Combining elements to form a whole is an essential component of realising structures, but also has generative potential. This four-day workshop examined the degree to which architectural forms can arise from the interplay of combinatory processes and the properties of elements.
Progressing from lamellar and elastically malleable elements, new types of combination that take into account or indeed are rendered possible by the specific properties of these elements were empirically developed. Textile principles and technologies were used as the starting point and then further developed and adapted during the workshop.
Research @ UIBK / KOGE