An adaptable composite structure of clay and timber is assembled by students from the Bartlett

This project from the Bartlett University in London combines repeatable standardized clay elements with adaptable timber pieces assembled using augmented reality with Fologram. The project was part of the BPro Research Cluster 9 led by Soomeen Hahm & Alvaro Lopez Rodriguez in 2018/19. This project was completed by students Ignatius Christianto, I Gede Eka Pradnyanida, Changshu Dong and Di Zhu

Students designed a repeatable interlocking clay element that could be prefabricated and produced en-masse. This element acts as a node when coupled with flexible timber elements to create an entirely adaptable assembly. The outcomes are complex in nature, and Fologram is used by the students to adapt the timber locations within each clay node in the assembly.