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A British architect claims to have designed and installed the first 3D-printed components to be approved for use in the construction industry.
Possibly the first architectural application of 3d printing
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processing tutorial for doing art with code
Philippe Morel is an architect and theorist, who cofounded EZCT Architecture & Design Research. Recently, I interviewed him over email about computation, internet data centers, and natural terrain:
Just a sneak peak into where geometry and parametric design meat
Robots in Architecture: Workshop Parametric Robotic Fabrication using a 6-axis KUKA robot and KUKA|prc 5-day Robot Workshop with the Association for Robots…
What to do in a kuka prc workshop
Building tensile structures with flying machines in the ETH Zurich Flying Machine Arena. The video shows quadrocopters assembling prototypical tensile struct...
Using flying drones to build tensile structures.
the next step: Dynamo for Revit. check out the new visual programming plugin in a grasshopperish style
How can one create new figuration within the interface of robotics with an unpredictable material? METHOD C2H3NaO2 • 3H2O Acetic acid sodium salt ABB IRB2600…
Robotic additive fabrication with salt
Design with 3D patterns
Amazing parametric web app by autodesk. create your own 3d models with a large selection of components and parameters.
Recorded at the Prototyping Architecture conference, The Building Centre, 23 February 2013 sial.rmit.edu.au buildingcentre.co.uk nottingham.ac.uk
Reseach of an acousticaly difuse enclosure done with parametric design tools and digital fabrication
© BIG BIG has been announced as the winner of an international design competition for the new Cité du Corps Humain (Museum of the Human Body) in
Interesting facade shading system by BIG
Computational teachings with Dynamo. via Nathan Miller