Programming Architecture - Digital Formwork (Part 01)





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Published on Sep 18, 2015

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In this video we are introducing a new term into the game: DIGITAL FORMWORK. Similarly to a physical formwork, we have to acknowledge the need for "one time use software", written specifically for the building that is constructed and being highly recyclable and reusable.

Based on a real life example, we show you a glimpse of how it is to make a software that generates thousands of unique steel elements, that are all interconnected and interdependent. This is the present and the future of architecture and structural engineering.

This video is a continuation of our "new profession" topic that started here: https://youtu.be/jwRPQrxxNDA

Check out some of our other videos:
Voronax: http://youtu.be/oHuj9TX8ezE
Structural Engineering Today: http://youtu.be/chDHanojF0o
Structural Optimization: http://youtu.be/3U4TbXMn41E
Shadow Analysis: http://youtu.be/aEhUiGZfG5s

Music: Atmostra (Fly to Hyjal)by Cedric Baravaglio, Jonathan Ochmann and Zdravko Djordjevic


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