Schools need to be redesigned to prepare students for professional trajectories we can't currently imagine. As the former provost and dean of faculty at the Philadelphia University and the dean of Parsons School of Design, I've seen firsthand the urgent need to abandon the Industrial-Age approach to higher education that
The Advances in Architectural Geometry (AAG) symposia serve as a unique forum where developments in the design, analysis and fabrication of building geometry are presented. With participation of both academics and professionals, each symposium aims to gat
Japan punches above its weight in the production of innovative and unusual homes, and the country is well-placed to come up with new housing ideas. This year's House Vision Tokyo exhibition brings together some of its best architects to do just that.
With design work already starting on next-generation fighters for the 2040s, BAE Systems and the University of Glasgow are looking at a faster, cheaper way to produce unmanned air vehicles (UAV), where they aren't constructed, but grown in computer-controlled chemical vats in a matter weeks.
Humans are land animals. We've sailed the seas for centuries, crossing lakes and oceans and eventually the globe, but we as a species don't need to be out on the water. Sailing persists in part because the sea is an efficient way to transport heavy goods long distances, but cargo ships in the future likely won't need human crews. Rolls Royce, best known for cars but in the general business of engines, thinks autonomous shipping is the way of the future. Today, the company released a paper on “Advanced Autonomous Waterborne Applications”
That 3D printing can create complex shapes including small aircraft parts is well known. But it may have seemed far fetched to think of the possibility of printing out an entire aircraft. Now, Airbus has invented a way to 3D print parts like fuselage, wings and door that can withstand the tough operating conditions of […]
Over the past few months, we've been working hard on a free version of our Element lattice design software. Today, we're proud to announce that it's available for download immediately.
Element Free includes all of the most commonly used tools in Element Pro's lattice design suite, and allows engineers to quickly design surface and volume lattices with variable thickness. We'll be making improvements to Element Free (and adding more powerful features) over the coming months as we gear up for a full release of Element Pro. Head over to our Product page and enter your email address under "Element Free" to download the software!
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