New exiting building method 3D-Honeycomb

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Posted by  Per Corell on May 19, 2002 at 05:35:04:


The building structure carry two frameworks in different scales. The outside supporting framework and the intergratet framework for the actual building body. Both frameworks are produced from sheet materials in a very simple method, where the 3D-Honeycomb framework, will act as a thick shell of vowen frames. The main idear in this new building method is ,that where you tradisionaly need 3 planes to describe any design, the 3D-Honeycomb ,do this with only 2 planes, so please prepare for seing somthing so simple, that you will wonder why noone ever thought about this before.
The method are fit for the computer age, and is _not_ just the tradisional 200 year old methods written into a computer program.
Please check the links, if you want to know more about this new exiting method, that challance the tradisional way of thinking and projecting a building structure. With this method ,you produce a 3D frame structure any shape, intergrating waals and floors, from simple "2D" sheet materials ,cut with water or Laser cutters.
Method develobed by the danish designer Per Corell

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