SYSTEMS REEF

Robotic fabrication for Workplace Flexibility

Systems Reef is an ongoing cross-disciplinary and applied industry research project jointly undertaken by BVN and The University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning. The Systems Reef, through applied design research and onsite robotic carbon fibre threading innovates ceiling systems to create a bespoke integrated solution for a commercial building.

To learn more download ‘Design Research between Academia and Practice: Systems Reef – Developing A Robotic, Carbon-Fibre Wound, Integrated Ceiling Structure’

Authors of the paper: Dagmar Reinhardt, Ninotschka Titchkosky, Dylan Wozniak-O’Connor, Rod Watt, Chris Bickerton, Densil Cabrera and Christhina Candido for the ADR 18, Annual Design Research Conference.

Film by: Andrew Robinson, BVN

The BVN team are at RobArch 2018. Follow @BVNrobotics and  BVN Principal @ninotschkat on Instagram for live event updates!

 

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Getting ready for tomorrow’s start RobArch18 @robarch2018 @bvnrobotics @architecturebvn @bvn_usa

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RobArch18 Zurich workshop kick off @bvnrobotics @bvn_usa @architecturebvn #robotics #robarch2018

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#chainsaw attached to a #robot. Match made in heaven #robarch2018

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#timber structures with dowl joining. And wifi password.

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