Banafscheh Tezeri, Samin Mozafari
Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch
Islamic Republic of Iran
The "National Digital Heritage Center" was a competition held in Korea and announced media and our professor-Dr.Javad Eiraji- choose it as the project of the… more
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Hello, your project is simply impressive, I like the diagrams, and the code images which reflects the hard work behind the project. The design of the project is also remarkable, the exterior shape is dynamic, with an organic design, and also it was a good idea to isolate the expositional space from the other sources of distractions (both interior and exterior), letting the visitors to concentrate on the exposed heritage.
Perhaps the presented text puts too much emphasis on the idea of black holes and time travel through them, more information about the materials used in the creation of organic forms would have been useful. Maybe an aluminum shell, on the metallic structure could resolve the constructive provocations.
I appreciate your work and project very much. Congratulations and have a very good luck!
The "National Digital Heritage Center" was a competition held in Korea and announced media and our professor-Dr.Javad Eiraji- choose it as the project of the lesson technology design. The first question that we asked ourselves was: what does heritage mean? something transmitted by or acquired from a predecessor: legacy. Then we find our problem: The way that we want to form the heritage concept into a digital platform! We tried to convey the heritage digital works to the audience now and in the future in the most tangible way possible. But how do humans get a closer look at the past? Unless we could travel in time
The solution we had for time travel was black holes and connecting the past, present, and future as a bridge and ramp throughout the project. The architecture of the project uses these ramps, which act as black holes, to allow users to move around the installations where digital heritage is displayed, experience, shop, and even create artworks in the workshops. Spaces that needed to be connected to each other, in addition to communication routes such as stairs and elevators, were connected to ramps that were like black holes. Interior installations have been designed according to the needs of the space and efforts have been made to make the heritage Artwork as tangible as possible for the audience.
Digital tools such as Rhino and Grass Hopper plugins were used to convert the concept to form. For the general form, we chose coding that includes binary code because the digital world is made up of zeros and ones. Then, with the cocoon plugin, we added the interface space like a black hole to the general form.The locating of the site was adjusted using the Ladybug pluggin and using the analysis of vision, sunlight houres, radiation and windrose, and finally the best orientation was done. locating the spaces was based on a physical program and designed with the pufferfish plugin