Robotically Fabricated Pavilion Inspired By A Beetle’s Wings
New installation at the V&A will grow and change its configuration
A new installation at the Victoria and Albert Museum in the UK is inspired by the forewing shells of flying beetles, and built using a robotic production process developed by the designers. The Elytra Filament Pavilion has been created by experimental German architect Achim Menges with Moritz Dörstelmann, structural engineer Jan Knippers and climate engineer Thomas Auer.
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