Video Archive | Roberto Davolio (2)

Roberto Davolio Form And Structure
Roberto Davolio explains the process of transitioning from computer design to reality, utilizing advanced parametric design,...
Roberto Davolio
Roberto Davolio describes the breadth and scope of the facade modelling work that he does. The first project by Eric Owen Moss...

Roberto Davolio Form And Structure

March 27, 2009 | Video Lecturer:
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Roberto Davolio explains the process of transitioning from computer design to reality, utilizing advanced parametric design, scripting and rational geometry for the rationalization of surfaces for the sake of cost estimation and standardization of complex facades. By using software programs such as Digital Project, and Maya, architects are able to negotiate structural systems with engineers. Through implementation of a systematic approach, one can rationalize cladding systems of organic shapes, through parametric modeling, testing of surfaces, and analyzation of geometric relationships. Further examples of intelligent and flexible scripts, which allow for the understanding of structural performance and geometrical mutations with real-time results.

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Davolio discusses his office tower/shopping mall project Lux China, in Shanghai, China. He discusses the parametric modeling as...
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Ilaria Mazzoleni concluded the lecture by discussing information regarding Davolio's upcoming workshop. The workshop will cover...

Roberto Davolio

March 12, 2008 | Video Lecturer: ,
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Roberto Davolio describes the breadth and scope of the facade modelling work that he does. The first project by Eric Owen Moss requires novel glass working techniques, while the Beijing airport by Foster is enormous in scale. He then demonstrates the relationship and workflow between the structural system, and the panelization system on two more typical projects. Parametric tools are necessary because of the schedules on most Asian projects, and the need to feed information to a whole range of project participants.

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Ilaria Mazzoleni introduces Roberto Davolio. He studied under Greg Lynn at Columbia, and then worked with Eric Owen Moss and Neil...
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Davolio first outlines a Eric Owen Moss glass canopy project which he worked on while at Advanced Structures. He then describes...
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Davolio gives some examples of the Maya tools in practice. He uses extensive scripting to make various software he uses fully...
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