Domus: A Living Façade for Birds and Insects

Process, Research, Studio News 09.23.2022
Courtesy Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop and Buro Happold.
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Via Domus:

“Here, each individual module has a sculptural, arrow-like form composed of three points and circular openings that can be fitted with nested pods to provide wildlife with a living space beneath the surface of the facade. The ceramic modules have been glazed in shades of blue and white and covered with decorative ribbed surfaces to create rippled, textural patterns on the building facades when fastened together in their tessellated formation.”

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A living facade for birds and insects – Domus (