First of all I have to thank Jon Mirtschin, the developer of geometrygym. His tool brings architecture and engineering closer together. This opens up new ways of how to incorporate building performance, i.e. structural design, into the early design process , also sustainability in terms of material usage can be achieved by implementing and using these tools right at the beginning of a design process, rather than trying to optimize a "final" design as good as possible. Beside the economical benefits it also informs the aesthetic aspects of a design, like in this project presented here. Form is structure.
The same is also valid for [uto] and there tool GECO. I also have to thank [uto] for always supporting me with help and advice.
Last but not least, Michael Budig as course instructor.