SAMBA RECEPTION DESK: COMPROMISING AESTHETICS, FABRICATION AND STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE WITH THE USE OF VIRTUAL AND PHYSICAL MODELS IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

  • Wilson Barbosa Neto Universidade Estadual de Campinas
  • André Araujo University of Campinas
  • Guilherme Carvalho University of Campinas
  • Gabriela Celani University of Campinas

Resumo

The present paper describes an integrative design experiment in which different types of models were used in order to achieve a design that compromises aesthetics, lightness, fabrication, assembly and structural performance. It shows how an integrative aproach, through the use of both virtual and physical models, can provide valuable feedback in different phases of the design and fabrication process. It was possible to conclude that the design method used allowed solving many problems and had a significant impact in the resulting object.

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2014-12-03
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Barbosa Neto, W., Araujo, A., Carvalho, G., & Celani, G. (2014). SAMBA RECEPTION DESK: COMPROMISING AESTHETICS, FABRICATION AND STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE WITH THE USE OF VIRTUAL AND PHYSICAL MODELS IN THE DESIGN PROCESS. Gestão & Tecnologia De Projetos, 9(2), 53-69. https://doi.org/10.11606/gtp.v9i2.83913
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