suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
GRAMAZIO & KOHLER: Flight Assembled Architecture is the first installation to be built by flying machines. Conceived as an architectural structure at a scale of a 600m high “vertical village”, the installation addresses radical new ways of thinking and materializing architecture as a physical process of dynamic formation. Here, a multitude of mobile agents working in parallel and acting together as scalable production means. Those are programmed to interact, lift, transport and assemble small modules in order to erect a building structure that synthesizes a rigorous architectural approach and a visionary autonomous system design.