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Origloo - Bringing Human-Scale Origamic Structures, Design, and Fabrication to the Architectural Masses

NOVÁK, J. PALACKÝ, J.

Originální název

Origloo - Bringing Human-Scale Origamic Structures, Design, and Fabrication to the Architectural Masses

Anglický název

Origloo - Bringing Human-Scale Origamic Structures, Design, and Fabrication to the Architectural Masses

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper presents an architectural workflow to be used for the design and fabrication of rigidly flat-foldable, human-scale interior structures. The methodology we propose fills the gap between the level of knowledge in the field of origami-related research and the current inability of architects and designers to use pleated structures in real-life, day-to-day practice.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper presents an architectural workflow to be used for the design and fabrication of rigidly flat-foldable, human-scale interior structures. The methodology we propose fills the gap between the level of knowledge in the field of origami-related research and the current inability of architects and designers to use pleated structures in real-life, day-to-day practice.

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BibTex


@misc{BUT150220,
  author="Jakub {Novák} and Jiří {Palacký}",
  title="Origloo - Bringing Human-Scale Origamic Structures, Design, and Fabrication to the Architectural Masses",
  annote="This paper presents an architectural workflow to be used for the design and fabrication of rigidly flat-foldable, human-scale interior structures. The methodology we propose fills the gap between the level of knowledge in the field of origami-related research and the current inability of architects and designers to use pleated structures in real-life, day-to-day practice.",
  address="Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford",
  chapter="150220",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford",
  year="2018",
  month="august",
  pages="82--83",
  publisher="Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford",
  type="abstract"
}