Thanks to its simple geometric basic shape, the finished prototype can be designed as a versatile façade. The targeted assembly of elements alone results in different patterns. The variable opening of each individual element creates a kind of work of art that can be changed according to taste or lighting. Furthermore, by opening the elements from an almost two-dimensional facade, a complex futuristic three-dimensional facade is created.
Student design project by Lukas Breitsameter, University of Stuttgart.
Design Studio: Material Mater Lab, SS 17
In cooperation with Prof. Dr. Götz Gresser und M.Sc. Larissa Born, Deutsche Institute für Textil + Faserforschung (DITF); Prof. Jan Knippers und Saman Saffarian, Institut für Tragkonstruktionen und Konstruktives Entwerfen (ITKE)
Funding: MML Materials Matter Lab – function follows fiction, Baden-Württemberg Stiftung, Stifterverband für die Deutsche Hochschullehre