Modular Variation | Kevin Xiong

Modular Variations – Prototype II

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This full-scale wall prototype was constructed as part of the Modular Variations design studio taught by Adam Marcus at the University of Minnesota School of Architecture in spring 2013. The studio was part of an ongoing research project into role of variation in design and fabrication processes, with a focus on developing innovative approaches to reconfigurable and/or flexible formwork.

The wall prototype, installed on the exterior terrace of Ralph Rapson Hall at the University of Minnesota, is comprised of 66 structurally repetitive yet individually unique cast concrete modules. The modules were produced using custom designed, adjustable formwork with a flexible latex bladder that yielded variable apertures throughout the wall.

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