Dmytro Aranchii Architects

Computational | Algorithmic Architecture
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noMad. Architectural Behaviourial Modular System. AADRL

nomad architecture behavioral assembly aadrl

noMad project designed in AA DRL by Dmytro Aranchii, Paul Bart, Flavia Santos and Yuqiu Jiang during 16 month research 2013-2015. Work is based on modular robotic ideology and seeks for its appliance in architecture. noMad is the architectural behavioral assembly system that has attributes of autonomy, mobility, ability to communicate and make decisions. This research is not about one finite result but rather uncountable amount of variations, about approach how to create any space and adopt it to changing conditions without influence from outside and control by human.

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AADRL Volume Material Workshop Video

The video of AADRL material workshop. Theodore Spyropoulos Studio. Team: Dmytro Aranchii, Yuqiu Jiang, Ilia Pereiaslsvtsev. Workshop dealt with minimal surfaces and plaster casting presented computing without computers.

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AADRL Cellular Automata video

Computational architecture within a field of cellular automata, AADRL
The project Cellular Automata itself.

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AA DRL Cellular Automata Workshop. Computational Architecture

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Computational / parametric architecture stays very close to contemporary theory of algorithms. We have already implemented cellular automata and particularly game of life in architectural project Fashion Design Museum in Kyiv, 2009. Current project designed within the Architectural Association (AADRL) was aimed to go deeply into cellular automata theory and practice and to define the strategies of control the self-organizing system and to find the directions of usage in architectural design. Implementation of the algorithm for space tessellated into truncated octahedrons instead of usual cubic voxels also became a contribution into cellular automata research.

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AADRL Material Workshop. Volume. Computing Without Computers

aadrl material workshop - spyropoulos studio

AADRL material workshop [part of 2013-15 MArch course] was related to material tension/compression experimentations with lycra as an envelope and plaster as a filing substance resulting in natural minimal surfaces and volumes respectively. Specific agenda was directed towards volumetric modular structure creation, which hence had to be cast in one turn as a solid assembly.

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