Client: Autodesk, Inc.
Architect: Wolf Studio
The project is a collaboration between AntiCAD and Wolf Studio. The installation is made possible with Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DfMA) methods.
The faceted ceiling and pillars are made with 816 unique panels, which are engraved with an alphanumeric label. These labels help the installers know the precise location of each panel. To clad the round pillars with faceted panels, they are first wrapped with a waffle structure made of fire-rated MDF. The waffled columns then serve as a base to mount the faceted panels.
Once the faceted base structure for the pillars and ceiling is ready, corresponding laser-cut wood laminates are installed onto the base structure. The end product is a homogenous cladding, that combines the ceiling and pillars into one faceted unified form.
AntiCAD x Wolf Studio
Köral, TakahashiLim A+D x AntiCAD
SingaPlural 2019, organised by the Singapore Furniture Industries Council, is a strong advocate for collaborations between brands and creatives. Curated by the collective Formwerkz and Bravo, the 2019 edition is based on the theme ”Unnatural Phenomena”, which explores the origin and evolution of extraordinary hybrids when disciplines collapse, mix, and morph in shared pursuits.
Singaporean architects from TakahashiLim A+D, partnered up with AntiCAD, to create an installation for the theme of Unnatural Phenomena for SingaPlural 2019.
Enjoy the Silence, Singapore
TakahashiLim A+D x AntiCAD
Auxetica™, Ong&Ong Pte. Ltd.
Beyond X is an initiative led by Ong&Ong, where different technology collaborators will be coming together to share, dissect and extrapolate exponential technologies that are shaping our projects and the AEC industry, today and into the near future.
Curved Ceiling, Aural-Aid HQ
This ceiling project was inspired by Hokusai’s famous wood-block print, “The Great Wave off Kanagawa”. The purpose of this ceiling project was to create a feature ceiling that showcases the ability of a curved fabric system using Fabrix.
The Great Wave off Kanagawa
Aural-Aid HQ, Singapore
Living spaces, listening rooms, home theatres, and more
Most people spend a majority of their leisure time at home. Dining halls and bedrooms can have acoustic problems such as noise from the neighbours or echoes and reveberations within in a room.
Come and see how we acoustically treat everyday homes from bedrooms, dining halls, to home theatres.
Bright Hill Crescent, Singapore
Meeting rooms, work cubicles, open offices, and more
We spend a huge amount of our time at work in meeting rooms, tele-conference rooms, and individual work cubicles. Many of these spaces have bad acoustics, which leads to poor speech intelligibility.
Come and see how we solve these echo and reverberation problems found in many modern workplace, from meeting rooms to open concept offices.
Buckminster Collaboration Space
Singapore University of Technology and Design
Visual Spaces Pte Ltd
Auditoriums, lecture theatres, sports hall, classrooms, and more
Students face myriads of acoustical problems in modern educational institutions and schools. Some of these learning facilities have echoes and reverberations exceeding tolerable levels, which result in poor learning performance among students.
Come and learn how we tackle these echo and reverberation issues prevalent in many auditoriums, lecture theatres, to everyday classrooms.
Tan Chin Tuan Lecture Theatre
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Hotels, cinemas, shopping malls, and event halls
The hospitality industry has to meet stringent requirements set by government or organizations, and ensuring good acoustics is one of them. Hotels have to meet minimum STC requirements and event halls have to achieve a targeted RT60 time.
Come and learn how developers and architects achieve these specifications for hotels, cinemas, and event halls.
Ministry of Culture, Community & Youth
RSP Architects Planners & Engineers