Digital [Sub]stance | Architecture +Design + Computation The Geometry of Bending Space Syntax | science-based : human-focused WooJae's Blog Plethora Project Daniel Davis Systematica New Fabrications for Architecture The Euclid robot and Ron 2.0 make their first 3D printed object. This was just a simple test print on the Euclid robot now that it is fully up and running, but it came out better than I was expecting. This whole layer based printing business is pretty easy.
Projects Archives » MEDIODESIGN Projects Musikbox is a conceptual work of synchronized audio and motion created by artist Sergio Roger and architect Fernando Ansorena for the exhibition WEGE UMS KINO (“Tours of Cinema”), Berlin. The work consists of a sculptural piece of Malaparte’s House (Adalberto Libera Arch.) that moves following a melody. The piece was made by CNC milling of an […] General view of the booth at Fira Gran Via, Barcelona. Gironde Extendible Table Robust and architectonic, the table is composed by four triangular pieces that are hidden below the central square board fixed intuitively. SOLID TEAK DOOR FOR A PRIVATE RESIDENCE, Barcelona. YOTA DEVICES PAVILION, MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS, Barcelona. Inspired by a popular Japanese tradition called Kamishibai (paper Drama), Ekaré Sur has entrusted us the technical development and manufacture of this beautiful object for storytelling anywhere, always from a stage. “Microlife” Exhibition Furniture. Spanish Pavilion Installation Prototype. 3D models.
Streetfilms | Recently on Streetfilms Computational Design-School of Architecture Computational Design is the discipline for developing and/or applying computational approaches to problems that originate in design... The Computational Design (CD) program takes a "computer science" view of design, applying both the science and art of computing to design problems, whether in relation to creation, presentation, analysis, evaluation, interaction or aesthetic expression; real or imagined applications, both perceived and conceived. We offer both a Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Computational Design. These research-based degree programs are intended for practitioners, educators and researchers in architecture, computer science, engineering and those interested in design. The graduate program in CD started in the late 1960's and is among the first and best known in the country. We are looking for creative, inquisitive, visionary students, who are disciplined and determined to make positive change in the field of Computational Design.
AUDI urban future award 2014 science slam may 15, 2014 AUDI urban future award 2014 science slam AUDI urban future award 2014 science slam ‘the next leap in mobility’ is the motto of the 2014 AUDI urban future award. this year, the initiative invited four international multidisciplinary teams composed of ethnographers, IT specialists, product designers, urban planners, natural scientists, sociologists, etc. – from berlin, boston, mexico city and seoul – to research and develop schemes responding to problems related to transportation in cities. the four proposals were first presented in berlin in april. though distinct in their own rights, reacting to four diverse parts of the world, they all express one underlying commonality: to improve mobility in large, densely developed areas and enhance residents’ quality of life. 2014 AUDI urban future award proposals clockwise from top left: team mexico city, team boston, team seoul and team berlin the ‘urban tech republic’ situated just outside of the berlin city center
Blog I’m coming to New Zealand to give five keynote speeches on the future of architectural technology (Tauranga, Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Queenstown from the 9th to 13th of June). A summarized version of my thesis that appeared in ENR. An article I wrote for AEC Magazine about the potential for big data in the AECO industries. My first piece for ARCHITECT magazine examining the ways indoor positioning technology will impact the architectural profession. I’m moving to New York and joining CASE! I’ve been thinking about publishing a lot lately. I introduce the central issue of my thesis: parametric flexibility. I expand upon the challenges associated with parametric modelling that I have outlined in this introduction. I contrast the challenges of parametric modelling to the challenges associated with software engineering. I discuss a research method for applying aspects of the software engineering body of knowledge to the creation of various parametric models.