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Spatial Timber Assemblies, Zurich, 2016-2018
Spatial Timber Assemblies is a joint collaboration of Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zürich and ERNE AG Holzbau. The focus is on the development and implementation of an innovative robot-based fabrication process of timber frame modules. This process builds upon existing methods of timber framing by adding the robot´s ability to produce parts just-in-time and precisely place material in space. The implementation of the robot allows for the timber modules to be highly prefabricated regardless of the complexity, thus allowing for a quick and simple on-site assembly.

See also:
DFAB HOUSE
Credits:
Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich

In cooperation with: Lukas Stadelmann (ADRL), Michael Lyrenmann (RFL), Philippe Fleischmann (RFL)
Collaborators: Andreas Thoma (Project Lead Fabrication), Arash Adel (Project Lead Computational Design), Thomas Wehrle (Project Lead ERNE AG Holzbau), Matthias Helmreich, Augusto Gandia, Gonzalo Casas, Matteo Pacher, Moritz Späh, Dr. Thomas Kohlhammer, Dr. Volker Helm, Dr. Ammar Mirjan
Industry partner: ERNE AG Holzbau

Copyright 2016, Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Gramazio Kohler Research
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