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FLARE is a modular system to create a dynamic hull for facades or any building or wall surface. Acting like a living skin, it allows a building to express, communicate and interact with its environment.

FLARE is a pneumatic building facade system. The FLARE system consists of a number of tiltable metal flake bodies. An infinite array of flakes can be mounted.

Marilena Skavara's Adaptive fa[CA]de at Digital Hinterlands exhibition, London by marilena. Adaptive fa[CA]de’ explores the computational possibilities and performative aspects of Cellular Automata. Using an artificial Neural Network it constitutes a ‘living skin’ that responds to the light levels of its environment. Building upon the unique patterns of Cellular Automata, ‘Adaptive fa[CA]de’ provides optimal light intensity to the interior, whilst resulting to an emergent, kinetic behaviour.

Adaptive fa[CA]de’ explores the computational possibilities and performative aspects of Cellular Automata. Using an artificial Neural Network it constitutes…

fysics-transparency/translucency BLOOM: Making Building Skins Responsive with Thermally Smart Materials

fysics-transparency/translucency BLOOM: Making Building Skins Responsive with Thermally Smart Materials

This is a final model of my architecture project in Harvard GSD. I created a kinetic architecture. I used Arduino and Processing to manipulate this model. ハー...

This is a final model of my architecture project in Harvard GSD. I created a kinetic architecture. I used Arduino and Processing to manipulate this model.

The building features an operable sun shading system that tracks the sun and protects the glass louvres which encourage natural ventilation.

University of Queensland Global Change Institute / HASSELL

Gallery of Manny / Tétrarc - 1

Gallery of Manny / Tétrarc - 1

The chaotic aluminium skin protects the interior by filtering the direct sunlight, creating a dynamic facade that changes during the day with different reflections.

Original Everyman Theatre in Liverpool.

Image 4 of 4 from gallery of Critical Round-Up: Haworth Tompkins' 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize Win. Photograph by Philip Vile

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