BE-AM Built Environment – Additive Manufacturing Symposium 2019

On November 20, 2019 the symposium BE-AM | Built Environment – Additive Manufacturing will take place at the Formnext, Frankfurt. For the fifth time, Prof. Dr.-Ing Ulrich Knaack (Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design, ISMD) and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Oliver Tessmann (Digital Design Unit, DDU) invite experts from practice, research and industry  to explore the current status and future potential of additive manufacturing for construction and architecture.

Digitalisation has significantly changed design and planning in recent years. With 3D printing, this development is now migrating into the realm of construction. Materials such as concrete, clay and steel are used in additive manufacturing processes and 3D printers reach dimensions that suit the needs of construction. At the same time, complex material requirements, compliance with standards and norms and the integration of new processes into established procedures on site represent challenges that still have to be mastered.

 

Speakers:

 

to be announced

Location:

Formnext

 

Date:

20. November 2019, 9:00 – 17:00

 

Registration

has not been opened

 

 

Contact:

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Fachbereich Architektur

DDU – Digital Design Unit – Digitales Gestalten

El-Lissitzky-Str. 1

64287 Darmstadt

 

be-am@dg.tu-darmstadt.de

fon: +49 6151 16-22483

fax: +49 6151 16-22480

 

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The event is supported by formnext – International exhibition and conference on the next generation of manufacturing technologies – and the Profile Area “From Material to Product Innovation” PMP of the TU Darmstadt. All lectures will be held in English.

 

 

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Rethinking Construction, through Robotic Fabrication

Pierpaolo Ruttico Is A Research Fellow At The Politecnico Di Milano. He Has Worked As A Designer For Pelliclarkepelli Architects In New York City And As A Computational Designer And Robotic Fabrication Consultant For Coophimmelb(L)Au In Vienna. He Has Been A Guest Critic At Sciarc Los Angeles And His Work Has Been Published Internationally, Including Advances In Architectural Geometry 2012, Encoding Architecture 2013, Esda 2014, Iahs 2015.

http://www.indexlab.it/


DATE: 18.2.2016

TIME: 12:00

LOCATION: TU DARMSTADT DIGITAL DESIGN UNIT (DDU) — PROF. DR. OLIVER TESSMANN


Where do you want to go today?

LECTURE BY:

Digitalisierung bedeutet, das Alles mit Allem durch jeden formulierbaren Prozess verbunden werden kann: Mensch mit Raum;
Nord, Süd, West und Ost; Inneres und Äusseres; Vergangenes mit Zukünftigem. Technische Prozessketten, Arbeitswelten, Erlebniswelten, Verantwortungs- und Entscheidungsprozesse können beliebig verkettet, verzweigt, vernetzt, verne- belt oder synchronisiert werden. Digitale Gestalter sind nicht mehr nur Teil eines definierten Leistungsphasenmodells, sondern werden als Interaktionsgestalter an jeder Stelle in jedem Prozess relevant.

Gleichzeitig erleben wir, dass Technik oft nurmehr als Selbstzweck oder Heilsver- sprechen eingesetzt wird. Heutige Probleme sind fast nie mehr technische oder gestalterische sondern schelmisch aus dem Verantwortungsbereich des Gestal- ters herausoptimierte.

Sebastian Oschatz ist Geschäftsführer der MESO Digital Interiors GmbH (https://meso.design/en) in Frankfurt am Main und entwickelt seit über 20 Jahren digitale Systeme für kommunikative Räume. Er studierte Informatik an der TU Dar- mstadt, begründete die graphische Programmiersprache vvvv (https://vvvv.org), lehrt an der HfG Offenbach und ist im Kuratorium des biannualen NODE Forum for Digital Arts (https://nodeforum.org).


DATE: DIENSTAG, 8.5.2018

TIME: 18:00

LOCATION: TU DARMSTADT DIGITAL DESIGN UNIT (DDU) — PROF. DR. OLIVER TESSMANN


Programmieren im Bauwesen

LECTURE BY:

Dominik Zausender

Über Planungsautomatisierung Und Workflow-Optimierung


DATE: 29.11.2017

TIME: 16:00

LOCATION: TU DARMSTADT DIGITAL DESIGN UNIT (DDU) — PROF. DR. OLIVER TESSMANN


Design Science

LECTURE BY:

Tobias Nolte

Mind the scrap – Certain Measures


DATE: 23.05.2017
TIME: 18:00
LOCATION: TU DARMSTADT DIGITAL DESIGN UNIT (DDU) — PROF. DR. OLIVER TESSMANN


Robotikdesign + Architektur

LECTURE BY:
Stephan Henrich


DATE: 20.06.2017
TIME: 18:00
LOCATION: TU DARMSTADT DIGITAL DESIGN UNIT (DDU) — PROF. DR. OLIVER TESSMANN


Robot Ecologies

LECTURE BY:

MARIA YABLONINA, ICD Stuttgart


DATE: 9.05.2017
TIME: 18:00
LOCATION: TU DARMSTADT DIGITAL DESIGN UNIT (DDU) — PROF. DR. OLIVER TESSMANN


Funicular Geometry - Gestalten mit Medien 2018

More than 120 first year students teamed up to design and build an installation made from 152 yellow and pink threads and water filled plastic bottles acing as weights. The piece synthesizes a series of exercises on digital design tools and parametric graphic statics taught in collaboration with the Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design (ISMD).

 

 

 

Students:

Ahmad-Alaa Tarakji

Alexa Winderling

Alexander Csott

Alexander Kaufmann

Aleyna Yanar

Alice Brand

Anna Flügel

Anna Heeg

Anna Klyushina

Anna-Lisa Thorn

Aysenur Gültekin

Batuhan Yalman

Caleb Mehari

Carolin Schmitt

Christian Barth

Christian Birk

Clara Helfrich

Clara Wolf

Daniel Buck

David Müller

Dilek Tagit

Eda Tas

Elisabeth Schubert

Eva Dexl

Fabian Bachmann

Felisha Theobald

Fitore Delija

Florian Imeri

Franca Blömer

Francesca Schürmann

Franziska Wolf

Friedrich Rogalla von Bieberstein

Gentijana Kurtishi

Ghiath Mardini

Hanna Andal

Hanna Beuß

Hannah Sophie Weick

Hannes Mandelkau

Harksung Kim

Henri Schneider

Hüseyin-Emre Öztürk

Hysen Maljoku

Ines Wiedemann

Ingunn Helene Honne

Isabell Habermann

Isabelle Altenkamp

Jan Eickstädt

Jan Fräulin

Jana Mandel

Janis Korell

Jannik Steinbrecher

Jeela Jamili

Jennifer Bräutigam

Jennifer Müller

Jona Hofmann

Jonas Kahl-Marburger

Josefine Ebeling

Joshua Schäfer

Julia Bartenstein

Julia Hoff

Julia Knapp

Julia Mende

Julius Mayer

Karl Prelle

Katharina Fetzer

Katharina Hoff

Katharina Meyer

Katinka Schmidt

Katja Heilingbrunner

Kiana Rozbahani

Kostja Lyson

Kristin Renfer

Lara Münscher

Lara Reusch

Lauritz Niederhöfer

Lea Kräckmann

Lena Bader

Lena Feline Schwab

Leon Wietschorke

Lisa Mackowiak

Lisa Schönecker

Lorenz Eschke

Lucas Cornelius

Maleen Knies

Maren Blum

Marie Gallwitz

Marwin Werner

Melinda Nasedy

Melisa Aricak

Melissa Rooney

Merle Schmidt-Jürgensen

Mertcan Bal

Molham Jarboh

Moritz Baur

Nina Kazancev

Nora Henriette Stellwag

Özge Tatar

Paul Oechsner

Paul Schmidt

Philip Hrivnak

Philipp Schmitz

Rebecca Stein

Roland Ader

Rummana Naeem

Ruven Limprecht

Sara Stecker

Sarah Cheikh-Ali

Sarah Gawel

Sebastian Schäfer

Sebastian Wächter

Sevan Demircian

Seyma Karagöz

Simon Schneider

Sophie Ruf

Sophie Zindler

Tamara Germann

Thorben Herda

Tina Buchholz

Tobias Horch

Torsten Bruns

Valentina Kaun

Wiebke Lea Katrin Bartels

Yazan Nassi

 

 

Staff:

Prof. Oliver Tessmann

Bastian Wibranek, MA 

Daniela Hoffmann (Tutor)

Lukas Loddoch (Tutor)

Roger Winkler (Tutor)

 

For more Information see the booklet:

https://issuu.com/ddu_wibranek/docs/ddu_funicular_geometry

 


BE-AM – SYMPOSIUM – 2018

On October 12, 2018 the symposium BE-AM | Built Environment – Additive Manufacturing will take place at the Georg-Christoph-Lichtenberg-Haus in Darmstadt. For the fourth time, Prof. Dr.-Ing Ulrich Knaack (Institute of Structural Mechanics and Design, ISMD) and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Oliver Tessmann (Digital Design Unit, DDU) invite experts from practice, research and industry to the TU Darmstadt to explore the current status and future potential of additive manufacturing for construction and architecture.

Digitalisation has significantly changed design and planning in recent years. With 3D printing, this development is now migrating into the realm of construction. Materials such as concrete, clay and steel are used in additive manufacturing processes and 3D printers reach dimensions that suit the needs of construction. At the same time, complex material requirements, compliance with standards and norms and the integration of new processes into established procedures on site represent challenges that still have to be mastered.

At the BE-AM Symposium 2018, experts present, among other things, the first AM concrete components on site, 3D printed street furniture made of plastic waste and research into digital fabrication and robotics within the architectural practice of a planning office.

 

Speakers:

ALBAN MALLET, XTREEE, Paris

WESSEL VAN BEERENDONK, STUDIO RAP, Rotterdam

FOTEINI SETAKI, THE NEW RAW, Rotterdam

KåRE STOKHOLM POULSGAARD, GXN, Copenhagen

PAULO CRUZ, ADVANCED CERAMICS LAB, Braga

ROBERTO NABONI, UNIVERSITY SOUTHERN DENMARK, Odense

 

Location:

Georg-Christoph-Lichtenberg-Haus

Dieburger Str. 241, 64287 Darmstadt

 

Date:

12. October 2018, 10:00 – 17:00

 

Registration

The symposium registration is closed.

Mitglieder der Architektenkammer Hessen erhalten gegen Teilnahmebescheinigung 6 Fortbildungspunkte für den Besuch des Symposium. Für die Ausstellung der Teilnahmebescheinigung berechnen wir eine Bearbeitungsgebühr von  35€. Wir danken der Architektenkammer Hessen für die freundliche Unterstützung.

Contact:

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Fachbereich Architektur

DDU – Digital Design Unit – Digitales Gestalten

El-Lissitzky-Str. 1

64287 Darmstadt

 

machleid@dg.tu-darmstadt.de

fon: +49 6151 16-22483

fax: +49 6151 16-22480

 

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The event is supported by formnext – International exhibition and conference on the next generation of manufacturing technologies – and the Profile Area “From Material to Product Innovation” PMP of the TU Darmstadt. All lectures will be held in English.

 

 

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SCAN-PRINT-ASSEMBLE at Material Xperience - 2018

 

 

We are happy to get the opportunity to show the project SCAN-PRINT-ASSEMBLE by Timur Zhigaylo at Material Xperience - 2018.

 

Geometric Complexity is ubiquitous in nature and comes for free with 3d printing. In this project 3D scanning bridges both worlds:

A natural object is scanned and translated into a digital mesh. The mesh forms the interface to a 3d printed object that serves as a perfectly fitting connection piece. Irregularly shaped stones and minimal 3d print create complex assemblies.

 

Material Xperience is the leading event focussing on material innovation. This is where architects and creative professionals meet, between 13-15 March 2018 in Ahoy, Rotterdam.

 

 

Student:

Timur Zhigaylo

Supervisor:

Prof. Oliver Tessmann

Bastian Wibranek

Thanks for support by:

INSTITUT FÜR PRODUKTIONSTECHNIK UND UMFORMMASCHINEN – PTU

Martin Kerch, M. SC

 

 

For more information check:

 

http://ddu-research.com/scan-print-assemble/