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Conceptual Joining: Wood Structures from Detail to Utopia / Holzstrukturen im Experiment

Author/EditorAllner, Lukas (Author)
Kaltenbrunner, Christoph (Author)
Kroehnert, Daniela (Author)
Reinsberg, Philipp (Author)
Institute of Architecture at the Univers (Author)
Publisher: Birkhauser
ISBN: 9783035624359
Pub Date22/11/2021
BindingPaperback
Pages256
Dimensions (mm)265(h) * 195(w)
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This book explores experimental approaches to the design and construction of wooden structures in architecture, while presenting the results of an artistic research project.

Through the use of digital tools, the anatomy of wood becomes a design-determining principle for spatial structures. The architects and artists also explore the potential of traditional craftsmanship and derive from this a material-oriented practice. Structures are not designed here for a specific use, but rather open up various usage possibilities due to their unique spatial and geometric properties.

The documentation provides insight into an open-ended research process. Guest contributions reflect on the underlying concepts and thus the future relevance of wood as a building material.

This book explores experimental approaches to the design and construction of wooden structures in architecture, while presenting the results of an artistic research project.

Through the use of digital tools, the anatomy of wood becomes a design-determining principle for spatial structures. The architects and artists also explore the potential of traditional craftsmanship and derive from this a material-oriented practice. Structures are not designed here for a specific use, but rather open up various usage possibilities due to their unique spatial and geometric properties.

The documentation provides insight into an open-ended research process. Guest contributions reflect on the underlying concepts and thus the future relevance of wood as a building material.

Lukas Allner, Christoph Kaltenbrunner, Daniela Kroehnert, Philipp Reinsberg, IoA, ikk.k, University of Applied Arts Vienna

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