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Ornamental Atmosphere & Digital De-lights, The Reactivation of Light Ornaments Through Digital Design

Abstract : “Ornamental Atmosphere & Digital De-lights” focuses on the reactivation of traditional and cultural craftsmanship of ornamentation using contemporary digital modeling and manufacturing tools. Conducted in the framework of a Franco-Egyptian collaboration between Ain Shams University – Egypt and the Grenoble School of Architecture – France, this communication proposes to describe the experiential methodology of an intensive workshop that took place in ENSA Grenoble in September 2019. The aim is to parametrically design and digitally fabricate prototypes of architectural envelopes whose patterns and light effects are a reinterpretation of traditional Egyptian architecture and its light atmospheres, while introducing variants to adapt the design to different situations and usages.
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Abu Daya Amal, Noha Gamal Said. Ornamental Atmosphere & Digital De-lights, The Reactivation of Light Ornaments Through Digital Design. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on Ambiances, Alloaesthesia: Senses, Inventions, Worlds, Réseau International Ambiances, Dec 2020, e-conference, France. pp. 238-243, ⟨10.48537/hal-03220301⟩. ⟨hal-03220301⟩

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