design and construction technologies for repurposing timber."

She added: "As designers, architects, and engineers, we share the responsibility to maintain a mindful approach towards our environment while designing and building. Our mutual insight into how construction waste can be a useful resource has originated this research into repurposing timber for an outdoor structure that is lightweight, emphasising the project’s ecological impact from the early phases of the design process."

The EMTECH (Emergent Technologies and Design Programme) is a post-professional graduate degree at the Architectural Association open to graduates in architecture and engineering who wish to develop skills and pursue knowledge in architectural design science that is located in new production paradigms. We are continuing to investigate new synergies of architecture and ecology through the critical intersection of computational design and fabrication. Our projects are pursued by multiple iterations through hypothesis, material and computational experimentation, robotic fabrication, and evaluation; reflected upon in verbal presentations and group discussions and documented in analytical and scientifically structured papers.

ShapeDiver Open Beta Invitation

ShapeDiver's new platform is (almost) ready! 

In collaboration with the CORE team, they've developed a major update to their infrastructure in order to support lots of new features but also to improve the performance and flexibility of the data flows through their servers.

You can now take part in it, explore some new features and give them your feedback, comments, and bug reports ahead of the public release.

Complete details about the new platform...

Introduction to V-Ray for Rhino 7 Online Course

Rhino3D.Education offers online courses in Rhino, Grasshopper, Computational Design, GhPython, PanelingTools, RhinoCAM, V-Ray, and more!

We invite you to register for our new Introduction to Rendering with V-Ray for Rhino 7 course in Spanish by Valeria Palacio and also for the Work In Process (WIP) English version, which will be available by the end of the year, but you can get an early start now!

This course is for designers who want to see their ideas come to life. V-Ray is a tool that will allow you to create high-quality renders with the possibility of creating and editing materials, lights, and geometries. In this introductory course, the user will learn the V-Ray interface and approach complex renderings, exploring various possibilities this tool offers in product and space rendering.

Register now and give your models a realistic appearance!

Plus: Upon completion, you will receive a certificate of attendance.
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Chaos Group Releases V-Ray 5 for Rhino

Live Real-Time Visualization Provides Immediate Feedback, Speeding Up Design Iterations Before the Final RenderLOS ANGELES, Calif. – November 19, 2020 – Today, Chaos Group…Continue

Tags: chaos, group, grasshopper, rhino, 5

Started by Liaison PR in Announcements Nov 20, 2020.

Chaos Group Releases V-Ray 3 for Rhino

New Easy to Use, Powerful Rendering Software for Architecture and Product Design; Now VR-Ready LOS ANGELES, Calif. – April 5, 2017 – Today, Chaos Group released …Continue

Started by Colin in Announcements Apr 5, 2017.


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