全世界最大的3D打印聚合物建筑

案例来源:
http://inhabitat.com
所在国家:
美国 
用途:
  • 住宅
  • 营地
  • 展示
  • 工程
  • 商业
  • 军用

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【介绍】

为摆脱电网生存,SOM首建“世界最大3D打印聚合建筑”

什么时候能让人感觉到未来近在咫尺,目睹SOM设计事务所的新项目恰巧在此之列。一个为了摆脱电网生存,完全通过3D打印出来的建筑,让我们能预见许多年后可能的住宿环境及如何利用可再生能源。Dezeen如此评价称,这个不可思议的建筑是建筑学和工程学的交叉产物,是一个屋顶为太阳能电池板,集成电池系统供能的3D打印住所,在野外不分昼夜,均能独立使用。此外,设计所配的电力汽车能自己产生动力。但最好的一点是,这个房屋能与电力汽车无线共享能量,不论何时都能帮助彼此保持运转,让摆脱电网生存成为一种实用的选择。

回廊状结构的每一个部分都分别依靠3D打印技术生成,而且它们不需要任何额外的框架或支撑,随时随地按需分装。SOM的设计团队,与美国能源部下属的橡树岭国家实验室一道,开发建造这一杰作。他们称其为世界上最大的3D打印聚合建筑,而这一论述很可能是正确的。这个建筑目前作为增材制造(3D打印技术术语)集成能源(AMIE)的一个原型,最初是被设计用自给自足的可再生能源去激发创新,该模型因其代号AMIE1.0而广为人知。

这个3D打印的结构长为11.6米,高和宽均为3.7米,其大小介于比较大的房车和移动房屋之间。AMIE 1.0设计成可以自给自足的建筑,能自己产生能源。这片脱离电网的生活空间能通过电磁场与电力汽车(同样为3D打印的杰作)共享能量。同时还能展示对于可持续电能的产生、贮存与使用,有何种可能。

SOM——也称之为斯基德莫尔、奥因斯与梅里尔建筑事务所——是一家可以追溯到1936年的全球性公司。历经几十年的打磨,他们依旧处于世界前列,不断进步,把最新的技术融入到自己的项目中。目前,全世界3D打印建筑正在蓬勃发展,并且这些具有模块化特性的3D建筑,是独立野外建筑的理想“配型”。


【原文】

SOM debuts "world's largest 3D-printed polymer building" designed for off-grid living

There are days when it seems like the future has arrived, and this is one of them. Architecture firm SOM’s new project, a fully 3D-printed structure intended for off-grid living, gives us a little glimpse of what the years ahead might hold for housing and renewable energy. The incredible intersection of architecture and engineering, spotted on Dezeen, is a 3D-printed shelter with rooftop solar panels and an integrated battery system to power the dwelling day and night, and it comes with a companion vehicle that also generates its own power. Best of all, the house and vehicle can share energy wirelessly, helping each other out whenever needed and making off-grid living a practical option.

Each segment of the corridor-like structure is created separately using 3D-printing technology, and then assembled wherever needed, without requiring any additional framing or supports. SOM’s design team worked alongside U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory for this off-grid masterpiece. They claim it’s the world’s largest 3D-printed polymer structure, and they’re probably right. The shelter is a prototype made for the Additive Manufacturing Integrated Energy (AMIE), an initiative designed to spur innovations in self-sustaining renewable energy. This model is known as AMIE 1.0.

The 3D-printed structure measures 38 feet long by 12 feet high by 12 feet wide, which is somewhere between the size of a large motorhome and that of a mobile home. AMIE 1.0 is designed to be a self-sustaining dwelling capable of generating its own power. The off-grid living space shares the energy with a companion vehicle (which is also created with 3D-printed parts) via electromagnetic fields. Together, the pair represent what is possible for sustainable electricity generation, storage, and use.

SOM—also known as Skidmore, Owings and Merrill—is a global firm dating back to 1936. As the years have passed, the agency has evolved to keep up, incorporating the latest technological advances into their projects. The world of 3D-printed architecture is certainly booming, and the modular nature of 3D construction makes it an ideal match for off-grid shelter solutions. 

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