Bio(-cyber)-physical Planetoid and Componential Hybridity projects from TU Delft are exhibited at the Dutch Design Week 2020. DDW is the biggest design event in Northern Europe presents work and ideas of more than 2600 designers to more than 350,000 visitors from home and abroad. In more than 110 locations across the city, DDW organizes and facilitates exhibitions, lectures, prize ceremonies, networking events, debates and festivities.
Project 1: Componential Hybridity: part of D2RP for Circular Wood Project at Faculty of Architecture (Robotic Building)
The project has been initiated by HvA with the objective to identify opportunities for wood reuse through the use of advanced digital production technologies, and develop related implementation strategies for public organisations, in particular housing corporations and municipalities. Strategies include concrete proposals on how to: a) collect and process wood waste from residential buildings; b) add value to reclaimed wood by means of digital production; c) increase tenant involvement and acceptance for waste wood collection and circular reuse; d) create impactful applications for a circular economy.
Project 2: Bio(-cyber)-physical Planetoid: part of D2RP for Bio-Cyber-Physical Planetoids at Faculty of Architecture (Robotic Building)
This project is a collaboration between Landscape Architecture (LA) and Robotic Building (RB) at TU Delft. It implements minimum interventions that stimulate both biodiversity and social accessibility of places in the long term. These interventions are large enough to relate to architectural scale and partly made from materials found on site. This project aims to make interventions that help existing life on the spot, encouraging autonomous development in particular with respect to biodiversity, water retention and accessibility.