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Verfasser: Thomas Wirtl, Lisa Grossmann

==p2)== this mainly scripted project is based on a field logic. over the process the initial uniform field is going to be more and more diferentiated in its shape and linked with sub-systems. this enables the system to get adapted to different situations of its context. later on the system has been adjusted to the shape and the scale of a building. the final design may only be seen as a proposal for a possibile application of this scripted system.

==p3)== at the beginning of the project there was a very simple idea. we took a rectengular surface as basic element [1] and attempted to control its corner points [2] to reach a 3-demensional object instead of a 2-dimensional surface. this component was produced several times and got attached to a field [5]. first single leafe [3] and later double leaf[4]. at this point we were able to control the height of the basic component using a script. every component of the field responded identically.

==p4)== to change this situation we introduced “information-points” which contain a height value. every cornerpoint measures its distance to each informationpoint [1]. the closest one transfers its height value to the cornerpoint [2]. we uesed a new algorithm which contains the measured distance between the cornerpoints and the info-points to obtain a continuous gradient [4] instead of the emerging stepped gradient [3]. Hcorner = Hinfo1 / sqr Dist1 + Hinfo2 / sqr Dist2 + ...

==p5)== the next step was to attach the components to a guiding surface. the guiding surface is devided into a grid within the compponents were placed. now the component field is affected by another system. the partition of the grid is controlled by a script again.

==p6)== to defferentiate the surfaces further and also to get even smaller spaces instead of one big one we changed every second component [1] - like a checker pattern [3] - to a facade surface. these surfaces touch the ground [2] and divide the large space in several halls. we layed a pattern (subsystem) on the facade surfaces for the facade structure [4].

==p8)== next we attempted to bring the component-field into the shape and the scale of a building. this process was very much affected by the idea of forming a landscape. due to that we assigned the length (guiding surface) to height (information-points) proportion of the components.

==p9)== as the script is working on nearly every surface, we tried some variations. from a flat surface [1] over a kinked version [2] to a tower [3] and finally a hybrid [4]. in our opinion the structure can not stand alone. therefore we decided to lean it against an existing tower.

==p10)== after the shaping we focused on the facade structure again. one goal was to structure not only the facade surfaces but also the original components. hence we wrote a script which is based on the first one. but instead of moving the cornerpoints we controlled the center point of the rectengular surface. this time we applied the script on two parallel guiding surfaces - on the first positiv and on the second negativ. two cases result from the height of the center point. case1: the surfaces do not intersect and form a kind of rip structure [2]. case2: the surfaces do intersect and can either be cut to get an opening or left closed [3] [4] [5].

==p11)== the second script applied to the hybrid structure. an interior view of the vertical section [1] and interior view of the horizontal section [2].

==p12)== the second script applied to the hybrid structure. an exterior view of the whole structure [1] and a more detailed view of the facade [2]. here we observed the impracticalness of the checker pattern on the facade of the vertical section because it is useless to close such large areas. on the otherhand the checker pattern works very well at the horizontal section.

==p13)== therefore we picked up the first facade pattern again and changed the 3-degree curves into 1-degree curves. hence we got a diamond pattern which receives the same transformation as the components. we looked at it in two scales. the larger one consists of 4 smaller diamonds and generates the load bearing structure whereas the smaller scale creates the mullions [1]. the opened and closed surfaces of the pattern are controled by the exposure to light of the facade. at the horizontal section, wehre is toplight, we used a 1:3 rate of opened and closed surfaces on the original closed components and a 3:1 rate on the facade surfaces. at the vertical section there is only a 3:1 rate because the incoming light is not so effective. in the middle section the pattern merges from a 1:3 over a 2:2 to a 3:1 rate [2]. to get a variation over the field we rotated the pattern in every big diamond [3]. further we used transluzent surfaces as a third material attribute to integrate the checker pattern more in the facade logic again. on the original closed components there are opaque and transluzent surfaces and on the facade surfaces there are opaque and transparent surfaces. certainly the transluzent material is only applied to the horizontal section where the checker pattern exists [4] [5]. the groundlayer starts with a fully closed pattern and merges than into the more open facade [4].

==p14)== for the final proposal we chose a (virtual) site with an existing tower and a place in front of it. the facade pattern got extended on the place and forms furniture at some places. the component field creates three halls. the smallest one (at the corner) is left open in order to be used as bus-terminal.

==p15)== at the horizontal section the ground layer models the site. then the structure raises up and leans against the existing tower. at the upper section it cuts into the tower and creates an extension for the existing space. in order to attach the floor system with the facade system we merged them. due to that we also avoid a visible flooredge on the facade.






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