Studio Phi

Parametric acoustic panels

Credits: Collaborator on research project by Foteini Setaki (Studio Phi)

Acoustic panels developed through parametric design tools to be fabricated with FDM 3d Printing technologies for specific acoustic requirements in various materials (sand, polyamide, polylactide). To achieve sound absorption on specific frequencies, the principles of open porous absorbing 3d printed materials at various scales and Helmholtz resonators were applied to build digital models and physical prototypes. Part of the project was to develop a study for a 3d printed acoustic curtain for the Canal House in Amsterdam, designed by DUS Architects with the Kamermaker 3d printer.
August 2014

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