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Posted by  Per Corell on May 27, 2003 at 11:19:14:

In Reply to:  Re: framework study posted by Den Perry on May 27, 2003 at 03:34:44:

Hi
Than's for the nice words.
What I find interesting, is that the material and structure is flat cast concrete frames, this make the structure extremly cheap build.
What you get is an open framework but when you widen the frames and these are angled towerds the tradisional 3 Planes, you will se that the frame structure will cover from some angles and offer a open structure from other views , ----- a 3D-H structure change a lot when you walk around one, I have hundreds and with each one, I was amazed with different issues in each one. There is a crowd of early renderings from when the method was first interduced public with the link.
Another favorite where I simply was this amazed by the options about 3D-H section works coing buildings four times as strong, but was pleased with just the looks ;

http://www.designcommunity.com/scrapbook/2018.html

The graphics you refere, was one out of hundreds while this vorse and vorse building phenomanar got more and more realistic rendered , realising that even more is optional vith Digital.
Anyway 3D-H is different than producing the nets in steel rod to form some emty spaces, ----- a 3D-H framework will change expression and use when you walk around one, that's why you have simply full freedom with 3D-H, you produce a stronger structure, nice feature for a house.
The structure you refere is a part of the structure you se at the link ,the building was contribuated a contest about producing these volumes as a middle size sports hall , proberly good for trampoline anyway the loft of it work as example being cut off the structure , and could be another scale or material it still form a nice boat ;))
Realy the structure is one upside down ships hull and the method origined from the wish of flexible tools to create anything , why not when it is possible ;))
The architecture idear this progress is not my buisness I still try realising a specific problem doing somthing better, cheaper and proberly stronger ; anyway so say anyone whe se the point, it's better.
It is Digital, not nesserely papervise ,work within pyramides to.
If you want a bullit prove structure one direction this provide other arears with direct light in a particular direction , that's why my favorite structure is this ;
http://www.designcommunity.com/scrapbook/2000.html
Steel sheets framework you could concrete fill using a cheap 3D-H formwork to produce the blocks , Even you Romans say you are this Pyramide vise then is 2.5 D and geostatic structures better for floors ;))
Anyway this is the only rendering I made from thei easy build sheetwork building that will take a thunder storm, still hangers and bolts shuld not be replaced , why wss it WTC-7 collapsed ?
There is other renderings I like, even most have a simple point about some option ,still the structure you comment is added two garage like concrete volumes sized by containers for toilets and facilities, two swinged stairs up to first floor check the structure in the fotos folder of this group ;
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/3d-Honeycomb4/

Have a nice day

 
 
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