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.
Weaving Enclosure is an experimental installation developed by ACTLAB in 2014 and a synthesis of a research on the emergent properties of weaving material system in architecture. From the combination...
Robo.Op is an open hardware / open software platform for hacking industrial robots (IRs). Robo.Op makes it cheaper and easier to customize your IR for creative use, so you can explore the fringes of industrial robotics. The toolkit is made up of a modular prototyping platform, a simpler software interface, and a centralized hub for sharing knowledge, tools, and code.
DETAIL 6/2015 stellt Projekte vor, die von komplexen Geometrien geprägt sind. Einige waren so nur mit digitalen Mitteln realisierbar, wie die Überdachung des Hauptbahnhofs in Wien mit ihren ungewöhnlichen Faltungen oder das neue jüdische Museum in Warschau, dessen innere Freiformen im Kontrast zum kubischen Baukörper stehen. Andere wurden weitgehend analog entwickelt, wie der Hy-Fi-Pavillon für das MoMA in New York mit Mauersteinen aus experimentellem Fertigungsverfahren.
A digital artist known as Chaotic Atmospheres has run city maps through World Terrain, a software system that simulates real-world geological events like erosion. The results are these evocative "erosion flow maps" that imagine what might happen to cities if they flowed into the environments around them.
Since the end of the XIXth century, architects' spatial desires of flexibility, adaptability, modulation, variation and interactivity have progressively been envisaged via dynamic logics. Despite recent innovations in the field of smart-materials, the conception of kinetic responsive architecture still remains deeply anchored in a very conventional and Mechanistic approach that consists in using external machines or robots to transform structures. Considering this statement as a starting point,
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