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  • Translate the Intangible
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Translate the Intangible addresses the challenges of communicating dynamic aspects of contemporary design methodologies through static mediums such as text and images. As current design-oriented fields have amplified the implementation of computational and generative tools, the process of documentation and representation of the design process has become more difficult to express. Translate the Intangible will bring together a multi-disciplinary group of leading practitioners to discuss the challenges involved in expressing the process involved in their work and propose new perspectives addressing this issue.

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    Translate the Intangible: Kolarevic, Sarkisian, Lynn, Kilian, Dellatore, & Lipson.
    Friday, 05/11
    10.00 am / Lecture Hall, AA
    36 Bedford Square
    London, UK WC1B 3ES

  • branko KOLAREVIC
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    This lecture surveys essential concepts and significant past and current projects that deal with interactive, responsive environments, ie buildings that can change their configuration, appearance, and environmental conditions in response to patterns of occupation and context (and in return can shape those too). The principal argument is that change in architecture is far from being adequately addressed or explored theoretically, experimentally or phenomenologically.

    branko KOLAREVIC
    EmTech Keynote Lecture: “Architecture of Change”
    Wednesday, 01/18
    6.00 pm / lecture hall
    Architectural Association (AA) School of Architecture
    36 Bedford Square
    London WC1B 3ES

  • manufacturing material effects
    2008

    routledge: designers are becoming more directly involved in the fabrication process from the earliest stages of design. this book showcases the design and research work by some of the leading designers, makers and thinkers today. this highly illustrated text brings together a wealth of information and numerous examples from practice which will appeal to both students and practitioners.

  • performative architecture
    2005

    routledge: this book addresses the emergence of a new kind of architecture, in which building performance is a guiding design principle, adopting new performance-based priorities for the design of cities, buildings, landscape and infrastructures. this emerging architecture places broadly defined performance above form making; it utilizes digital technologies of quantitative and qualitative performance-based simulation to offer a comprehensive approach to the design of the build environment. the emphasis on building performance is now redefining expectations of the building design, its process and practice.
    by bringing together the leading architects, engineers and technologists, the book will explore current and future developments in performance-based design. it is aimed at both professional and academic audiences and will cover a wide range of themes.

  • architecture in the digital age
    2005

    a great primer on all the new technologies of the cad/cam revolution. full of descriptions of the different tools and process available in digital fabrication as well as a survey of practices engaged with the processes and using them to realize built architetcure. includes essays, conversations, and interviews with bernard cache, markburry, mark goulthorpe, ali rahim, and robert aish.