Architecture and construction 3D printed projects continue to gain momentum across countries. The latest project within the construction industry that will probably left you speechless, has been unveiled during the 6th annual Tallinn Architecture Biennale in the Baltic nation of Estonia.
This project is a 3D printed “Fungi Home”, built by the Australian team of Simulaa and Natalie Alima, is a 3D printed structure, designed to decompose, signifying the slow passage of time.
“[Our] project curates an uneasy alliance between biological transformations and the performance of a generative algorithm,” said the Simulaa design team. “Through this measured process, the project seeks to heighten this state of flux, expressed in the object’s material decay that is in the tension between its emerging and eroding form.”
The “Fungi Home” perfectly meets the Biennale’s theme being “Edible; Or, The Architecture of Metabolism.” It enables to envision a very wavy way of considering how materials and methods can be utilized to build taking into account local environments through projects that “take a long, romantic and human-centric view towards construction technology.
“This project curates an uneasy alliance between biological transformations and the performance of a generative algorithm,” the design team said in a press statement. “Through this measured process, the project seeks to heighten this state of flux, expressed in the object’s material decay that is in tension between emerging and eroding form.”
Made up of waste material from local timber industries like offcuts and sawdust, the hut’s inherent biodegradable state highights the dichotomies of material.
Meant to stimulate the relationship between local and foreign architects, the Tallinn Architecture Biennale TAB 2022 is curated by past winners Gwyllim Jahn, Cameron Newnham, Soomeen Hahm Design, and Igor Pantic.
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