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Video screenshot - holographic construction.
Video screenshot - holographic construction.

Video screenshot - holographic construction.
Video screenshot - holographic construction.

Video screenshot - holographic construction.
Video screenshot - holographic construction.

Video screenshot - holographic construction.
Video screenshot - holographic construction.

Video screenshot - holographic construction.
Video screenshot - holographic construction.

Video screenshot - holographic construction.
Video screenshot - holographic construction.

Video screenshot - holographic construction.
Video screenshot - holographic construction.

Video screenshot - holographic construction.
Video screenshot - holographic construction.




PROJECTINDEX
 
AUGSTRUCTION
University of Applied Arts Vienna
ARCHITECTURE,URBAN DESIGN,LANDSCAPE DESIGN

Construction under the aid of augmented-reality
Architecture graduate Garvin Goepel reconstructed Corbusier’s South Wall of Ronchamp by using no plans but only his augmented reality apps for Microsoft HoloLens and Apple iPhone. He discovered a new construction method that will illuminate 2D drawings and the need for skilled labour. He calls this new method Augstruction. Augstruction allows you to determine complex tasks and to understand structural relations through simplified and accessible methods, in a very intuitive way.
In this project, he focused on the assembly of non-standard prefabricated elements based on an optimized structure with a feedback loop, which allows you to integrate imprecision into the design. The project was not designed in drawings, but in a non-linear process that allows the integration of new information during the augstruction phases.
This project was executed by non-professionals. Even children were able to assemble structural relations intuitively and playfully with Augstruction, whereas they would have never been able to understand these relations in a conventional 2D drawing of the same geometry.
Augstruction makes a division between the exactitude of the space to be built and the method by which it is constructed.