I really believe that in order to save precious time and be able to explore more alternatives of one design idea, one must work in an non-destructive and parametric way.
I’m done with calming down my inner calls, I want to explore them. That’s why I have so many fields of interest. Still not sure which and if one should the main, yet getting a lot of cross fertilisation anyway.
ONE THING AT A TIME
I want to give the projects I’m working on a sincere portion of effort. That’s why I need to rest regularily and sometimes even turn other even exciting new proejcts down. There’s only 24 hours in a day.
Music and Interactive art
I’ve gained soem knowledge of Arduino and Touchdesigner to be able to build interactive systems. Lately used in a theatre / contemporary music / performance peace called PET(m)use.LEARN MORE
TOPICS OF MY INTERES
Some of the projects I’ve worked on or collaborated on
Some of the projects I’ve worked on or collaborated on.View full portfolio
3D Printed Wedding Rings
Alžběta’s and Daniel’s awesome wedding rings was my first proper jewlery project. I’ve learnt a lot. One funny thing is that Intralattice plugin works very nicely with the Cocoon plugin in Grasshopper…
Together with Martin Klusák, Jan Rybář and a selection of singers from Coccinelle we collectively created a full evening performace on the edges of theater, contemporary music and interactive installation. The bricks were developed by PETMAT.cz.
Together with TU Delft our students from FA CTU in Prague created a roboticaly woven pavilion using hemp rope stiffened by bone glue and juta rope stiffened usnig a special mixture of corn starch and arabic gum.
Responsive Wood Insect Hotel that offers a variety of climatic and spatial conditions to be met with diverse insects’ preferences. CNC cut panels warp in different humidity conditions. Fully parametric model.
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