MadridTrans-computational membranes 3.0
Monday 18 – Friday 29 July 2016
Trans-Computational Membranes challenges the conception of flexibility within the context of spatial re-adaptation. Throughout the workshop we use new computational methods to rethink membrane structures, from the micro to macro, resulting in a plethora of habitable prototypes. Students engage in a continuous dialogue between analogue and digital experimentation in which material processes and fabrication techniques are incorporated within a digital working methodology. Generative design workshops take place throughout the programme, aimed at the digital fabrication of flexible structures though the use of physical simulations. Parallel to their research development, students collaborate in the fabrication of a full-scale membrane-based pavilion, which investigates reconfiguration as a response to the rapid fluctuations of today’s specific needs.
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Universidad Europea / Roca Madrid Gallery
Manuel Jimenez Garcia
Jose Luis E. Penelas