DYNAMIC COERCION

The translation of design strategy into digital platforms and introduction of context

This is the second installment to Analogue Computation. The 3D modelling software Maya was used to appropriate the experiment already done and produced a series of simple shapes. Several stages of site analysis provided further design parameters that would create more complex forms.

 

"How can a FORM be manipulated by an EXTERNAL FORCE?"

 

Due to the fluid nature of the physical models, Maya was used to translate the modelling strategy into a digital form. The particle flow software allows movement to be easily observed and recorded. External forces can be applied to the particles to produce a different form.

 


 

DESIGN 01

DIGITAL EXPLORATION

 
 

SITE

 
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DESIGN 02

FORCE ENGAGEMENT

 
 
 

DESIGN 03

MERGE + COLLIDE

 
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GROTTO

TYPOLOGY + HABITATION

 
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