Inlaid within the Composite Wing project by Studio Roland Snooks are a network of beams that are designed through a multi-agent algorithm and fabricated from foam and silicon. These beams are described as agentBodies, and provide the necessary structural depth for the 3mm thick fibreglass to be self-supporting. There are two scales of bodies in the project, large foam bodies which are milled and small silicon bodies that are robotically extruded.
More on the design of the project can be found here
Thanks to RMIT Architecture and Design Workshops (Andrew Thompson, Kevin O'Connor, Rafael Diem, Daniel Ong, Ron Ellazam) and the RMIT students who worked on the fabrication: Wen Yap, Farah Rozhan, Milou van Min, Franco Zagato, Simone Tchonova, Jesse Thomas, Emily Cipriani, Scohldun Beaver, Yee Shuian Sang, Say Huang Tan, Sebastian Nicht, Jack Mansfield-Hung, Chris Ferris, Tim Cameron, Kei Jin Pook, Yuxi Cheng, Jonathan Kim, Fahimeh Mosavari, Rebecca McGlade, Edmund Olowo, Vincent Lai, Sanghan Gang, Yuxi Cheng, Stephen Annett, Tuyen Tran, Pat Anglin, Matt Ellis.