Component Systems

Dynamically performing  Structure and Shell Components :

The arrival of the “Post Object” represents such a fundamental distortion in the processes and priorities in the design-cycle of any concept object that we must re-consider the design process. This shift, the adoption of a process which creates a range of possibilities, will break down the barrier between the movable and immovable, the static and the dynamic, industrial design and architecture. There could be no compelling reason to “stick” build a building when an assembled component, with superior performance can be precision fabricated and placed at the site. The availability of these methods implies a convergence of the design process regardless of the scale of the final intended design.