Almost Familiar Forms was a series of events convened by Clark Thenhaus (CCA) at CCA’s Architecture Division consisting of 50 participants in two concurrent weekend workshops led by Kristy Balliet (Knowlton School at the Ohio State University) and Andrew Holder (Harvard GSD). . . .
AllBlackForm is organizing two international workshops of Advanced Architectural Design, using the latest digital technologies.
Advanced Architectural Design Workshops with AllBlackForm
Tehran WORKSHOP: 07/08–07/22 @ Contemporary Architects Association.
Vienna WORKSHOP: 07/25–08/04 @ IoA.
ArchitectScripta is organizing two international intensive workshops of Advanced Architectural Design under the title of “PRECISE INACCURACY,” based on Maya and Grasshopper techniques.
Advanced Architectural Design Workshops with ArchitectScripta
Athens WORKSHOP I: 06/27–07/07 @ Benaki Museum.
Athens WORKSHOP II: 07/11–07/21 @ Benaki Museum.
Almost Familiar Forms is a three-part event presented by CCA’s Architecture division composed of an opening event discussion and reception, followed by a two-day workshop, and culminating in a keynote lecture by Dora Epstein Jones (SCI-Arc), presented as part of the Architecture Division Lecture Series.
workshop & lecture: Almost Familiar Forms with Kristy Balliet, Andrew HOLDER, Clark THENHAUS, and Dora EPSTEIN JONES.
Friday, 02/19 (5:15 p.m. opening) – Monday, 02/22
California College of the Arts
1111 Eighth Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
Florida International University is hosting a symposium on ‘Body Architectures: The 3D Printing Revolution’ on Saturday 6 February at their Miami Beach Urban Studios, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida.
workshop & symposium: “Body Architectures: The 3D Printing Revolution” with Niccolo CASAS, Behnaz FARAHI, Madeline Gannon, Eric GOLDEMBERG, & Neil LEACH.
Saturday, 02/06 (opening) – Saturday, 04/09
9.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m. / FIU College of Architecture + The Arts
Miami Beach Urban Studios
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 440
Miami Beach, FL 33139
New Skins Workshop explores new computational design methods and techniques, equipping students with the skills and tools needed to design and fabricate complex geometry in computational fashion design. . . .
workshop: Francis Bitonti Studio, “New Skins 2015.”
Monday, 06/22–Friday 07/03 (London)
Monday, 07/13–Friday 07/24 (New York)
2:00–7:00 p.m. (5 hour sessions) / 10 classes
tutors: Alexandros KALLEGIAS, Elif ERDINE, Daghan CAM, Angel Fernando LARA MOREIRA, & Suzan UCMAKLIOGLU.
suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
Architectural Association (AA) Summer DLAB Visiting School: CALLIPOD is the final working prototype of the Architectural Association (AA) Summer DLAB, which took place in AA London and AA Hooke Park from 21 July–08 August 2014.
Francis Bitonti Studio’s New Skins Workshop Series, led by Francis Bitonti, launched Summer 2013 in Brooklyn, New York. Exploring new computational design methods and techniques, New Skins Workshop continuously focuses on immersing students with the tools and software needed to design and fabricate complex geometry in computational fashion design.
workshop: Francis Bitonti Studio, “New Skins London 2015.”
Monday, 01/12–Friday 01/25
01.00–06.00 p.m. / Monday–Friday
61 – 63 Rochester Place
University of Innsbruck
“FUNCTION|LESS,” X|Atelier workshop.
critics: Erick CARCAMO & Nefeli CHATZIMINA.
suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
Alexander Nikolas WALZER: Where as a “glitch” is usually a product of image-based manipulation done in post-processing, the objective of this project was to embed the “error” within the geometry. . . .
ACADIA (Association of Computer Aided Design in Architecture) is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the ACADIA 2014 Design Agency Conference to be held at the USC School of Architecture in Los Angeles the week of October 23-25, 2014. Co-chaired by Dr. David Jason Gerber, Alvin Huang, AIA and Jose Sanchez, this highly anticipated event will bring an international audience of innovative design educators, researchers, and practitioners together for a week of design focused workshops, lectures, panels, presentations, and exhibitions that will push the boundaries of contemporary design technology and define new paradigms for design thinking.