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The Obverse/Reverse Pavilion: An Example of Form-Finding With Isogeometric Analysis in the Design of Temporary, Low-Cost and Eco-Friendly Structure

Version 1 : Received: 1 April 2021 / Approved: 13 April 2021 / Online: 13 April 2021 (13:17:11 CEST)

How to cite: Łątka, J.F.; Święciak, M. The Obverse/Reverse Pavilion: An Example of Form-Finding With Isogeometric Analysis in the Design of Temporary, Low-Cost and Eco-Friendly Structure. Preprints 2021, 2021040358 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202104.0358.v1). Łątka, J.F.; Święciak, M. The Obverse/Reverse Pavilion: An Example of Form-Finding With Isogeometric Analysis in the Design of Temporary, Low-Cost and Eco-Friendly Structure. Preprints 2021, 2021040358 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202104.0358.v1).

Abstract

Temporary pavilions play an important role as experimental fields for architects, designers and engineers, apart from providing exhibition spaces. Novel structural and formal solutions applied in pavilions also can give them unusual appearance that attracts eyesight of spectators. In this article authors explore the possibility of combination of structural novelty, visual attractiveness and low-cost by a design and construction of a temporary pavilion. For that purpose, an innovative structural system and design approach was applied, i.e. membrane structure designed in Rhino and Grasshopper environments with the use of Kiwi!3D IsoGeometric analysis tool. The designed pavilion, named Obverse/Reverse, was built in Opole, Poland, for the occasion of World Architecture Day in July 2019. Design and construction was performed by the authors in cooperation with students’ organisation Humanisation of Urban Environment from the Faculty of Architecture Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. The Rresultant pavilion proved the possibility of obtaining a low-budgets but visually attractive architectural solution with the adaption of parametrical design tools and some scientific background with innovative structural systems.

Subject Areas

parametric design, paper in architecture, temporary architecture, pop-up structures, membrane structures, isogeometric analysis, fabrication

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