Robotic building as physically built robotic environments and robotically supported building processes
The development of concepts and practical applications for Robotic Building (RB) is based on an understanding of buildings from a life-cycle perspective with respect to their socio-economical and ecological impact. This implies developments of interactive building components, which respond to users needs in ever-changing environments and requires seamless, numerically controlled and robotically supported design-to-production and operation chains enabling implementation of robotic building components from conceptualisation to use. RB implying both, physically built robotic environments and robotically driven building processes as developed more recently at Hyperbody, which is a research group at the Technical University Delft, is presented and discussed in this chapter with the aim to evaluate results and identify potential developments for the future.
Bier, H. H. , Mostafavi, S. (2016)., Robotic building as physically built robotic environments and robotically supported building processes, in N. S. Dalton, H. Schnädelbach, M. Wiberg & T. Varoudis (eds.), Architecture and interaction, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 253-271.
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