Representational Research at the University of Virginia School of Architecture

Model of Behavioral Facade (Cochran | Hays)

Behavioral Facade

A simple rotation of multiple parts of a facade can allow a building to breathe. Whether these openings are user-controlled or are programmed to react to thermal conditions, different portions of a building can open to allow for increased wind movement or close to maintain internal temperatures.

Behavioral Facade (Part 1 – Rhino)

Behavioral Facade (Part 2 – Grasshopper)

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