Model is the last in a series of prototypes for a robot-arm attachment that could lay glass fibers in three-dimensional space and produce structural fiberglass elements absent of or with minimal need for a secondary disposable scaffold. The tests were conducted using fast reacting UV curable resin.
About The Designer
Stefan Stanojevic is currently an M.Arch II candidate, expected to graduate in 2016 from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. During his time at Terreform One and StudioTeka, Stefan focused on researching the influence of hybrid productive infrastructure and developing technologies for future sustainable cities. His current research focus is on the experience design of contact points between digital space and the built environment.
Mike Johnson is currently pursuing an M.Arch II degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD). He is from New Orleans, LA, and graduated from Louisiana State University with a bachelor of architecture in 2012. He worked at CLS Architects in New Orleans before enrolling at Harvard. During the summer of 2015, he worked at EYP Architecture and Engineering in Boston. Mike is expected to graduate from the GSD in May 2016.