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Proposition d’un modèle numérique pour la conception architecturale d’enveloppes structurales plissées : application à l’architecture en panneaux de bois

Abstract : The purpose of this research is to characterise the concept of pleating in order to give a numerical model allowing the design of wooden pleated architectural structures. In this context, we are bringing a singular perspective to the integration of the morpho-structural dimension as a modulating factor of architecture. We also deal with creasing in its digital dimension by adopting a parametric approach which allows an adaptive modelling within the ‘design-manufacturing’ continuum. Our method, implemented in the CARA(s)PACE (Conception of Architectural Research Algorithm for Structural Pleated Approaches and Creative Envelopes) tool, generates a geometry of pleating from a reference surface. This tool is composed of a parametric and geometric modeller coupled with evaluation engines. It guides the designer in the research of forms based on creasing, secures the suggestions and provides the numerical data needed for a robotic manufacturing
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Julien Meyer. Proposition d’un modèle numérique pour la conception architecturale d’enveloppes structurales plissées : application à l’architecture en panneaux de bois. Architecture, aménagement de l'espace. Université de Lorraine, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017LORR0099⟩. ⟨tel-01615887⟩

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