Posts Tagged: gridshell

Structural Behaviour of Lamella Couplings

Type: Journal PaperTitle: Structural behaviour of an asymptotic curtain wall stiffened with lamella couplingsYear: 2023Authors: Zongshuai Wan, Eike SchlingPublished in: Journal of Constructional Steel ResearchAvailable: April 2023DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcsr.2023.107938Office: University of Hong Kong Abstract Asymptotic structures are a novel construction system that allows fabrication

Structural Behaviour of Lamella Couplings

Type: Journal PaperTitle: Structural behaviour of an asymptotic curtain wall stiffened with lamella couplingsYear: 2023Authors: Zongshuai Wan, Eike SchlingPublished in: Journal of Constructional Steel ResearchAvailable: April 2023DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcsr.2023.107938Office: University of Hong Kong Abstract Asymptotic structures are a novel construction system that allows fabrication

KAUST Architectural Geometry Workshop

Type: WorkshopName: Architectural GeometryYear: 2023Collaborators: Florian Rist, Sebastian Lettner, Hui Wang, Helmut PottmannHost: King Abdullah University of Science and Technology KAUST, Visual Computing Center VCCOffice: The University of Hong Kong In January I was invited to run a workshop on Architectural

KAUST Architectural Geometry Workshop

Type: WorkshopName: Architectural GeometryYear: 2023Collaborators: Florian Rist, Sebastian Lettner, Hui Wang, Helmut PottmannHost: King Abdullah University of Science and Technology KAUST, Visual Computing Center VCCOffice: The University of Hong Kong In January I was invited to run a workshop on Architectural

Tracing Curvature Paths on Trimmed Multipatch Surfaces

Type: Journal PaperTitle: Tracing curvature paths on trimmed multipatch surfacesYear: 2023Authors: Thomas Oberbichler, Eike Schling, Kai-Uwe BletzingerPublished in: Applied Mathematical ModellingAvailable: January 2023DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apm.2023.01.033Office: University of Hong Kong, Technical University of Munich AbstractAdvances in architectural geometry and computation have created strategies to rationalize

Tracing Curvature Paths on Trimmed Multipatch Surfaces

Type: Journal PaperTitle: Tracing curvature paths on trimmed multipatch surfacesYear: 2023Authors: Thomas Oberbichler, Eike Schling, Kai-Uwe BletzingerPublished in: Applied Mathematical ModellingAvailable: January 2023DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apm.2023.01.033Office: University of Hong Kong, Technical University of Munich AbstractAdvances in architectural geometry and computation have created strategies to rationalize

AS4 – Asymptotic Construction

Title: AS2 – Asymptotic ConstructionType: Teaching PublicationYear: 2022Course: 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

AS4 – Asymptotic Construction

Title: AS2 – Asymptotic ConstructionType: Teaching PublicationYear: 2022Course: 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

Baunetz Campus

Type: Online PublicationTitle: Gitterschalen mal einfachYear: 2023Authors: Johannes Medebach, Eike SchlingPublished in: Baunetz CampusAvailable: January, 2023www: https://www.baunetz-campus.de/news/asymptotic-geodesic-timber-vault-gitterschalen-mal-einfach-8117275Office: University of Hong Kong, Technical University of Munich Materialersparnis, Stabilität und die Ausbildung von großen Spannweiten kennzeichnen Gitterschalen. Die räumliche Krümmung solcher Konstruktionen macht es möglich.

Baunetz Campus

Type: Online PublicationTitle: Gitterschalen mal einfachYear: 2023Authors: Johannes Medebach, Eike SchlingPublished in: Baunetz CampusAvailable: January, 2023www: https://www.baunetz-campus.de/news/asymptotic-geodesic-timber-vault-gitterschalen-mal-einfach-8117275Office: University of Hong Kong, Technical University of Munich Materialersparnis, Stabilität und die Ausbildung von großen Spannweiten kennzeichnen Gitterschalen. Die räumliche Krümmung solcher Konstruktionen macht es möglich.

Asymptotic Geodesic Timber Vault

This research project combines new methods from applied geometry, computational engineering, and structural design. By designing webs of asymptotic and geodesic curves simple planks of ash wood are woven together in their tall and flat orientation into a lightweight timber

Asymptotic Geodesic Timber Vault

This research project combines new methods from applied geometry, computational engineering, and structural design. By designing webs of asymptotic and geodesic curves simple planks of ash wood are woven together in their tall and flat orientation into a lightweight timber

Ressoursenzentrum München

Type: MA Design ThesisYear: Summer 2022Student: Sebastian HoyerSupervisor: Eike Schling, Pierluigi D’Acunto, Stephan BirkOffice: Technical University of Munich In the summer of 2022, Sebastian Hoyer, created his Master’s Thesis at the Technical University of Munich. His work was supervised by

Ressoursenzentrum München

Type: MA Design ThesisYear: Summer 2022Student: Sebastian HoyerSupervisor: Eike Schling, Pierluigi D’Acunto, Stephan BirkOffice: Technical University of Munich In the summer of 2022, Sebastian Hoyer, created his Master’s Thesis at the Technical University of Munich. His work was supervised by

Asymptotic Geodesic Timber Vault – Construction

Type: Elastic Timber GridshellLocation: Munich, GermanyYear: 2022Status: ConstructionPrincipal Investigators: Eike Schling,  Zongshuai WanOffice: The University of Hong Kong | HKUPartners:  Technical University of Munich | TUMChair of Structural Design Prof. Pierluigi D’Acunto, Julian Trummer, Jonas SchikoreDesiré Agostini, Frederic Chovghi, Gabriele Felici, Josef

Asymptotic Geodesic Timber Vault – Construction

Type: Elastic Timber GridshellLocation: Munich, GermanyYear: 2022Status: ConstructionPrincipal Investigators: Eike Schling,  Zongshuai WanOffice: The University of Hong Kong | HKUPartners:  Technical University of Munich | TUMChair of Structural Design Prof. Pierluigi D’Acunto, Julian Trummer, Jonas SchikoreDesiré Agostini, Frederic Chovghi, Gabriele Felici, Josef

Asymptotic Geodesic Gridshell: Design Phase

Type: Elastic Timber GridshellLocation: Munich, GermanyYear: 2022Status: DesignPrincipal Investigators: Eike Schling,  Zongshuai WanOffice: The University of Hong Kong | HKU This research project combines new methods from applied geometry, computational architecture, and structural design. We design webs of asymptotic and geodesic

Asymptotic Geodesic Gridshell: Design Phase

Type: Elastic Timber GridshellLocation: Munich, GermanyYear: 2022Status: DesignPrincipal Investigators: Eike Schling,  Zongshuai WanOffice: The University of Hong Kong | HKU This research project combines new methods from applied geometry, computational architecture, and structural design. We design webs of asymptotic and geodesic

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

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

Canopy for the Hotel Intergroup in Ingolstadt

Type: Canopy Location: Ingolstadt, Germany Year: 2019 Status: completed Planning Team: Eike Schling,  Jonas Schikore Partner: Brandl Metallbau, Eitensheim The Asymptotic Canopy draws attention to the main entrance to the Intergroup Business and Design Hotel, Ingolstadt. The stainless steel structure is

Canopy for the Hotel Intergroup in Ingolstadt

Type: Canopy Location: Ingolstadt, Germany Year: 2019 Status: completed Planning Team: Eike Schling,  Jonas Schikore Partner: Brandl Metallbau, Eitensheim The Asymptotic Canopy draws attention to the main entrance to the Intergroup Business and Design Hotel, Ingolstadt. The stainless steel structure is

Design Proposal for the Hotel Intergroup in Ingolstadt

Type: Canopy Location: Ingolstadt, Germany Year: 2019 Status: Completed Planning Team: Eike Schling,  Jonas Schikore Partner: Brandl Metallbau, Eitensheim A commission for the canopy of the Intergroup Business Hotel in Eitensheim was received in late 2018. The design of two asymptotic

Design Proposal for the Hotel Intergroup in Ingolstadt

Type: Canopy Location: Ingolstadt, Germany Year: 2019 Status: Completed Planning Team: Eike Schling,  Jonas Schikore Partner: Brandl Metallbau, Eitensheim A commission for the canopy of the Intergroup Business Hotel in Eitensheim was received in late 2018. The design of two asymptotic

Repetitive Structures

Type: Dissertation [summa cum laude] Titel: Repetitive Structures Design and construction of curved support structures with repetitive parameter Year: 2018 Authors: Eike Schling, DOI: 10.14459/2018md1449869 Advisors: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Barthel, Prof. Dr. Helmut Pottmann Office: Technische Universität München, Chair of Structural Design

Repetitive Structures

Type: Dissertation [summa cum laude] Titel: Repetitive Structures Design and construction of curved support structures with repetitive parameter Year: 2018 Authors: Eike Schling, DOI: 10.14459/2018md1449869 Advisors: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Barthel, Prof. Dr. Helmut Pottmann Office: Technische Universität München, Chair of Structural Design