Digital Construction Of Bamboo Architecture Based On Multi-Technology Cooperation:Constructing A New Parameterized Digital Construction Workflow Of Bamboo Architec-Ture From Traditional Bamboo Construction Technology

Ke Nan Sun Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen)
Tian Tian Lo Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen)
Xiangmin Guo Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen)
Jinxuan Wu Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen)

Limited by the non-standard nature of bamboo, bamboo has always been regarded as a traditional, restrictive, and timeconsuming building material. Therefore, there is an urgent need for an enhanced parametric design system and digital construction workflow to upgrade the traditional bamboo construction process. In this paper, through the analysis of the bamboo pavilion ” Diecui Gallery ” under the traditional construction method, five main factors restricting the development of bamboo architecture are obtained: difficult positioning of supporting structure, low efficiency of material selection and matching, the manual processing of materials, non-standard node and low utilization rate of non-standard waste materials. Then, through literature review, we proposed the technical means to improve these factors and put forward a multi-technology collaborative digital construction workflow. The workflow will comprise augmented reality, 3D scanning, robot-aided construction, 3D printing, and design rules. Moreover, by building parametric benches, we used augmented reality technology and new design rules to verify multi-technology collaborative fabrication workflow possibilities and effectiveness. This paper wants to explore a parametric design method based on bamboo material characteristics and multi-technology collaborative workflow, to improve the utilization rate of non-standard bamboo components in parametric design.

Keywords: Sdg11, Bamboo Material; Multi-Technology Collaboration; Parametric Design System; Augmented Reality; Digital Construction Method

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