3D printed façade for EU building by DUS architects

A flying sail

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2016年上半年的欧盟轮值主席国由荷兰担任,DUS architects被委托为这一事件建造一座临时性的“欧盟建筑”,值得一提的是,这座位于阿姆斯特丹Marine区的建筑的立面是一件大型的生物塑料3D打印作品。在今年六月轮值结束之后,这座建筑将被全面回收。

The EU Presidency takes place in the Netherlands for half a year starting January 2016 at the Amsterdam Marineterrein (Marine Area). Here European politicians gather in the mobile ‘Europe Building’ made especially for this event. Eye catcher is the entrance façade designed by DUS architects, which consists of unique 3D printed elements made of bio-plastic that can be fully recycled after the presidency is over.

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代表历史的帆船和现代化的数字制造技术
Historical sailing ships and digital fabrication

这座建筑的所在地是曾经的帆船制建造场,立面造型即是参照了这一点。凹龛将蓝色的3D打印的坐凳笼罩在下方,为人们提供庇护。打印的花样有大有小、有圆有方,代表欧盟各国的联合和多样性。到了晚上,“船帆”逐渐被脉冲灯光点亮。

The entrance of  the building is partially constructed with playfully shaped sails that refer to the historical sailing ships that used to be built in this area. This creates alcoves, which house EU-blue coloured 3D-printed benches. The printed patterns build up from large to small and round to square and depict the variety and community of the EU countries. At night the sails are lit gradually with a pulsing light.

▽ 立面造型,facade

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XXL 3D打印
XXL 3D printing

经过参数化设计,每一个座位都与凹龛完美切合。这座建筑的制造者,位于阿姆斯特丹3D Print Cannal House的超大型3D打印机可以打印2 x 2 x 3.5m的元件。建造打印使用的材料是一种特制的生物塑料,作为表面以一种带颜色的混凝土覆盖。这种材料可以在轮值结束后被分解和重新用于打印。在公共建筑领域,出现如此超大型的3D打印作品,尚属首次。

Every seating element is parametrically designed and fits perfectly within each alcove. They are prototypes developed especially for the EU presidency, and printed locally with the XXL 3D printer of the 3D Print Canal House in Amsterdam. This life-size printer can print elements up to 2 x 2 x 3,5 meters. The prints are made of a specially developed bio-plastic and the seating surfaces are filled with a light-coloured concrete. The bio-plastic can be shredded and reprinted after the presidency is over. This is the first time in the world that these kinds of XXL 3D prints are being shown in the public domain.

▽ 凹龛,alcove

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整条建造产业链的创新
The entire building chain contributes to innovation

这座建筑是多方合作的结果:DUS architects负责设计,为XL3D打印建造元件提供在线定制软件服务的荷兰初创公司Actual负责参数化开发和产品打印,Neptunus负责结构,TenTech负责工程,Henkel负责材料,Philips负责照明,Heijmans负责建造和组装。

The project is the first commercial spin-off resulting from the collaborations on the 3D Print Canal House: an initiative of DUS architects and partners. The production of the 3D prints has been done by Actual, an Amsterdam-based start-up that develops online customizing software for building elements linked to XL 3D printing. The façade has been developed in a very short time span thanks to the close collaboration between the various parties: DUS (design), Actual (parametric development & 3D printing), Neptunus (temporary structures), TenTech (engineering), Henkel (material development), Philips (light), and Heijmans (construction and assembly). Heijmans, a  innovation-driven building company, is a special partner of this project.

▽ 夜景,night view

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