MFD: Material-based Design Informed by Digital Fabrication

  • Rivka Oxman Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion ITT Haifa

Resumen

Recent development of digital fabrication and materialization technologies is enhancing change within design processes. In this work we formulate a new conceptual schema termed Material-Fabrication-Design (MFD). MFD’s are defined as computational informing processes that enhance tectonic relationships between form, structure, and material within the logic of fabrication technologies. By undertaking systematic approach, MFD models are identified representing knowledge of innovative digital materialbased design. The work explores, formulates and explains the impact of these developments on theories, knowledge and processes of design. We demonstrate through comparative analysis of various selected representatives of precedents and case studies, emerging design models, principles, processes and techniques.

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Publicado
2016-08-10
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OXMAN, Rivka. MFD: Material-based Design Informed by Digital Fabrication. Materia Arquitectura, [S.l.], n. 13, p. 105-109, ago. 2016. ISSN 2735-7503. Disponible en: <http://www.materiaarquitectura.com/index.php/MA/article/view/55>. Fecha de acceso: 21 mayo 2022
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