Emil Adiels

Doctoral Student at Architectural theory and methods

Emil is a researcher and lecturer and a part of the Architecture and Engineering Research Group. He teaches within the field of parametric design and his research focus is gravitational structures and masonry with respect to geometry, structural mechanics and production methods. The goal is to support the architectural design process and physical prototyping stages by creating digital tools. The research is driven by mathematical models linked to geometry, production and physical phenomenon with a firm ground in materiality and artistic exploration.

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2020

Form-Finding of Shells Containing Both Tension and Compression Using the Airy Stress Function

Masaaki Miki, Emil Adiels, William Baker et al
Preprint
2019

The design , fabrication and assembly of an asymptotic timber gridshell

Emil Adiels, Cecilie Brandt-Olsen, Johanna Isaksson et al
Proceedings of the IASS Annual Symposium 2019 - Structural Membranes 2019, Form and Force, p. 736-743
Paper in proceedings
2018

L'Oceanogràfic - Félix Candela

Emil Adiels
Other
2018

Basilique de Saint-Denis

Emil Adiels
Other
2018

Design, fabrication and assembly of a geodesic gridshell in a student workshop

Emil Adiels, Nicolo Bencini, Cecilie Brandt-Olsen et al
Conference contribution
2018

The use of virtual work for the formfinding of fabric, shell and gridshell structures

Emil Adiels, Mats Ander, Erica Hörteborn et al
Proceedings of the Advances in Architectural Geometry conference 2018, p. 286-315
Paper in proceedings
2018

St. Patrick’s Church - R. Guastavino Co.

Emil Adiels
Other - Software code
2017

Brick patterns on shells using geodesic coordinates

Emil Adiels, Mats Ander, Christopher John Kenneth Williams
Proceedings of the IASS Annual Symposium 2017. IASS Annual Symposium 2017; Hamburg, Germany; 25 - 28 September 2017
Paper in proceedings

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