Research Area: Computational Design, Responsive Design
Inspired by Achim Menges’ research on “Meteorosensitive Morphology” The projects explores the potentials for naturally responsive wearable who can adjust their porosity in reaction to humidity and temperature levels of their environment. The most recent of Rhends projects, it is an optimistic work in progress.
combination of ideas from two previous projects I studied with Professor Alberto Perez Gomez titled “Anamorphosis and Music” and “Red, Green, Blue: analogue vs digital” This work is a simultaneous exploration of form finding and assembly possibilities through digital algorithms and kinetics through molecular mechanism of a material. Seeking for parallels between the digital and the analogue it explores new ways of applying the qualities in both digital and analogue world as well as their similarities in form finding. The project also seeks to explore the possibilities at intimate and grand. A wearable and occupied space.