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Keywords

Third Dimensional Printing, Green Wall, Technology, Computer-aided design, Digital construction, Automation, Building materials, Architecture design, Healing Architecture.

Disciplines

Architectural Technology | Architecture | Interior Architecture | Life Sciences

Abstract

Three-dimensional (3D) printing has become a fundamental issue in modern global technology, touching practically every element of modern human life.Three-dimensional (3D) printing (also known as additive manufacturing) is an advanced manufacturing technology that can autonomously manufacture complicated shape geometries from a 3D computer-aided design model without the use of equipment or fixtures.However, there is a friction between traditional designs and the rise of 3D printed technology when it comes to architectural healing approaches, and this adaptability is hurting human healing tactics that are dependent on the relationship between space and environment.Due to its capacity to create products in a wide range of materials rapidly and at a lower cost, additive manufacturing is having a significant impact on production in a variety of areas. Even though it encompasses a wide range of techniques and applications, additive manufacturing (AM) may be described as a system for converting solid model data from a computer-based model into a physical prototype by the incremental addition of material via layer superposition. Therefore, this research aims to examine the 3d printed green walls as new proposed design elements that can upgrade the natural healing architecture. To achieve this goal, the study begins with a literature review that includes scientific methodology based on principles that assist architects dealing with advanced tools in transforming their intentions from digital to analogue means as part of a controlled system intended to innovate design and construction principles of the use of 3D printed green walls. It will also assist in the quest for a concept design that confronts the regeneration of a new spatial delineation ideology.

Author ORCID Identifier

Sara Chahin - https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2347-4036

Ayman Afify -https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0880-2211

Hiba Mohsen - https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0682-0785

Maged Youssef - https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9923-6659

DOI

https://www.doi.org/10.54729/SROP3798

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