Posts Tagged: generative components

Bracelet “Polygons”

Title: POLYGONS Type: Bracelet Designed by: Eike Schling Material: Steel Fabrication: 3D Prototyping Price: 83 Euro Weight: 61 g Dimensions: 68 x 74 x 42 mm Order at: i.materialise This bracelet was a gift for my wife for our 5th anniversary. I wanted a design, which

Bracelet “Polygons”

Title: POLYGONS Type: Bracelet Designed by: Eike Schling Material: Steel Fabrication: 3D Prototyping Price: 83 Euro Weight: 61 g Dimensions: 68 x 74 x 42 mm Order at: i.materialise This bracelet was a gift for my wife for our 5th anniversary. I wanted a design, which

Necklace “Möbius”

Title: MÖBIUS Type: Necklace Designed by: Eike Schling Material: Sterling Silver Fabrication: 3d prototyping Price: 35 Euro Weight: 6 g Dimensions: 50 x 50 x 4 mm Order at: i.materialise The Möbius strip is a geometrical oddity, an infinite surface with only one side and one boundary. This strong

Necklace “Möbius”

Title: MÖBIUS Type: Necklace Designed by: Eike Schling Material: Sterling Silver Fabrication: 3d prototyping Price: 35 Euro Weight: 6 g Dimensions: 50 x 50 x 4 mm Order at: i.materialise The Möbius strip is a geometrical oddity, an infinite surface with only one side and one boundary. This strong

Propabalistic Architectural Design

For the Smart Geometry Conference 2013 in London, I was working with the two PAD Cluster, Henrik Malm and John Stack Ross, helping to set up a parametric workflow in Generative Components. smartgeometry.org PAD addresses the sg2013 challenge Constructing for Uncertainty by coupling probability theory with parametric architectural and

Propabalistic Architectural Design

For the Smart Geometry Conference 2013 in London, I was working with the two PAD Cluster, Henrik Malm and John Stack Ross, helping to set up a parametric workflow in Generative Components. smartgeometry.org PAD addresses the sg2013 challenge Constructing for Uncertainty by coupling probability theory with parametric architectural and

Stadion in Krakau

Type: Publication Year: 2013 Studio: Eike Schling, David Kosdruy Editor:  Eike Schling, Carolina Weber Published: LT, Chair of Structural Design, Technische Universität München, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Barthel ISBN: 978-3-938660-15-5

Stadion in Krakau

Type: Publication Year: 2013 Studio: Eike Schling, David Kosdruy Editor:  Eike Schling, Carolina Weber Published: LT, Chair of Structural Design, Technische Universität München, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Barthel ISBN: 978-3-938660-15-5

Canstruction

Type: Installation Location: London, Canary Warf, UK Year: 2012 Status: Competition Team: Eike Schling Office: PLP Architecture Website: Canstruction The sculpture was inspired by the French children’s book, Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, in which two sketches of a snake eating an elefant

Canstruction

Type: Installation Location: London, Canary Warf, UK Year: 2012 Status: Competition Team: Eike Schling Office: PLP Architecture Website: Canstruction The sculpture was inspired by the French children’s book, Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, in which two sketches of a snake eating an elefant

GC ImageUVSampler

Ralf Lindemann was so kind to publish his UVSampler Script for GC. It’s an easy way to create some 2d and 3d patterns.   // Bentley GenerativeComponents Transaction File — File structure version 1.08. (Please do not delete or change this line.)

GC ImageUVSampler

Ralf Lindemann was so kind to publish his UVSampler Script for GC. It’s an easy way to create some 2d and 3d patterns.   // Bentley GenerativeComponents Transaction File — File structure version 1.08. (Please do not delete or change this line.)