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Sartorius Pavilion – Biomimicry as a design methodology for a parametric pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery/England

Sartorius Pavilion – Biomimicry as a design methodology for a parametric pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery/England

Lima, Elton Cristovão da Silva; Matsunaga, Cristina; Mendes, Leticia Teixeira;

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In order to design an ephemeral pavilion located at the Serpentine Gallery (England), an experimental design approach was developed in this paper by using biomimicry strategies associated with parametric modeling. Exploring the solution-based methodology, the analysis of the sartorius muscle anatomic features such as rotation, flexion and long shape allowed inspiring the proposal of a Sartorius Pavilion which is the object of study. The experiment was implemented throughout a parametric visual script tool resulting in a model capable of rapidly and intuitively simulating shape variations, basic structural and material attributes by modifying a set of previously defined parameters.

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Palavras-chave: Biomimicry, Bio-inspired Architecture, Sartorius Muscle, Parametric Pavilion, Serpentine Gallery,

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DOI: 10.5151/sigradi2020-120

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Lima, Elton Cristovão da Silva; Matsunaga, Cristina; Mendes, Leticia Teixeira; "Sartorius Pavilion – Biomimicry as a design methodology for a parametric pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery/England", p. 886-893 . In: Congreso SIGraDi 2020. São Paulo: Blucher, 2020.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/sigradi2020-120

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