Computational Construction Laboratory

Research Infrastructure

Supporting research in the areas of fiber, timber, and material programming.

Photographs of the Computational Construction Laboratory

Computational Construction Laboratory

The Computational Construction Laboratory forms a central part of the institute’s research infrastructure. It offers more than 500 m² of work area, which can be used as one open work space or divided into 4 separate work bays by movable glass partition walls. The lab offers a highly flexible work environment with a digital infrastructure that allows the variable set-up of robot systems with up to 36 axes. The permanent robot setup will include one 6-axis KUKA Fortec KR420 R3080 on a 12 meter track with a 12kW spindle, and one 6-axis KUKA Quantec KR210 R3100, as well as two 2-axis turntables.

The lab provides cutting-edge technology for the institute’s research efforts to explore the next generation of manufacturing and prefabrication in architecture and design.


CCLab – ICD Universität Stuttgart
Hedelfingerstraße 60 – Bau 9
70327 Stuttgart-Wangen

 U-Bahn: U9 – Hedelfingerstraße
Telefon:  +49 711 685 81915

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Institute for Computational Design and Construction

University of Stuttgart, Keplerstraße 11, 70174 Stuttgart

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