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Los Angeles California based Bot Laboratory, founded by Zachary Schoch, has showcased a giant 3D printed 1.9m wall, called the m_Wall at the 2014 Maker Faire.
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Un[Expected] Mate[Reality] 2014 is an intensive workshop which offers an opportunity to students, researchers and young designers to explore methods and tools related to innovative topics of the architectural discipline. The Workshop is part of a series of initiatives based in the School of Architecture and Society of Politecnico di Milano and focusing on Computational Design and Emerging Technologies. The aim is to introduce students to contemporary design strategies centered on the application of advanced software, enabling an augmented ability to conceptualize, develop and build innovative architecture.
The newest 3D printing installation from Smith|Allen studios is an undulating pentagram design providing a unique spatial experience.
CNC mills live in shops, and power tools are things you can carry around. That's been the paradigm. But building on their successful 17 years of producing and refining CNC mills, ShopBot Tools has now combined the two worlds with their new, portable, crowdfunded Handibot. (The Kickstarter campaign went live about fifteen minutes ago.) The Handibot is what they're calling a "smart tool," and it's essentially a 3-axis CNC mill that you can carry (and run via PC, tablet
had been waiting for this technique to be developed! Finally precise milling is loosing it's machine-bound limitations!
An artist virtually flies the globe via Google Earth, capturing its most eye-popping aerial views along the way.
Art is everywhere.
The workshop was part of our module "New Technologies", driven by Linda Hildebrand. Within the module we had a closer look on traditional Buildingpart connections, trying to rethink them by using computational tools.
The latest project by Ed Burtynsky focuses on our relationship to water -- how we use it and abuse it, and how that shapes our world.
The Architects Brain 11/11 ‘In pre-modern epochs, renewal of practice was always initiated by looking backwards, as a return to the fundamentals.
© David de Jong A team lead by Arup has developed a method of designing and 3D Printing steel joints which will significantly reduce the time and
The roots of CGI lie in the first mechanical aids to drawing and painting. The earliest of these were developed to help solve a problem every artist has found to be sticky: perspective.
Lighter and stronger.
In this excerpt from his new book, Max Tegmark proposes that our reality isn't just described by mathematics, it is mathematics.
MatterFab uses the latest sensors, computers, and a low-power laser to bring down the price of 3D metal printing, with prototypes to launch next year.
Sciaky, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries (PSI) and providers of additive manufacturing solutions for large-scale, high-value metal parts, announced today that it will be offering its electron beam additive manufacturing (EBAM) systems for purchase, which will be available as early as September 1, 2014.
A/N Blog - Quicks hits and big thoughts from The Architect's Newspaper
This instructable will cover my own experiments with laser kerf bent wood, also known as lattice hinges, and how I tried to create it parametrically t...
really nice sumary on the topic of how to get flat sheets bended by cutting holes!
Royal College of Art graduate Oluwaseyi Sosanya has created a loom that can weave in three dimensions and used it to create a shoe sole.
There are two main constraints preventing 3D printing from becoming a major factor in the manufacturing of large scale objects. First and foremost is speed, and
Small robots printing big structures. A research by Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia focused on the future of robotic construction. #Minibuilders #3dprinting
Instructables designer Natalie Walsh has created a stunning fiber optic dress that is covered in a free-flowing array of fiber optic filaments. She's posted detailed instructions on how to make the...
Our initial intention for the project was in fact to problematize the connection amongst-form, space, and structure. The project came toour studio after a year of being on hold due to the client’s dissatisfaction. The skeleton and barrier walls of the structure were thoroughly constructed. There was a central, octagonal void surrounded by columns, which …
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Anish Kapoor - Concrete printing