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  • Additive Architectural Elements

    A New Robotic Brutalism

    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. Choosing common-place prototypical architectural motifs such as floors, columns, doors, windows, walls, and ceilings, HANNAH developed strategies as to how the layering of concrete, the relentless three-dimensional drawing of extruded lines of material, and the act of corbelling can suggest new strategies for building. The question is: what is the architecture of 3D printed concrete?

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