This innovative system integrates construction parameters directly into the design stage to ensure the efficiency and sustainability in the subsequent realization stages. This is possible thanks to a set of mathematical algorithms (a-b-b-c, overlapping, angle, hexagon and triangle), which subdivide the input surface into stackable elements, and extract their coordinates to proceed with the fabrication stage. This new manufacturing system does not require additional molds as each component is formed by using the previous one as mold. This idea of production is materialized by digitally injecting layers of a viscous material inside a vertical container.
Despite the components having non-standard curved geometries, they can easily be accumulated in regular stacks. This feature is advantageous for their storage and transportation since the components use the space in the most efficient way, reducing time and pollution involved in these stages. The specific geometry of the components avoids the need of formwork, minimizes the amount of work in the construction site and reduces the amount of waste.