*패러매트릭 스틸 설치물 ‘Minimal Complexity’ at the TEX-FAB 2.0 and REPEAT Exhibition

형태를 만드는 방법에는 여러가지가 있습니다.
2차원 드로잉을 통한 검증작업을 걸친 후
2차원 레이어를 교차시켜 3차원화 하는 방법이 일련의
형태를 구현하는 방법이였습니다.
디지털 시대는 이런 디자인의 패턴의 경향을 뒤집고 있어요.
상상하는 형상을 컴퓨터를 통하여 바로 구현하고 만들어 내고 있어요.
하지만 디지털 모델은 모델일 뿐이 현실적인 구현에는 한계가 많았죠.
그래서 그림을 만들기 위한 모델작업에 지나지 않았고 그래서 또한
모델링의 역활을 중요하게 생각하지 않았던 것이 사실이였습니다.
하지만 우리보다 먼저 앞서간 '프랭크 게리', '자하하디드'와 같은
뛰어난 건축가는 디지털 패브리케이션의 미래를 보고 수많은 테스트를
통하여 지금 우리가 보고 있는 형상들을 구현하게 되었죠.
지금처럼 보이는 설치물을 디지털 환경에서 아무리
잘 구현한다해도 실제적으로 만들어내는 것은 다른 영역있던거죠.
하지만 기술과 디자인의 능력이 발전함에 따라 구조적인 해석을 통한
패러매트릭설계에 의해 구현된 부재들은 더이상 2차원 값이 아닌
3차원 데이타 값으로 환원되어 실질적인 구현이 가능하게 된거죠.
이제는 디지털 디자이너라는 영역도 자리를 잡고 있는게 사실이죠.
조금만 시간이 지나면 허공에 손을 데고 그리면 바로
만들어지는 세상이 될지도 모르겠습니다.
거기서 중요한 것은 다공간감적인 디자인의 사고겠지요.

Hosted at the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture at the University of Houston, Vlad Tenu’s winning entry to REPEAT: digital fabrication competition, Minimal Complexity, was the highlight of the lively TEX-FAB 2.0 and REPEAT exhibition. The event included a distinguished group of speakers from the academic, professional and fabrication communities that took place from February 10th to the 13th. More images and exhibition highlights after the break.


Launched with a keynote lecture Thursday February 10th by Branko Kolarevic, Chair in Integrated Design at the University of Calgary, TEX-FAB 2.0 began its second event to great success. Well over 100 attendees from across the US, Mexico and the UK attended the Friday lecture series and weekend workshops. Invited speakers with significant accomplishments within the field included L. William Zahner, Ceo & President of, ZAHNER®, Patrick Hood-Daniel of BuildYourOwnCNC.com and MetaLab directors Joe Meppelink and Andrew Vrana.

Workshops followed on the weekend as a two-day event led by internationally recognized instructors within the field of parametric modeling provided a robust opportunity for participants to be exposed to the highest level of concentrated learning possible. TEX-FAB 2.0 workshop instructors included Marc Fornes of theverymany: Scripted Design; Chris Lasch of Aranda / Lasch: Algorithmic Design; Gil Akos and Ronnie Parsons of Studio Mode: Parametric Design.

Highlighted within the REPEAT Exhibition was Minimal Complexity, by Vlad Tenu. The work was selected the winner of the REPEAT: digital fabrication competition, commissioned and built in January. The competition drew 95 teams of 1-4 designers from 19 states in the US, 18 countries and 5 continents. The jury of internationally recognized academics and practitioners that included Patrik Schumacher, Marc Fornes, Chris Lasch, Lisa Iwamoto and Blair Satterfield reviewed all the entries and conferred their choice in November 2010.

TEX-FAB commissioned Minimal Complexity by sponsoring the REPEAT: digital fabrication competition and partnered with Vlad Tenu as the fabrication consultants for the realization of the project as it appears in the REPEAT traveling exhibition. TEX-FAB is a non-profit organization formed by Brad Bell, Kevin Patrick McClellan, and Andrew Vrana as a collective action, one that endeavors to combine divergent interests and capabilities, for the purpose of strengthening the regional discourse around digital fabrication and parametric design.

from  archdaily

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