We examined the application of contemporary digital design and production methods, generated knowhow through the analysis of reference examples and designed parametric envelope structures in full scale. The design process was enriched through the structural testing of parametric models in Rhino, Grasshopper and Karamba. It was a collaborative project between students and faculty from the University of Applied Arts, Institute of Architecture in Vienna and Tel Aviv University, Azrieli School of Architecture in Israel.
Emanuel Gollob, David Tavcar, Marta Piaseczyńska, Guy Nir, Maya Shkedy, Adi Zur, John Alan Gallerie, James Park, Marc Krenn, Daniel Schinagl, Ran Israeli, Nitsan Levin, Revital Michaely, Ming Yin, Emanuele Mozzo, Liat Belkin, Nimrod Zidel, Michael Oren, Sarit Naiman, Katharina Mohn, Maximilian Salesse, Genov Dimitar, Stephan Tomasi, Rinat Sela, Shiri Dobrinzki, Shai Sachs, Deniz Ors, Tamas Nyilanszky, Feiyu Qi, Venetia Alia, Emili Gertner, Gali Dubizki, Tal Amram
University of Applied Arts Vienna, Institute of Architecture: Andrei Gheorghe
Tel Aviv University, Azrieli School of Architecture: Eran Neuman, Tamir Lavie
Bollinger+Grohmann: Clemens Preisinger, Moritz Heimrath, Robert Vierlinger, Matthew Tam