Responsive Structure

Reactive structure

Adaptive Architecture is an evolving field of architectural practice and research. An attractive web design makes your website look good on all devices. The Responsive Webdesign, originally defined by Ethan Marcotte in A List Apart, responds to the needs of users and the devices they use.

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Responsible architecture is an emerging domain of practical and research work in the realm of design. Adaptive architectural solutions are those that sense real ambient condition (via sensors) so that a building can adjust its appearance, colour, shape and/or characteristics (via actuators). Responsible architecures seek to fine-tune and expand the disciplines of design by enhancing the efficiency of building design with responsive technology (sensors / controls / actuators) while creating structures that mirror the technology and culture of our age.

Adaptive architecture differs from other types of collaborative designs in that it integrates smart and responsive technology into the key components of the shell. As an example: By integrating fast-reacting technology into the supporting structure system of structures, architect can connect the form of a structure directly with its surroundings.

It allows them to rethink the way they create and build spaces, while advancing disciplines, rather than apply patchwork of smart technology to an established architectural view. As described by many writers, the joint understanding of responsive architectures is a category of architectures or buildings that demonstrate the capacity to change their shape to continuously mirror the surrounding area.

Negroponte's contributions have also resulted in new works of reactive architectural design, but as esthetic creation rather than function. Diller & Scofidio (Blur), aECOi ( Aegis Hypo-Surface),[2] and NOX (The Freshwater Pavilion, NL) can all be classified as reactive architectures. Every one of these works supervises variations in the surroundings and changes its shape in reaction to these changes.

Diller & Scofidio's Blur is based on the responsive properties of a cluster that changes shapes as it blows in the air. The work of enCOi enables the reactivity through a programmed facade and the work of NOX, a programmed audiovisual space. These works all rely on the computer's ability to continually compute and connect digitally programmed model with the physical environment and the incidents that characterize it.

Tensegrity structure (prototype) actuated by ORAMBRA. Whereas much attention has been paid in recent years to investing in smart housing, the main focus has been on the development of computer-based and electronic solutions to tailor the inside of a home to the needs of its occupants.

Reactive architectural research has much more to do with the structure of the buildings themselves[4], their capacity to adjust to changing climatic events and to take into consideration lighting, heating and cooling. In theory, this could be done by creating a structure of bars and cords that flex in the breeze and distribute the weight like a boom.

Similarly, the window responds to incoming lights, opening and shutting to create the best possible ambient temperature and temperature in the room. ORAMBRA changes the form of a edifice. ORAMBRA's FullScale Actuated Teensegrity Structure (prototype). Shown left: A scaled model casting of aluminum casting tension grinders, high-grade aluminum parts and air actuators (pneumatic actuators by Shadow Robotics UK) by Tristan d'Estree Sterk and The Office for Robotic Architectural Media (2003).

This type of structure system uses adjustable and controlled stiffness to give architect and engineer control system shapes. An ultralight structure design, these kits represent a prime way to reduce the amount of shortened power used in civil engineering work. Based on Negroponte: Tristan d'Estrée Sterk (2003), The School of The Art Institute of Chicago, a hybridized control model suitable for a reactive architecture.

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