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TED Talk – Janine Benyus

In the world envisioned by science author Janine Benyus, a locust’s ability to avoid collision within a roiling cloud of its brethren informs the design of a crash-resistant car; a self-cleaning leaf inspires a new kind of paint, one that dries in a pattern that enables simple rainwater to wash away dirt Continue reading →

Hydro-Fold – ECAL & Christophe Guberan

Image by ECAL/ Christophe Guberan Hydro-Fold (no not hygro) is a fascinating technique of folding that automatically begins to assume a three dimensional shape upon being printed from a normal ink jet machine. Invited by its Director Marva Griffin to the 15th anniversary of theSalone Satellite, on the theme “Design Technology”, the ECAL (University of Art and Design Lausanne) presents an installation […] Continue reading →

HygroScope – Centre Pompidou Paris

Image by Achim Menges and Steffen Reichert HygroScope is an installation sponsored by the Centre Pompidou in Paris and was developed as a collaboration between Steffen Reichert and Professor Achim Menges at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. The project is an extension of prior research conducted by Reichert that culminated in two projects entitled Responsive Surfaces Structures I & II. Both Steffen Reichert and Professor Achim […] Continue reading →

Meta Series by Simbiotek Design Lab

Image by SDL Simbiotek Design Lab (SDL) is a collaborative between two designers based out of San Diego, CA whose focus is the creation of biomimetic products that edify their clientele on the importance of biodiversity in the natural world. While both are trained as architects their individual emphases range from design computation and advanced fabrication techniques to anthropomorphic and environmental design. […] Continue reading →

D-Shape: Freeform Architectural 3D Printing

Image by Monolite UK Ltd. Computation has enabled designers to manifest virtually any structure from the impossibly intricate to the most complexly curved surfaces we can conceive. Of course our Achilles heel is manufacturing these forms. Up to this point architects have had to achieve this by subtractive means (e.g. CNC routing, water jet, plasma, etc.) resulting in a slow and arduous process that yields a […] Continue reading →

Listener – Behavioral Architectures

Image by Mette Ramsgard Thomsen of CITA CITA is an innovative research environment part of the Royal Danish Academy of Architecture that explores the emergent intersections between architecture and digital technologies. Identifying core research questions into how space and technology can be probed, CITA seeks to investigate how the current forming of a digital culture impacts on architectural thinking and practice. The program’s projects are […] Continue reading →
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