Session A3 : ABS

16:00 Additive Manufacturing: 3D Print of the Building Envelope

Chair:James Warton, HKS Architects Inc., Dallas, USA

High-performance 3D printed façade with integrated energy
  • Additive Manufacturing and Integrated Energy (AMIE) research project
  • Next-generation adaptive energy technology
  • Capture, transform, store, and redistribute climatic energy flows

Maged Guerguis, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chicago, USA

Additive and conventional manufacturing for metallic building skin components
  • Additive manufacturing and conventional manufacturing for building skin components
  • LCA additive and conventional manufacturing for metallic building skin components
  • Framework to assess additive and conventional manufacturing technologies for building components

Natasa Mrazovic, Stanford University, Stanford, USA

Fluid morphology - 3D-printed functional-integrated building envelope
  • 3D-printed functional-integrated façade element
  • Functional geometry
  • Polycarbonate

Moritz Mungenast, Technical University Munich, Germany

3D printed structural components of a stadium roof
  • Additive manufactured metals
  • Structural optimization
  • Design to fabrication workflows and mass customization

James Warton, HKS Architects Inc, Dallas, USA

Design and Construction of 3D printing window
  • Invisible, high performing (Uf=0 W/m2K) and inexpensive
  • Designing and printing window by yourself

Naree KIM, VS-A.KR Ltd. – Building Envelope Engineering, Seoul, South Korea

17:30 End of Conference Day 1