Juli 2019

From Research to Reality

We had a great interview with Archipreneur. Read it in their latest Issue.

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© Archipreneur

"The gateway to the future"

3F Studio has designed a 3D-printed facade destined to serve as the new entrance of the Deutsches Museum in Munich. The design originates from the research project Fluid Morphology, a multifunctional, translucent 3D printed facade application, developed at the Associate Professorship of Architectural Design and Building Envelope at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), and specialises in 3D Printed performative architecture and design. The computational-based design process allows for “environmentally informed architectural design” and integrates functions such as ventilation, insulation, and shading already integrated into the new facade.

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© Visualisation: nuur.nu

June 2019

Bauwelt 11.2019

Our "Deutsches Museum" project has been featured in the Bauwelt magazine.

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"The gateway to the future"

3F Studio has designed a 3D-printed facade destined to serve as the new entrance of the Deutsches Museum in Munich. The design originates from the research project Fluid Morphology, a multifunctional, translucent 3D printed facade application, developed at the Associate Professorship of Architectural Design and Building Envelope at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), and specialises in 3D Printed performative architecture and design. The computational-based design process allows for “environmentally informed architectural design” and integrates functions such as ventilation, insulation, and shading already integrated into the new facade.

More information via the link.
© Visualisation: nuur.nu

March 2019

Deutsches Museum On Archdaily and Designboom

Our "Deutsches Museum" project got published on Archdaily and Designboom. Take a look at the two articles:

ArchDaily
Designboom

© Screenshots from: archdaily.com & designboom.com

"The gateway to the future"

3F Studio has designed a 3D-printed facade destined to serve as the new entrance of the Deutsches Museum in Munich. The design originates from the research project Fluid Morphology, a multifunctional, translucent 3D printed facade application, developed at the Associate Professorship of Architectural Design and Building Envelope at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), and specialises in 3D Printed performative architecture and design. The computational-based design process allows for “environmentally informed architectural design” and integrates functions such as ventilation, insulation, and shading already integrated into the new facade.

More information via the link.
© Visualisation: nuur.nu

January 2019

"Lohnenswertes Wagnis"

A report of our 3d printed facade for the "Deutsches Museum" got published by the Süddeutsche Zeitung. Read it at the link below.

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© Screenshot from: sueddeutsche.de

"The gateway to the future"

3F Studio has designed a 3D-printed facade destined to serve as the new entrance of the Deutsches Museum in Munich. The design originates from the research project Fluid Morphology, a multifunctional, translucent 3D printed facade application, developed at the Associate Professorship of Architectural Design and Building Envelope at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), and specialises in 3D Printed performative architecture and design. The computational-based design process allows for “environmentally informed architectural design” and integrates functions such as ventilation, insulation, and shading already integrated into the new facade.

More information via the link.
© Visualisation: nuur.nu

January 2019

Press release of Deutsches Museum

The Deutsches Museum in Munich announced on 16 January 2019, in conjunction with the unanimous approval of the Munich Urban Design Committee, our 3d-printed facade proposal for its interim entrance building. 3F Studio works with Architekten Schmidt-Schicketanz und Partner GmbH and David Wolfertstetter Architektur who are responsible for the planning of the entrance building behind the facade.

More information via the link.
© Visualisation: nuur.nu

"The gateway to the future"

3F Studio has designed a 3D-printed facade destined to serve as the new entrance of the Deutsches Museum in Munich. The design originates from the research project Fluid Morphology, a multifunctional, translucent 3D printed facade application, developed at the Associate Professorship of Architectural Design and Building Envelope at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), and specialises in 3D Printed performative architecture and design. The computational-based design process allows for “environmentally informed architectural design” and integrates functions such as ventilation, insulation, and shading already integrated into the new facade.

More information via the link.
© Visualisation: nuur.nu

January 2019

3F Studio @ BAU 2019

3F Studio was nominated by Detail's Digital Village to participate at this years BAU, world's leading trade fair for architecture, materials and building systems in Munich. We had many high quality conversations and received a good feedback on our facade system and computational design aproach. We thank everybody for their support and are already looking for the next BAU 2021.

More information via the link.
© Photographs: Yury Soldatov

January 2019

3F Studio @ BAU 2019

3F Studio was nominated by Detail's Digital Village to participate at this years BAU, world's leading trade fair for architecture, materials and systems in Munich. We had many high quality conversations and received a good feedback on our façade system and computational design aproach. We thank everybody for their support and are already looking for the next BAU 2021.

More information via the link.

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