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Studio Morison construct origami-like pink pavilion at the National Trust estate, Berrington Hall

Students Invent A New Method Of 3-D Printing, Using UV Light  ROBOT ARMS WIELD AN OFF-THE-SHELF PROJECTOR AND A VAT OF LIGHT-SENSITIVE RESIN IN A NEW FORM OF DIGITAL FABRICATION.    2 Comments

Students Invent A New Method Of 3-D Printing, Using UV Light

Robot arms wield an off-the-shelf projector and a vat of light-sensitive resin in a new form of digital fabrication.

Spanish pavilion with woven wicker facade by Miralles Tagliabue (EMBT) Picture taken from: ze~en. www.dezeen.com

Spanish Pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010 by EMBT Shanghai Expo the Spanish Pavilion by Miralles Tagliabue (EMBT). Interesting facade, but a rather dull interior! EMBT’s pavilion has a wicker.

Folded Light Art | Synergia

Folded Light Art | Synergia

Gramazio Kohler Research

The lab's on-site robotic construction technique was developed to stack randomly organized objects into delicately curving compositions. The process is monitored by camera-guided machine vision.

Robotically assembled chair in progress , team INT , Bartlett RC4 #architecture #design #superarchitects #nextarch #archidaily #bartlettrc4

Robotically assembled chair in progress , team INT , Bartlett

「 Coral Mark Fornes (France/USA) Коралл Марк Форнес (Франция/США) The sculpture is a complex… 」

「 Coral Mark Fornes (France/USA) Коралл Марк Форнес (Франция/США) The sculpture is a complex… 」

AD Interviews: Barkow Leibinger / Kinetic Wall at the Venice Biennale

AD Interviews: Barkow Leibinger / Kinetic Wall at the Venice Biennale

Image 1 of 15 from gallery of AD Interviews: Barkow Leibinger / Kinetic Wall at the Venice Biennale. Photograph by Johannes Foerster

This Origami-Inspired Office Design Expands, Contracts, And Changes Its Shape | Co.Exist | World changing ideas and innovation

This Origami-Inspired Office Design Expands, Contracts, And Changes Its Shape

This Origami-Inspired Office Design Expands, Contracts, And Changes Its Shape | Co.Exist | World changing ideas and innovation

"Vers un architecture en Pierre” is the title of Giuseppe Fallacara's book about the history of this building and of this great work of architecture and eng.

The art of building the timbrel vault like Rafael Guastavino used to do is pretty much dead, as is the art of bricklaying like Eladio Dieste of Uruguay used to do. But ETH Zurich University is saving both by using computers and robot technology to do what few humans can any more. [...] the Swiss BLOCK Research Group at the ETH Zurich University, where they reinvent the timbrel vault.

Classic Timbrel Vaults Built With Computers and 3D Routers, Reinventing A Minimalist Technology

Classic Timbrel Vaults Built With Computers and Routers, Reinventing A Minimalist Technology : TreeHugger

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