Tag Archives: Digital

sukkah city: winners announced

-Archimorph + VerS have concluded the Sukkah City competition, and although having not won the competition remain optimistic and excited about the exhibition, book, and constructions that will follow. The competition yielded some amazing projects, as can be seen in the image above, and we look forward to the opportunity to examine the rest. Your-Sukkah […]

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archimorph + tex-fab

INTRODUCTION TEX-FAB is a new resource for designers, academics, fabricators, and students seeking out the innovative application of digital technology to the physical environment. Within Texas there is an emerging network of companies, institutions, and individuals focusing on the exploration of parametric design and the digital production of building components. Specifically, there is a growing […]

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A Comparative Computer Simulation of Dendritic Morphology

Dendritic morphology underlies many aspects of nervous system structure and function. Dendrites, along with axons, define the connectivity of the brain [1],[2], and play a large role in information processing at the single cell level [3],[4]. Many studies have highlighted the importance of dendritic branching pattern in neuronal behavior. Mainen and Sejnowski [5] have shown […]

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unit 20: convoluted flesh

Convoluted Flesh The convoluted (i.e. overlapped, intertwined and blurred) nature of contemporary architectural design, as we understand it, goes beyond the functions of opulence and intricacy, of technique and simulation, of module and optimisation. It invokes something ranking above notions of beauty, style, and elegance – it evokes the sublime, the blissful and the mysterious. […]

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blog cabin

-Concept iteration; space carved within stacked tube cube. Grasshopper definition.

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Manuel Delanda: Genetic Algorithm in Architecture

“Deleuze and the Use of the Genetic Algorithm in Architecture”, Speaker: Manuel Delanda, Date: April 9, 2004, Art and Technology Lecture Series Manuel De Landa, (born 1952 in Mexico City), is a writer, artist and philosopher who has lived in New York since 1975. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Graduate School of Architecture, […]

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h9: bar ceiling concept i + ii

Concept design for H9 bar ceiling using glass liquor bottles suspended from the steel structure. The alternative iteration employs an image-based circle packing technique to aggregate polycarbonate tubes of various diameters and lengths into a cloud-like form above the bar. Other possibilities are being explored.-JB

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apomechanes 2010

Ahylo lab in collaboration with supermanoeuvre and kokkugia are pleased to announce the launch of the Apomechanes 2010 studio (seminar and workshop) to be held from the 19th of July till the 6th of August. Apomechanes is an international intensive 3-week computational design studio held each summer in Athens, Greece. The studio is devoted to […]

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