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Studio Research Pavilion 2017

Bending-active Plates, ITKE, research, Research, Simon Schleicher Research, Studio One

The Studio One Research Pavilion is the final project of UC Berkeley’s post-professional Master of Architecture program. In 2016-17, Studio One was instructed by Prof. Simon Schleicher and supported by industry experts… read more →

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Studio One Final

Research, Simon Schleicher Research, Studio One

Come join us for Studio One’s final review this Friday, May 5 (2 pm, 108 Wurster Hall). Studio One is our post-professional one-year Master program and has a much more… read more →

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Fabrication Workshop: Kreysler & Associates

Bending-active Plates, Research, Studio One

Studio One students just came back from a fantastic 3-day fabrication workshop at Kreysler & Associates – one of the leading manufacturers in composites constructions. The team at Kreysler gave us a… read more →

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Bio-inspired Compliant Mechanisms for Architectural Design

Compliant Mechanisms, ITKE, research, Research

This thesis lies at the intersection of architectural design, engineering, and biology. Inspired by flexible and robust structures found in nature, the research explores creative ideas that challenge our present… read more →

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Berkeley Weave & Bend9

Bending-active Plates, research, Research

With the Berkeley Weave and the Bend9, the authors aim to contribute to the discourse on bending-active structures by highlighting two different design methods, form-finding and form-conversion. The authors compare… read more →

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Robo Roach

Insect Locomotion, Research, Robots

Scientists at the University of California Berkeley are convinced they are offering a breakthrough in robot design. Their study of living organisms has offered insights which they’ve adapted to the… read more →

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ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2010

Bending-active Plates, ITKE, research, Research

In 2010, the Institute for Computational Design (ICD) and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) at the University of Stuttgart designed and constructed a temporary research pavilion.… read more →

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