'Woven Concrete' Installation

EcoBuild Exhibition

1st Prize | Construction 2009​

'WOVEN CONCRETE' was the winning proposal of the 'Geometric Generation Competition' at the AA-DRL, examining new structural and visual potentials for Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete products (Rieder's Fiber-C).



The weaving together of panels, their stacking method and the multiplicity of connection points, all serve the goal of creating a structure which is simultaneously fragile, light and yet structural.

The 'woven concrete' proposal plays with our views of concrete as a heavy modernistic material and opens up the possibility for a lighter and more transparent utilisation of concrete in the current architectural culture.

Credits:
Design Team : 

ShaGa Studio: Gary Freedman, Shany Barath

with Osbert So and Immanuel Koh.



Manufacturer: Rieder [Fiber-C]

Structural Engineering: Generative Geometry /Buro Happold.

AA DRL Coordination: Yusuke Obuchi, Lawrence Frisen, Robert Stuart Smith

Fabrication Team: Gary Freedman,Shany Barath

with Osbert so , Immanuel Koh and Denis Vlieghe,Denis Lacej.

Assembly Team: AADRL and Rieder(AT)

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