“A significant portion of the intellect and capital invested in architectural education over the last 10 years has gone into digital fabrication, as schools have acquired new computer numerical control (CNC) machines and faculty and students have experimented with them. The relevant arguments made by Bernard Cache, Greg Lynn, and Mario Carpo that inspired much of this work have become implicit for many instructors and some students. Always practice driven, these ideas have seeped into the profession, enabling an expanding array of pavilion projects and fabrication competitions. . . . ‘”
*Image courtesy the author. Yale School of Architecture, Assembly One Pavilion. Diagram.