Several media showed high interest in our research project shelters made out of paper which tried to develop building components and adequate construction typologies for building temporary housing out of paper. This prooves that we are on the right track and confirms us to go further with developing building components made out of paper. Soon we will set up new reserach projects within this topic with lots of interesting partners! press release university of Darmstadt
couple of months ago we already wrote about our research project building shelters out of paper (read the article here: https://www.imagine-computation.com/post/research-shelters-made-out-of-paper).
The demonstrator for the shelter is finally built and will be evaluated during the next weeks and months. This will be the start of further development in building shelters out of paper. #sustainability #paper #research #cardboard #TUDarmstadt #ImagineComputation #ZukunftBau #shel
Although our daily life is quite different in times of Corona we still keep working on our projects. Next to our professional projects we are working on several research projects and one of them is developing shelters and short term housings made out of paper. Basic idea is to have a modular prefabricated system that can be quickly assembled by two people. The single elements can be combined in different ways to build a variety of different housings from tiny shelters to larg
Yesterday was another great event in Frankfurt based NEXT Studio. We had very interesting talks on architecture, sustainability in building Industry and about structural glass sealings. After a short introduction of Dr.-Ing. Jager of Wicona the evening was guided by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Knaack and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens Schneider. First Jan Dechow (Architecture Collective MIND, Mainz, Germany) showed as some example projects of his yet young Office which showed love for simplic