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Michael Hansmeyer, Benjamin Dillenburger, Grotto Prototype, 2012 © Michael Hansmeyer / Photographie François Lauginie. Collection Frac Centre, Orléans.

Michael Hansmeyer, Benjamin Dillenburger, Grotto Prototype, 2012 © Michael Hansmeyer / Photographie François Lauginie. Collection Frac Centre, Orléans.

Professor Michael Hansmeyer's work at Archilab exhibition near Paris

Professor Michael Hansmeyer's work at Archilab exhibition near Paris

3D Printed Architecture by Digital Grotesque [TV].

3D Printing Architecture by Digital Grotesque

World’s First Printed Room Michael Hansmeyer and Benjamin Dillenburger 'Digital Grotesque', 2013

Subdivision: Ornamented Columns Michael Hansmeyer

Ornamented column by Michael Hansmeyer. His work is a strange cross between tectonic form that is drawn by structure and form that is derived by nature. The shape look organic, but are attached to structure and algorithms.

Digital Grotesque | Benjamin Dillenburger

Image 1 of 12 from gallery of MoMA YAP 2015 Runner-Up: Phenomena / Studio Benjamin Dillenburger. Courtesy of Studio Benjamin Dillenburger

Top view of "SENSE OF GOTHIC". Few days workshop in BARTLETT UCL with Benjamin Dillenburger. This work has been done by FILAMENTRIC - Yiwei Wang, Nanjiang, Yichao Chen, Zeeshan Yunus Ahmed.

Top view of "SENSE OF GOTHIC". Few days workshop in BARTLETT UCL with Benjamin Dillenburger. This work has been done by FILAMENTRIC - Yiwei Wang, Nanjiang, Yichao Chen, Zeeshan Yunus Ahmed.

Detail of "SENSE OF GOTHIC". Few days workshop in BARTLETT UCL with Benjamin Dillenburger. This work has been done by FILAMENTRIC - Yiwei Wang, Nanjiang, Yichao Chen, Zeeshan Yunus Ahmed.

Detail of "SENSE OF GOTHIC". Few days workshop in BARTLETT UCL with Benjamin Dillenburger. This work has been done by FILAMENTRIC - Yiwei Wang, Nanjiang, Yichao Chen, Zeeshan Yunus Ahmed.

Gallery - 3D Printed "Arabesque Wall" Features 200 Million Individual Surfaces - 3

Gallery of 3D Printed "Arabesque Wall" Features 200 Million Individual Surfaces - 3

Printed "Arabesque Wall" Features 200 Million Individual Surfaces,© Peter Andrew Maybe something for Printer Chat?

Michael Hansmeyer is an architect and programmer who explores the use of algorithms and computation to generate architectural form. These columns carved out by algorithms are breathtaking!

Subdivided generative ornamented columns, computational architecture and digital fabrication

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Glass

A torus consists of a central axis with a vortex at both ends and a surrounding coherent field. Energy flows in one vortex, through the central axis, out the other vortex, and then wraps around itself to return to the first incoming vortex.

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In pictures: 3D printed art exhibition

In pictures: 3D printed art exhibition

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