Vilniaus Dailes Akademija (VDA) Workshop. We did 3 mm cardboard pavilion. Organized by Romualdas Kucinskas, Lina Vestarte, Petras Vestartas, Gediminas Kirdeikis.
Form finding Kangaroo, custom NGon scirpts, OpenNest
Rokas Vainiūnas, Simonas Pinkoraitis, Evelina Ąžuolaitytė, Agnė Brazinskaitė, Karolina Masalskaitė, Algimantas Urbonas, Kiril Smotkin, Emilija Staškutė, Emilija Minikavičiūtė, Kseniya Liadnik, Ūla Žebrauskaitė, Jovita Laurukėnaitė, Liucija Kuchalskytė, Ieva Sinickaitė, Rugilė Jonaitytė, Justina Tautvydaitė, Živilė Grigalevičiūtė, Kasparas Žiliukas, Solveiga Buoželytė, Migle Karaškaitė, Agnė Avulytė, Živilė Bakutytė, Alisa Muchks, Viltė Bernatavičiūtė, Milda Venslavičiūtė,
Raminta Bieliauskė, Vytenis Stasiūnas
It was a custom C# script, but the basis is that outlines of meshes are projected to the average plane which you can do with grasshopper components.
The project started from Lina Master Thesis at CITA, KADK:
Okay. What about the formwork and precise angles between each planar member? How do you manage that?
It did not have a formwork, just few temporary pillar at arches.
As you see the panels are shifting, so it is not planar but projected to be planar.
The joints in between panels are average between two adjacent panels planes and then turned 90 degrees. Then you can draw an outline on that plane.
All the cut outs were made by plane plane intersections and each plate is represented by two polylines, as if it would be prepared for CNC milling, but for laser we used the average one.