Struktur und Natur

Type: Book chapterTitel: Experimental doubly curved gridshell structuresYear: 2021Authors: Eike Schling, Rainer BarthelIn: Structure and Nature, Timber ConstructionEditors: Jakob SchoofPublisher: DETAIL VerlagISBN: 10.14459/2018md1449869 Page: 24-29

Struktur und Natur

Type: Book chapterTitel: Experimental doubly curved gridshell structuresYear: 2021Authors: Eike Schling, Rainer BarthelIn: Structure and Nature, Timber ConstructionEditors: Jakob SchoofPublisher: DETAIL VerlagISBN: 10.14459/2018md1449869 Page: 24-29

PMQ Exhibition – Kinetic Grid Structures

14 September – 5 October 2021HKU Architecture GalleryS503 – PMQ – 35 Aberdeen St. – Central Welcome to the website of Kinetic Grid Structures, the interactive exhibition at PMQ, Hong Kong. The exhibition introduces research from the University of Hong

PMQ Exhibition – Kinetic Grid Structures

14 September – 5 October 2021HKU Architecture GalleryS503 – PMQ – 35 Aberdeen St. – Central Welcome to the website of Kinetic Grid Structures, the interactive exhibition at PMQ, Hong Kong. The exhibition introduces research from the University of Hong

Teaching Fund – Comparative Modelling

Title: Comparative Modelling: Understanding the relationship of digital and physical design in architecturePrincipal Investigator: Eike SchlingCo-Investigator: Sherene Ng, Jason Bond, Christian Johannes LangeType: Teaching Development Grant 2021Received by: Teaching and Learning Quality Committee, HKUStart Date: 01.09.2021Scheduled Completion: 31.8.2022Sum Awarded: 299,880

Teaching Fund – Comparative Modelling

Title: Comparative Modelling: Understanding the relationship of digital and physical design in architecturePrincipal Investigator: Eike SchlingCo-Investigator: Sherene Ng, Jason Bond, Christian Johannes LangeType: Teaching Development Grant 2021Received by: Teaching and Learning Quality Committee, HKUStart Date: 01.09.2021Scheduled Completion: 31.8.2022Sum Awarded: 299,880

Kinetic Umbrella

The Kinetic Umbrella is an elastically transformable lattice structure for the Kreativquatier in Munich. The research project investigates geometrical, mechanical and constructive solutions for kinetic structures, which are manufactured from exclusively straight lamellas. In the design, the joint and support

Kinetic Umbrella

The Kinetic Umbrella is an elastically transformable lattice structure for the Kreativquatier in Munich. The research project investigates geometrical, mechanical and constructive solutions for kinetic structures, which are manufactured from exclusively straight lamellas. In the design, the joint and support

Research Fund – Asymptotic Building Envelope

Title: Asymptotic Building Envelope – Simplifying the fabrication and assembly of free-form constructionPrincipal Investigator: Eike SchlingType: General Research Fund and Early Career Scheme 2021Received by: Research Grant Council, Hong KongStart Date: 01.01.2022Scheduled Completion: 31.12.2023Sum Awarded: 787,940 HK$Office: The University of

Research Fund – Asymptotic Building Envelope

Title: Asymptotic Building Envelope – Simplifying the fabrication and assembly of free-form constructionPrincipal Investigator: Eike SchlingType: General Research Fund and Early Career Scheme 2021Received by: Research Grant Council, Hong KongStart Date: 01.01.2022Scheduled Completion: 31.12.2023Sum Awarded: 787,940 HK$Office: The University of

D-Nets on Rotational Surfaces

Title: D-Nets on Rotational Surfaces. Equilibrium gridshell layout, symmetric to the principal stress directionsType: Conference ProceedingsYear: 2021Authors: Eike Schling, Jonas Schikore, Thomas OberbichlerPublished in: International Conference on Spatial Structures, IASS 2020/21Office: The University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture AbstractThis paper

D-Nets on Rotational Surfaces

Title: D-Nets on Rotational Surfaces. Equilibrium gridshell layout, symmetric to the principal stress directionsType: Conference ProceedingsYear: 2021Authors: Eike Schling, Jonas Schikore, Thomas OberbichlerPublished in: International Conference on Spatial Structures, IASS 2020/21Office: The University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture AbstractThis paper

Structural Principles

Type: BA Core CourseName: Building Technology 1Year: 2021Supervisor: Eike SchlingOffice: The University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture ‘There is simply no Architecture without Structure’ Jean Prouve This course adresses the fundamental principles of structure. It presents building structures in

Structural Principles

Type: BA Core CourseName: Building Technology 1Year: 2021Supervisor: Eike SchlingOffice: The University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture ‘There is simply no Architecture without Structure’ Jean Prouve This course adresses the fundamental principles of structure. It presents building structures in

Asymptotic Building Envelope

Title: Asymptotic Building EnvelopeType: Conference ProceedingsYear: 2021Authors: Eike Schling, Chih Lin Hsu, Muye MaPublished in: The Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA), Hong KongPages: Volume 1, p. 341-350ISBN: 978-988-78917-5-8Editors: Anastasia Globa, Jeroen van Ameijde, Adam Fingrut, Nayeon Kim,

Asymptotic Building Envelope

Title: Asymptotic Building EnvelopeType: Conference ProceedingsYear: 2021Authors: Eike Schling, Chih Lin Hsu, Muye MaPublished in: The Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA), Hong KongPages: Volume 1, p. 341-350ISBN: 978-988-78917-5-8Editors: Anastasia Globa, Jeroen van Ameijde, Adam Fingrut, Nayeon Kim,

AS2 – Asymptotic Building Envelope

Title: AS2 – Asymptotic Building EnvelopeType: Teaching PublicationYear: 2020Course: Structural Research, MA ElectiveEditor: Sherene Ng, Eike SchlingPublished in: Architectural Structures Series Preface This publication exhibits the work created by graduate and 4th-year-undergraduate students at the Department of Architecture, HKU, during the elective course

AS2 – Asymptotic Building Envelope

Title: AS2 – Asymptotic Building EnvelopeType: Teaching PublicationYear: 2020Course: Structural Research, MA ElectiveEditor: Sherene Ng, Eike SchlingPublished in: Architectural Structures Series Preface This publication exhibits the work created by graduate and 4th-year-undergraduate students at the Department of Architecture, HKU, during the elective course

Šuchov’s bent networks

Type: Journal PaperTitle: Šuchov’s bent networks: The impact of network curvature on Šuchov’s gridshell designsYear: 2020Authors: Eike Schling, Rainer BarthelPublished in: STRUCTURES, Volume 29, February 2021, Pages 1496-1506DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.istruc.2020.12.021Office: The University of Hong Kong; Technische Universität München, Chair of Structural Design At the

Šuchov’s bent networks

Type: Journal PaperTitle: Šuchov’s bent networks: The impact of network curvature on Šuchov’s gridshell designsYear: 2020Authors: Eike Schling, Rainer BarthelPublished in: STRUCTURES, Volume 29, February 2021, Pages 1496-1506DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.istruc.2020.12.021Office: The University of Hong Kong; Technische Universität München, Chair of Structural Design At the

Responsive Structures

Type: MA Design StudioName: Responsive StructuresYear: Fall 2020Supervisor: Eike Schling, Geraldine BorioOffice: The University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture Introduction Hong Kong’s diverse and international festival culture plays a vital role in defining its identity as a liberal, cosmopolitan

Responsive Structures

Type: MA Design StudioName: Responsive StructuresYear: Fall 2020Supervisor: Eike Schling, Geraldine BorioOffice: The University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture Introduction Hong Kong’s diverse and international festival culture plays a vital role in defining its identity as a liberal, cosmopolitan

Asymptotic Envelope Substructure

Type: BuildingEnvelopeLocation: Hong Kong, TaipeiYear: 2020Status: Completion SubstructureOffice: The University of Hong KongIn collaboration with: National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Shen Guan ShihIndustry Partner: Gomore Building Envelope Technology, Sam Hsu Project Team: Eike Schling, Jacky Chu, Muye Ma, Wesley

Asymptotic Envelope Substructure

Type: BuildingEnvelopeLocation: Hong Kong, TaipeiYear: 2020Status: Completion SubstructureOffice: The University of Hong KongIn collaboration with: National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Shen Guan ShihIndustry Partner: Gomore Building Envelope Technology, Sam Hsu Project Team: Eike Schling, Jacky Chu, Muye Ma, Wesley

Asymptotic Envelope Design

Type: BuildingEnvelopeLocation: Hong Kong, TaipeiYear: 2020Status: Fabrication PlanningPlanning Team: Eike Schling, Muye Ma, Wesley SheOffice: The University of Hong KongIn collaboration with: National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Shen Guan ShihIndustry Partner: Gomore Building Envelope Technology, Sam Hsu Designing asymptotic

Asymptotic Envelope Design

Type: BuildingEnvelopeLocation: Hong Kong, TaipeiYear: 2020Status: Fabrication PlanningPlanning Team: Eike Schling, Muye Ma, Wesley SheOffice: The University of Hong KongIn collaboration with: National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Shen Guan ShihIndustry Partner: Gomore Building Envelope Technology, Sam Hsu Designing asymptotic

AS1 – Asymptotic Applications

Title: AS1 – Asymptotic ApplicationsType: Teaching PublicationYear: 2020Course: Structural Research, MA ElectiveEditor: Sherene Ng, Eike SchlingPublished in: Architectural Structures Series Preface This publication exhibits the work created by graduate and 4th-year-undergraduate students at the Department of Architecture, HKU, during the elective course „Structural

AS1 – Asymptotic Applications

Title: AS1 – Asymptotic ApplicationsType: Teaching PublicationYear: 2020Course: Structural Research, MA ElectiveEditor: Sherene Ng, Eike SchlingPublished in: Architectural Structures Series Preface This publication exhibits the work created by graduate and 4th-year-undergraduate students at the Department of Architecture, HKU, during the elective course „Structural