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From material to material with new abilities Performative Skin: an unfinished product derived through the organizational logic developed from a research on ‘movement’

From material to material with new abilities Performative Skin: an unfinished product derived through the organizational logic developed from a research on ‘movement’

Bacinoglu, Saadet Zeynep;

Artigo Completo:

This paper presents the process and products from research on ‘a movement behavior’, transforming the initial surface from one state to other states. The study developed an initial model of material organization inspired by nature: the adaptable exoskeleton of the armadillium vulgare. Through geometric analysis of functional variation in the exoskeleton’s unit shape, and physical model making, the underlying principle is translated into design & production rules. The generative model of ‘an adaptable segmented system’ is constructed through a geometric abstraction of the exoskeleton, achieving diverse functions such as variability in form, volume, porosity, flexibility and strength, through a distribution of ‘material geometry’ with the folding technique. The potentiality of this parametric physical model (based on simple systematicity) is questioned in relation to diverse situations that result in complex surface adaptations. This research shows the formulation of a design intention.

Artigo Completo:

This paper presents the process and products from research on ‘a movement behavior’, transforming the initial surface from one state to other states. The study developed an initial model of material organization inspired by nature: the adaptable exoskeleton of the armadillium vulgare. Through geometric analysis of functional variation in the exoskeleton’s unit shape, and physical model making, the underlying principle is translated into design & production rules. The generative model of ‘an adaptable segmented system’ is constructed through a geometric abstraction of the exoskeleton, achieving diverse functions such as variability in form, volume, porosity, flexibility and strength, through a distribution of ‘material geometry’ with the folding technique. The potentiality of this parametric physical model (based on simple systematicity) is questioned in relation to diverse situations that result in complex surface adaptations. This research shows the formulation of a design intention.

Palavras-chave: Making for Digital Craft, Production Techniques and Methods, Folding, 3D Out of Flat Sheet Material, Material Computation, Informed Matter,

Palavras-chave: Making for Digital Craft, Production Techniques and Methods, Folding, 3D Out of Flat Sheet Material, Material Computation, Informed Matter,

DOI: 10.5151/despro-sigradi2015-110034

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Como citar:

Bacinoglu, Saadet Zeynep; "From material to material with new abilities Performative Skin: an unfinished product derived through the organizational logic developed from a research on ‘movement’", p. 631-636 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2015.
ISSN 2318-6968, ISBN: 978-85-8039-136-7
DOI 10.5151/despro-sigradi2015-110034

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