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DIGITAL VERNACULAR explores new design and fabrication strategies based on the use of CNC techniques to deposit construction materials like clay or concrete on site. It produces buildings that are completely 3d-printed following the ‘single logic’ that comes from the materials’ physics and the machines’ constraints.

(2009)

See Project VIDEO

Single living unit flooring system:
Single_living_unit_flooring_system

Variation studies:
Variation_Studies_02

Curvature printing logics:
Curvature_analisys_printing_logic

Printing logic:
DV_Printing_logic

Wall studies:
DV_Wall_structure

Articulated arm:
DV_Machine_movement
Articulated_arm

On site printing simulation:
On_site_printing

Section:
Section

Customized units housing on site:
Vision_02

Developed by:
Shankara S. Kothapuram (India)
Ling Han (China)
Mei-Ling Ling (Taiwan)
Jiawei Song (China)

Tutored by:
Marta Malé-Alemany / Research & Development director
Jeroen van Ameijde / Collaborator

Context:
AADRL V.12 ‘Machinic Control 1.0’ Design Studio. AA London

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