Recursive Topologies – Barcelona Pavilion

The third assignment of Computational Design explores the idea of recursive patterns using anemone. The task given was to take any element of Barcelona Pavilion and to manipulate its topology through recursions.

The idea here was to have some external pockets on one of the walls of the pavilion, to make it a green wall. Another idea was to split the plus-shaped column in the pavilion into separate branches, for lighting and aesthetic purpose.




Design Process –

Computational Design – Assignment 3

Recursive Topologies – Barcelona Pavilion  is a project of IaaC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed at Master in Advanced Architecture, MAA 01 in 2017 – 2018 of the Studio SO.3 Computational Design by :

Student: Kedar Undale

Faculty: Rodrigo Aguirre and Aldo Sollazzo.