My name is Caroline Høgsbro, I am a Danish, Berlin based 3D artist, working at the interface of art, geometry and architecture . For several years I have conducted design and art projects in the fields of smart geometry, 3D, parametrics and robotic fabrication. This is the essence. Enjoy.

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Digital model of Friedrich Drake’s Viktoria sculpture for 3D print and bronze cast

3D Sculpting

Wild Print
2021

Stoneware, 3D printed by a robot onto natural formations. When does the machine gain control? Art work that explores balance, material, code and nature

Additive manufacturing with robots is steadily increasing in potential for the building industry and for the future of form

Robo factory

Animate Form

From movement to model. How to translate body movements into graphics, graphics into code and code into models.

Stereotomy is art and science of stonemasonry for the purpose of constructing vaults and arches. Digital stereotomy is currently part of a wider renewal movement

Bending Bamboo

The flexibility of bamboo enriched our NURBS and splines geometries and led to unique bending geometries

3D printed stoneware printed by a robot onto natural formations. When does the machine gain control? Art work that explores balance, material, code and nature

 

Wild Print 2018

Parametric Bridge

Digging deeper into parametric design tools starts causing questions about if we control our designs or if we are controlled by the tools. These foot bridges all bear witness to the hands and the minds of the designers.

Robotics and sustainability are two leading paradigms in the art of architecture at the beginning of the 21st century. Exhibition in the Futurium, Museum for Future, Berlin

Futurium

Curved Folding

Presumably, the art of curved folding as process driven form-finding method can offer an easy-to-build alternative to complex, doublecurved difficult-and-expensive-to-build surfaces

3D printed stoneware printed by a robot onto natural formations. When does the machine gain control? Art work that explores balance, material, code and nature


Wild Print 2020

On Growth

Time and space is the romantic couple of the 20th century in architecture. By simulating growth, we came closer to incorporating time into space

Stoneware 3D printed wall configurations. The explicit dialogue with the robot‘s precise manufacturing technology allows artefacts to strike a boundary between the properties of the clay and the code

Clay Walls

Intrinsic Acoustics

During the process of 3D printing information can be “woven” into the material and geometry. Acoustic information is merely one of many aspects that can feed the code and make an imprint on the form

With inspiration from old craftmanship techniques mixed with parametric tools, we developed enriched forms of 3D prototyping strategies

Digital Crafting

Geometric Sculpting

A mechanistic approach to modeling architectural space is displayed in this sculpture, exploring the relationship between time and space, movement and transformation

Contact

Interactive exhibition with rolling, glowing tubes, displaying architectural drawings that are shown as the reels move forward

Reel Time

Amazing stuff can emerge in the interaction between the material, the critical reception of the mind, and the computer code.

I challenge and explore what we perceive about form and the future of design, and I love doing so in teams with other architects, artists and experts.
 
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