Gilberto Villalobos II

Gilberto Villalobos II

Portland, OR, US



a string becomes in-tense...

In-tense is developed as a geometry derived from a set of primary strings which parasitically attach to existing structures, and secondary strings, which tension and form and control the overall network. We found inspiration in spider webs, where the same series of rules and steps are replicated, but different environments result in unique spatial configurations. Our research first decoded the individual variables controlling the geometric string patterns and then used Grasshopper+Kangaroo to visualize the complex structure parametrically.

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Status: School Project
Location: Eugene, OR, US
Additional Credits: R. Kiesler