GGlab & hybrids workshop participants form rattan catenaries pavilion in philippines
 
GGlab & hybrids workshop participants form rattan catenaries pavilion in philippines
oct 13, 2015

GGlab & hybrids workshop participants form rattan catenaries pavilion in philippines

GGlab & hybrids workshop participants form rattan catenaries pavilion in philippines 
all images courtesy of GGlab

 

 

 

green geometries laboratory (GGlab), in collaboration with students and faculty from the college of architecture at the university of philippines diliman, present the ‘rattan catenaries pavilion’. creating during the hybrids workshop (led by GGlab), the intervention is placed on a bridge that connects two building on campus. the elements are parametrically generated, used in part to show the potentiality of such tools and methodologies in contemporary architectural design.

GGlab & hybrids workshop participants form rattan catenaries pavilion in philippines
parts of the installation work as swings to create interaction with users of the bridge

 

 

 

the pavilion proposal was generated in several variations by teams of six, which were then regrouped into larger groups of 30 once a route had been chosen. through form finding and digital fabrication processes, a finalized design was reached and built over a period of two weeks. 

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the ‘catenaries’ hang and weave from several points of the bridge

 


video courtesy of GGlab

GGlab & hybrids workshop participants form rattan catenaries pavilion in philippines
digital tools and traditional rattan weaving combines complexity with low tech manufacturing

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the intervention was completed in two weeks 

 


video courtesy of GGlab

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overview

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workshop methodology

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final design

 

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constructive diagrams 

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the students were organized in 6 teams and defined their own proposal

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final render of the winning proposal 

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project info:

 

location: college of architecture, university of the philippines diliman. quezón city, metro manila, philippines
design and realization: March. josé ramón tramoyeres rovira (GGlab), roberto argüelles (GGlab), March. gerard joson(university of the philippines diliman)
pavilion team: carlo llanto, justin guiab, terence co, donna dorao, jharren lopez, johann rodríguez, joaquin ollero, juancho agoncillo, danica anonuevo, elijah catbagan, april dalangin, dorren domag, sharmaine go, rafael khemlani, paolo mendoza, elise mendosa, abigail pacho, raphael paragas, louie posadas, mervin afan, stephanie alimurung, bernice castaneda, jondalar de guzman, royce ibañez, lance monfort, paula francisco, danisa fuentebella, jillianne gomez, koreen hidalgo, carla lim, carem morales
supported by: college of architecture, university of the phillipines diliman
project date: june 2015

 

 

designboom has received this project from our DIY submissions feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: nick brink | designboom

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