Category Archives: Meetings

images | 03.14.2010

updated cover and title? also showing the current modelling matrix. the matrix shows a speciation of eleven different geometries, ranging from a cube to sphere, which are then broken down by typology(below, above, vertical, horizontal)(seating, ceiling/canopy, wall/surface, ground/topography). the typologies are then broken down for each geometry, show single, aggregation, field, topography, and surface for each typology of each geometry. the resulting grid will have a total of 200 speciations based on the conditions we are interested in exploring.

mid review updates

-ive gone through the presentation and these i the changes i think need to be made to the current presentation: there are also new pages being added, and the order listed is the order i see the current presentation being laid out: see the current or existing 02.23.2010 presentation document for references which will be made by text:

-update cover art to match project – emphasis on acoustics/music/sound/etc.-JB
-new title: suggestion: detroit soundscape: urban acupuncture?

-last paragraph: reword to match current trajectory–no longer about dismantling -CR

-add sketch: large event -JB
-add sketch: small event -JB
-short narrative on each -JB

schedule:(move to fabrication section-see below) -JB
-02.26.10 – curved wall test
-03.12.10 – milling studies
-03.13.10 – foam seating test
-03.14.10 – surface coatings
-03.16.10 – mid review

mapping: -CR
-area of interest-overall
-typologies within area of interest-network created
-bus routes/circulation thru area
-business/or sites within area under investigation-acupuncture points
-soundscape of area? if possible some acoustic analysis/diagrammatic

business diagram:-CR

siting strategy: -JB
-redo siting strategy
-fix overlapping and misplaced text
-fix line weights: visibility
-isometric: actual area of investigation
-show network/circulation/path from area to area
-reference to renderings/representations towards end of presentation
-label business – reference to business diagram

performance + acoustics:
-“enhanced” misspelled -JB
-update bottom series: typology + use -JB
-add ergonomics diagram: seating, etc. -CR

acoustic reflection properties: -JB
-line weights too thick–fix
-text not legible- resize
-reference to acoustic reflection math diagram

acoustic reflection properties: -JB
-add new acoustic reflection digram

material acoustics: -JB
-update isometric milling patterns: swale, truncated, rough pass, voronoi?
-update placement strategy diagram: show where these would go

geometric explorations:(swale surface) -JB
-add kuka foam wall 5 milling diagram (new)
-add kuka foam wall 5 renderings

fabrication: -JB
-add updated schedule(see above)
-add milling test dwgs + renderings
-add milling test photos
-add kuka foam test photos(snapshots)
-delete old studies no longer relevant(poorly crafted “bumps”)

scripting: -CR
-update script diagram: variability, truncation
-update pseudo-scenario of acoustic reflection on site-add actual site+geom.

formal studies: -JB
-delete all old studies from this page
-add geometry matrix-reference to catalog or is catalog
-add speciation catalog(50)-reference to matrix

interventions: -JB
-redo/update all renderings/representations-current geom + scenarios
-update diagrams somehow
-show sectional relationship of scenario in representation
-show placement on map + network to other sites (relationships)
-use actual site photos gathered from area of interest


-foam matrix
-kuka foam wall 5
-milling studies w/coatings tests

-foreground general concept, explain how microiconography is working

-key is how algorithm is enabling the realization of what would otherwise not be possible
-intelligent site specific reflection/absorption

-what fabrication possibilities are created by the robot, and how are the products quantifiably differnet because of the methodology
-super controlled dispensation of foam
-complex forms

-catalogue of many diverse outcomes to show differentiation
-example of one that is taken all the way through

-business diagram
-flesh out how we’re occupying space
-tighten up narrative
-branding books


-relative locations of building typologies in the area
-sites, both specific and networked
-specific physical features of chosen
-existing sound
-physical features of the site

-different ways of reflecting sound
-bump unit geometry/types
-(bump with with dimple out the one side)
-milling patterns
-raster milling?
-bump assemblies
-bump scales
-gradient types
-diagrams of possible uses for bumps
-equipment storage
-bass traps

-how the script incorporates site variables
-individual bump geometry
-ergonomic incorporation

-video stills
-material tests

site selections
acoustic map of primary site
-types of sound
-sources of sound

scripting diagrams
-pull codes and regulations
biz narrative diagrams
secondary uses

1. major physical test

2. milling pattern tests
-talk to moji tomorrow
-develop a few surfaces that reflect our geometry

3. finished surface tests
raster pyramid
tie back? structure on wall?
milling pattern climbing handholds

program update 1.25

rumble strips
sound isolation booth
recording station
rhyming battle station
pirate radio
performance stage
musical environment (embedded resonance chambers)

staging logic:
pods that move around
impromptu festivals
underground shows

algorithmic logic diagrams

abandoned buildings
-site with high traffic for an outdoor interactive music environment
-abandoned house in a blocks
-dense with low pop/industrial

pig house
greek organ