REX|LAB

Additive Thrones

REX|LAB 2022

“The aim of this seminar was to design and fabricate an intricate and highly ornamental 3d printable throne prototype which is not just pure decor, but also a usable object. The project aligns itself in an ongoing research of robotic 3d printing using thermoplastics as a material system. “

Credits

Teaching: Pavlos Fereos, Eftihis Efthimiou

Fabrication: Kilian Bauer, Julian Edelmann

Design: Julian Edelmann, Charlotte Thorn, Lara Penz

Robotic Lab: Phygital Space • Seamless Digital Materiality

Beitrag zur Ausstellung “Potenziale 3”

REX|LAB, 2021

This group is concerned both with the integration of robotics and augmented reality software into design and fabrication processes as with the cultural relevance of these very technologies. Two works will be exhibited: “Phygital Space”, an interactive installation by Alexandra Moisi and Nicolas Stephan, and “Seamless Digital Materiality”, an on-site 3D-printed installation by Georg Grasser in collaboration with PDNB – the FWF-PEEK funded project “Postdigital Neobaroque”- and REX|Lab. 

phygital space. an interface

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DifferentialGrowthColumn

REX|LAB 2021

UIBK SPRING 2021 Robotic Fabrication Workshop. The workshop focused in computationally designing and digitally fabricating a large-scale prototype structure utilizing robotic 3D printing at REX-LAB facility at the University of Innsbruck, Austria. The participants had the opportunity to engage with robotic fabrication and experiment with computational techniques to produce complex and elaborated results.

E1 WS 2021/22 DIGITAL CERAMICS

ceramic 3D-printing in architecture – WS 2021

Students learn the theory and practice of additive processes in architecture. In small projects we develop the software skills to design for 3D printing as well as to generate the print files. In the next step, individual projects of the students are worked out and their own designs are printed in model scale. Here we focus on the material ceramic. Ceramics, i.e. fired clay, is already the most widely used building material on … more

E3 2021/22 KM 0 Architecture – GROW/ PRINT YOUR OWN BUILDING

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PROJECT FEA(S)T

[Furthering Experimental Architectures, Strategies and Technologies]

Part of the Institute for Experimental Architecture at University of Innsbruck, operating since 2012, Studio Colletti operates at the crossroads of architectural design, building technologies and contempurary culture. Project FEA(S)T endeavours to further experimental architectures, strategies and technologies, to promote architecture as cultural production: a feat by an individual and/or a team – an achievement that requires great courage, skill, and strength – and a feast … more

TRIOPIC SPECTACLE @ARS Electronica Festival 2021

Postdigital Neobaroque Transmedia – PDNB

As part of an ongoing process of diversification, as well as a contribution to the decentralisation and democratisation of the digital, Triopic Spectacle* seeks to dissolve the hierarchies between the real and the potential – a radical concept that can be traced back to 17th century baroque thinking.

Exhibition date: 09.09.2021 – 12.09.2021

VIRTUAL REALITY via Mozilla Hubs

Join the global VR domain, an interactive and online based social space that allows you as the … more

350/360 COHESION/COCOON

REX|LAB, 2019

A 3D printed pavilion designed for the University of Innsbruck’s 350th anniversary, 2019.

A cooperation of researchers and students at the University of

Innsbruck (Institute for Experimental Architecture, Unit Hochbau, Faculty of Architecture;

Department of Structural Engineering and Material Science, Unit Concrete Structures and Bridge Design, Faculty of Engineering Science), the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands (3D Concrete Printing research group), and industry partners (the University of Innsbruck spin-off incremental3d GmbH; Baumit GmbH; PORR Bau GmbH).

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TERRESTRIAL REEF

REX|LAB, 2019

A 3D printed installation within the ‘Show Garden’ silver medal winner GARDENING WILL SAVE THE WORLD – IKEA & TOM DIXON pavilion* at the 2019 RHS Royal Chelsea Flower Show

Design: Marjan Colletti, Tiziano Derme

Soil 3D printing: MAEID

Collaborators: Moritz Riedl (UIBK), Lukas Vorreiter (UIBK)

Cooperation partners: Daniela Mitterberger/MAEID (soil printing research); Tyroler Glückspilze GmbH (fungi research); BMade at The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL (robotic arm); REX|LAB at Innsbruck University (facilities)

Fabrication: REX|LAB Exp.Arch. Innsbruck

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LIQUID ROCK

REX|LAB, 2018

Robotically 3D printed installation, sited at the Wachtberg Sculpture Park, Austria, 2018

Design: M. Colletti, E. Efthymiou, G. Grasser, A. Karaivanov, J. Ruiz

Fabrication: Baumit GmbH

Sponsoring: The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL. Innsbruck University,
Baumit GmbH

Photography: N. Korab

Drone footage: M. Ihle Digital Landscapes

We live in a time of digitisation, automation, artificial intelligence – the fourth industrial revolution. We still can not fully anticipate the scope of their effects; but it will fundamentally change every

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LIQUID ROCK

REX|LAB, 2018

Robotically 3D printed installation at the Gallerie Goettlicher Krems-Stein, Austria, 2018

Design: M. Colletti, E. Efthymiou, G. Grasser, A. Karaivanov, J. Ruiz

Fabrication: Baumit GmbH

Sponsoring: The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL. Innsbruck University,
Baumit GmbH

Photography: N. Korab

We live in a time of digitisation, automation, artificial intelligence – the fourth industrial revolution. We still can not fully anticipate the scope of their effects; but it will fundamentally change every aspect of life at a pace unprecedented

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