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Brandão, F. (2017). Cork Re-Wall: computational methods of automatic generation and digital fabrication of partition walls for building renovation. In Tadeja Zupancic (Ed.), Proceedings of the CA2RE Conference. (pp. 249-258). Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana, Faculty or Architecture.
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F. J. Brandão,  "Cork Re-Wall: computational methods of automatic generation and digital fabrication of partition walls for building renovation", in Proc. of the CA2RE Conf., Tadeja Zupancic, Ed., Ljubljana, University of Ljubljana, Faculty or Architecture, 2017, vol. 1, pp. 249-258
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@inproceedings{brandão2017_1582075869291,
	author = "Brandão, F.",
	title = "Cork Re-Wall: computational methods of automatic generation and digital fabrication of partition walls for building renovation",
	booktitle = "Proceedings of the CA2RE Conference",
	year = "2017",
	editor = "Tadeja Zupancic",
	volume = "1",
	number = "",
	series = "",
	pages = "249-258",
	publisher = "University of Ljubljana, Faculty or Architecture",
	address = "Ljubljana",
	organization = "University of Ljubljana, Faculty or Architecture",
	url = "http://www.fa.uni-lj.si/filelib/1_strani_predmetov/tadeja_zupancic/projekti/2018-03-15-ca2re-book-pass.pdf"
}
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TY  - CPAPER
TI  - Cork Re-Wall: computational methods of automatic generation and digital fabrication of partition walls for building renovation
T2  - Proceedings of the CA2RE Conference
VL  - 1
AU  - Brandão, F.
PY  - 2017
SP  - 249-258
CY  - Ljubljana
UR  - http://www.fa.uni-lj.si/filelib/1_strani_predmetov/tadeja_zupancic/projekti/2018-03-15-ca2re-book-pass.pdf
AB  - Developments in computational design methods and their integration with digital fabrication processes enable us to envisage a mass customized fabrication paradigm. Such is particularly suited to building renovation, a diversified corpus in which interventions are surgical and unique, and where partition walls are the most frequently replaced
components. The main objective is to develop a disassemble-able and customizable solution of partition walls, with natural and renewable materials, insulation cork board and wood, for the context of building renovation.
To meet this end is necessary to develop the construction system, the generative process for digital design and fabrication and a graphical user interface for building owners to interact. This design-to-production system will generate drawings for fabrication, instructions for assembly, and cost estimation. We foresee that the adoption of a file-to-factory process will present several advantages in this context: maximizing efficiency and speed of the construction process without reducing scope or increasing cost, contributing to a more sustainable construction process.
ER  -