3D printing for architecture visualization – discover the incredible possibilities of 3D architectural models
Would you live in a house made of printed plastic? The 3-D pressure brought the potential of architecture to its limits.
The 3-D pressure can help to make something out of nothing. Dripping water from the faucet in the sink at night? With a push of a button you can replace for it by another. Was the handle on the drawer of the silver pattern broken? No problem – with a movement a new installs!
For architects, the potential of 3-d of printing is particularly exciting. The efficient use of materials, time, and the work may be forward-looking.
Sophia Tang, designers from Studio Softkill design has expressed their opinion about the benefits of this technology. She doesn’t think the price performance ratio the most important property. It’s here much more about the freedom which gives the architects in designing.
The Studio the Sophia Tang is one of many companies which already benefit from the advantages of this type of design.
It’s an innovation which will contribute to produce masterful works for many age
Janjaap Ruijssenaars directs a Danish Office for architecture. His last 3-D design was recently on the world. The team could play the entire structure of the building in advance on 3-D. If you someday before can print the building in full size?
The floor plan showed the House, called apart
At the beginning of this design was a very simple question: this building might look like a landscape? This means – may be a work without beginning or end?
The House on the other hand represents a single loop with levels of the a floor
Together with the artist of Rinus Roelofs designed the Studio Ruijssenaars in the form of an endless Möbius bands. All levels have the same interface.
Ruijssenaars will fill the entire printed prototype with concrete and other fastening materials
The construction of the House was meant for the year 2014. Exceptions make only the glass openings.
The printer will use a mixture of sand and binding means to print the 6 to 8 meters large sections of the House.
This design is currently not easily accessible. Architects from Ruijssenaars believe in the future of the connection between the 3D painting and architecture. This would lead to the creation of many innovative designs whose opinion.
The design is based on a formula that mimics the growth of a bone
The Softkill Studio has a very wild style, a special kind of approach to the 3-D designs. The idea is here in a 1:33 figure model to represent the 3-D. It consists entirely of 3-d plastic tissues and you can reduce the working time so wonderfully.They moved more material at the critical points and uses only natural and effective elements.
This original design is the pattern of a 3-d House. It represents at the same time an area of experimentation for the kinds of interaction between architecture and the 3-D designs.
Clearly, you have to solve wide variety of logistical tasks. This will result in all concerns of function and comfort in real life.
Softkill is currently working on a second version of the House
After years of research on the structural optimization believes the company to have discovered an effective way for cheaper construction. You must not sacrifice the structural integrity while. The House was an experiment for the company. You create tried design or aesthetics alone in 3-D.
The curved design is almost entirely rain repellent
The inner walls and the surface in the exterior are water repellent and thus protect the structure from the rain.The design can be made from all kinds of materials.
But the banks take Softkill has opted as laser sintering bioplastic
According to the Studio you can print the House with its 31 sections within three weeks. Each piece is approx. 8 meters long and 4 meters wide. The House will be light enough to be transported by a truck.
The various parts would simply fold without adhesive. Then it can be reflected again expand within a single day.
The materials here were inspired by a layer of wood tissue
The designer Bryen Allen and the sculptor Stephanie Smith have worked together on a similar piece like this company among Softkill.
Imagine how you can watch, as live has experimented with the construction of your House! Wonderful, or? That will be no problem for the people of the future. How happy will only these people be…
Would you contact architects because even a 3-D?