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Andreas Körner

Biophile

http://www.andreaskoerner.at

Innsbruck, Austria
Andreas Körner currently committed to his PhD research at the Institute of Experimental Architecture at University of Innsbruck. Andreas studied in Vienna, London and Innsbruck. Since 2016 Andreas is part of the architectural research collective Biophile. The other founding-members of Biophile are Barry Wark and Maria Knutsson-Hall. Their work has been exhibited in London and Austria such as the London Festival of Architecture 2017 and the London Design Festival 2018.

Migrating Functions


Threshold Occupation

Migrating Functions


Threshold Occupation
Using digital flow simulations as an inherent part of the computational design process, which allows to create spaces of high thermal comfort and intrictate formal articulation.
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  • New areas of operation

Imagine an architectural language that derives from observations of air flows through tectonic barriers. The generated field varies in turbulence and velocity, and consequently in all parameters of thermal comfort that are affected by air. This generative method creates an intricate topography which can be inhabited spontaneously according to changing environmental conditions.



Colour change of the thermochrome panel indivating local thermal comfort. (c) Andreas Körner

Migrating Functions


Threshold Occupation

Migrating Functions


Threshold Occupation
Using digital flow simulations as an inherent part of the computational design process, which allows to create spaces of high thermal comfort and intrictate formal articulation.
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

Imagine an architectural language that derives from observations of air flows through tectonic barriers. The generated field varies in turbulence and velocity, and consequently in all parameters of thermal comfort that are affected by air. This generative method creates an intricate topography which can be inhabited spontaneously according to changing environmental conditions.



Colour change of the thermochrome panel indivating local thermal comfort. (c) Andreas Körner


Idea by

Andreas Körner
Biophile
Innsbruck
Austria
Andreas Körner currently committed to his PhD research at the Institute of Experimental Architecture at University of Innsbruck. Andreas studied in Vienna, London and Innsbruck. Since 2016 Andreas is part of the architectural research collective Biophile. The other founding-members of Biophile are Barry Wark and Maria Knutsson-Hall. Their work has been exhibited in London and Austria such as the London Festival of Architecture 2017 and the London Design Festival 2018.