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Additive Elements

with HANNAH and the Robotic Construction Laboratory

"The 3D printer – a Cartesian machine which has long been defined as characterless – is in fact highly distinctive: it is an apparatus with integrity, personality, limitations, and formal rigor. The Additive Architectural Elements project aims to reveal the 3D printer’s highly idiosyncratic architectural tectonics and narratives. How can corbelling suggest new strategies for building and what is the architecture of 3D printed concrete?"


Documentation Co-Lead


material research, additive manufacturing, robotic fabrication, digital fabrication


Images by J. Bilotti courtesy of Robotic Construction Laboratory, Cornell AAP. Description by HANNAH.

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