Articles tagged Parametric Design

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This parametric model gave Ecuador a new hospital in under a year

Machala, Ecuador – With their parametric proposal, Spanish architectural firm PMMT gave the Ecuadorian city of Machala a new, efficiently built hospital in under a year. 

Pavilion of Reflections by Tom Emerson's ETH students. Photo Studio Tom Emerson
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Mark A-to-Z: P is for Pavilion

Intricate temporary structures designed by students to practical extensions produced by starchitects, pavilions never cease to impress us with the broad spectrum of what makes architecture.

The project marked many students’ first experience with digital and parametric design.
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Reciprocal Frame by Nathan Melenbrink, Samo Pedersen and Shibu Raman

NINGBO – A studio at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo Campus, has designed and built a pavilion celebrating and displaying four years of academic work.

Underwood Pavilion is composed of fifty-six light-weight modules.
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Underwood Pavilion by Gernot Riether and Andrew Wit

MUNCIE – A digital design-build studio created this traveling pavilion using parametrically designed tensegrity modules.

The structure is the centrepiece of the world conference on digital fabrication held in Barcelona.
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Endesa World Fab Condenser by Margen-Lab

BARCELONA – This pavilion in Barcelona shows architects applying digital design tools within a sustainable paradigm.

The gate at one of the main entrances to Frankfurt’s expansive exhibition grounds.
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Frankfurt Trade Fair Northern Gate by Ingo Schrader

Frankfurt – The northern entrance to Frankfurt Trade Fair receives a new pavilion with an impressive elliptical roof.

SOFTlab’s installation serves as an extension of the bright and bold aesthetic of Melissa.
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We Are Flowers by SOFTlab for Melissa

New York-based SOFTlab planted a flowery installation inside Brazilian footwear brand Melissa’s local flagship store.

The viewing pavilion was part of Vivid Sydney’s spectacular light installations.
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Cellular Tessellation by Chris Knapp

SYDNEY – Architectural researchers designed and built a site-specific viewing pavilion using computational techniques.

The design of the building's facade and balconies allows panoramic views of central Sydney
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Eliza Apartments by Tony Owen Partners

SYDNEY – The building combines a cutting-edge parametric design with a sensitive response to urban context.