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Sport Stadium

 

HYPERMEMBRANE can be used also for dynamic structures.

The case study tries to investigate how a building can respond to different environmental conditions, reorganizing shape to achieve the most optimal performance, For a system to become reactive, it must be in continuous communication with its environment. That is why control engineering is concerned. The collection of environmental data and its subsequent filtering and processing, serves to determine the system’s response to a changing environment. This way, it is possible to define where and how to act, and how the system is to react.  Therefore we can respond protecting to the sunlight, energy capture orienting the surfaces to the most optimized direction, internal ventilation in case of high temperature or condensation, self illumination using a second internal skin with luminescent materials. 

 

 

Hypermembrane  has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme managed by REA-Research Executive Agencyhttp://ec.europa.eu/research/rea. ([FP7/2007-2013] [FP7/2007-2011]) under grant agreement n° 606242.

hypermembrane ha recivido fondos de desarrollo para proyecto NEOTEC del CEDETI, SNEO - 20171268. Estructura adaptable para envolventes arquitectonicas de geometrias complejas.