April 09, 2013

News: Biologically-Inspired Concrete Bones published at The Open Shed

The thesis investigation started in 2010 as a M.ARCH research was posted at The Open Shed, a website of the School of Architecture of the University of Puerto Rico that recognizes relevant projects for Puerto Rico from local architects and architecture students. This research proposal is the first biomimicry-based project being developed in Puerto Rico in order to address the Caribbean seismic vulnerability.

“Buildings of the future will have skeletal structures able to respond to nature’s hazards”

Special thanks to: Yomara Rivera and FABLAB, PUCPR (3D Printed Building Bones)