Photo Courtesy: Zuzana Vajdova
After months of hard work, Möbius has finally been completed. Check out the official photographs taken by Rostislav Zapletal.
The wooden sheets of "pedals" have been attached - making Möbius 90% complete! Check out more photos after the jump. Martin Gsandtner, Martin Šichman, and Marie Davidová are pleased with the results :)
Möbius is coming to life! The module pieces have been fabricated and we built the pavilion outside of the FLD campus to make sure everything was ok.
Möbius is almost ready for its big debut at the reSITE Festival! Students at FLD are putting together the final pieces together Manča working on final calculations We're super excited to see Möbius in its full glory
Due to the recent floods in Prague, the MÖBIUS pavilion for REsite will be relocated to Karlovo Náměstí. See you all there on June 20!
Students at FLD have been busy assembling the wooden modules for the Möbius. Manča seemed quite satisfied with the progress :) The warehouse is full of the triangular modules, waiting to be pieced together.
Exact calculations for the wooden modules are modeled in Rhino And voila!
MÖBIUS: PARESITE PAVILION Environmental Summer Pavilion for reSITE Led by Marie Davidová, Martin Gsandtner, Martin Šichman Abstract: The Paresite – The Environmental Pavilion is a mobius shaped triangular structure built from torqued pine wood planks with half...
It's been a while since the blog has been updated, but the production team has been busy making the wood pieces at the workshops. Here's a quick update on our environmental pavilion, MÖBIUS. The production of the wooden panels have officially begun at the Eurodach, where the team has been...
The students at FLD have made prototypes of the wooden triangular modules for Möbius
Meet Möbius: the pareSITE. Last year, reSITE's inflatable pavilion was called Rosy the Ballerina. We liked calling our pavilion as if it were a person (after all, we spend more time with it than our real friends), so we decided to continue this theme for this year. Our...
Using the triangular module system, Team A wanted the form to be based off of a Mobius strip: a surface with only one side and only one boundary components.
Team A (aka "Cold Pop") decided to make a partial 1:1 scale model to study the joint system and get an overall feel of what this pavilion will look like. Martin, the wood pro, made a 1:1 scale of the triangle module with pinewood -- the actual material we will be using for the pavilion. We...
The second year students at ARCHIP split into two groups to further the design and make it actually buildable. Team A was working on Yuliya's design and Team B worked with Dessy's design. Both teams chose names: Team A is "Cold Pop" and Team B is "Predators." (But because I think they sound...
With Yuliya's pavilion design chosen as the winner, the next step was to develop it into an actual, buildable structure. Agreeing that a triangular paneling would be the best, we got together to explore different types of methods to use the triangular panels.
Blogging the process of designing and building the pavilion for the 2013 Prague ReSITE Festival. Lead by Marie Davidová with Martin Gsandtner, Martin Šichman and Lukáš Kurilla at ARCHIP and FLD - CZU. http://resite.cz http://archip.eu http://www.fld.czu.cz/en