HKU’s pavilion of 1000 3D printed clay structures goes on display

HKU’s pavilion of 1000 3D printed clay structures goes on display

Designers from the University of Hong Kong (HKU) combined traditional Chinese clay craft with 3D printed architecture to create the CeramicINformation pavilion, a 3m² structure made up of 1000 interconnected clay structures. The CeramicInformation project, led by Christian J. Lange and Donn Holohan from the HKU Faculty of Architecture, examines the role of digital design and fabrication in emerging economies. The pavilion is currently on display at the Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism and Architecture (UABB) in Shenzhen, China. The CeramicINformation Pavilion. Photo via Christian J Lange. How clay can give the 21st Century character Clay, a versatile material found […]

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