Some amazing work from this years 3rd Year Architecture Students. This year they developed prototype actuated building skin components based on a hygromorphic material using bacteria spores. The work was presented on Monday 21st November. The results were astounding – as evidenced by the quality of the video above.
Ten undergraduate Architecture students, a level 2 containment lab, the most expensive cellophane money can buy and pipettes full of bacteria spores. What could go wrong? We kicked off the Bacilla Spore Actuator project with a 3rd Year Architecture studio as part of our Experimental Architecture theme. The students worked on designs for a facade panel […]