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The IT Revolution in Architecture. Thoughts on a Paradigm Shift By Antonino Saggio
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Information Technology is imposing itself as the central paradigm for a new phase in all of architecture; the dynamic interconnections at the heart of IT are being transferred from the world of... More > digital models to the reality of a reactive, sensitive, interactive architecture. The structure chosen for this book was to avoid a “crib sheet” on the “IT Revolution in Architecture.” The formula of the “treatise” was just as impossible to use not only because many aspects of contemporary scientific research are oriented toward a structure that remains intentionally open and serves to launch new hypotheses rather than solidify certainties, but also because this aspect is reinforced by the material that by its nature finds itself in an free, interconnected, intrinsically problematic dimension.< Less
The IT Revolution in Architecture. Thoughts on a Paradigm Shift By Antonino Saggio
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Information technology is imposing itself as the central paradigm for a new phase in all of architecture; the dynamic interconnections at the heart of IT are being transferred from the world of... More > digital models to the reality of a reactive, sensitive, interactive architecture. The structure chosen for this book was to avoid a “crib sheet” on the “IT Revolution in Architecture.” The formula of the “treatise” was just as impossible to use not only because many aspects of contemporary scientific research are oriented toward a structure that remains intentionally open and serves to launch new hypotheses rather than solidify certainties, but also because this aspect is reinforced by the material that by its nature finds itself in an free, interconnected, intrinsically problematic dimension.< Less
The IT Revolution in Architecture: Thoughts on a Paradigm Shift By Antonino Saggio
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Information technology is imposing itself as the central paradigm for a new phase in all of architecture; the dynamic interconnections at the heart of IT are being transferred from the world of... More > digital models to the reality of a reactive, sensitive, interactive architecture. The structure chosen for this book was to avoid a "crib sheet" on the "IT Revolution in Architecture." The formula of the "treatise" was just as impossible to use not only because many aspects of contemporary scientific research are oriented toward a structure that remains intentionally open and serves to launch new hypotheses rather than solidify certainties, but also because this aspect is reinforced by the material that by its nature finds itself in an free, interconnected, intrinsically problematic dimension.< Less
Primitive Parametric: Biology as Architectural Catalyst By Charles Davis
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Primitive Parametric: Biology as an Architectural Catalyst is a research-design project that exploits if not critiques contemporary digital architecture produced over the last two decades through an... More > examination of the primitive origins of contemporary parametric form making - specifically through the historiography of the biological metaphor in architecture and culture. The point of departure for this work is the publication of Der Still, written in the mid-19th century by Gottfried Semper. The findings and material constructs of Primitive Parametric are conveyed through an exhibition composed of two primary elements: an historical timeline that registers the material and cultural relationships of architecture and biology over the past 150 years and interpretive two and three dimensional collages - consisting of hand sketches, photographs, and laser cut and 3D printed models - that explore the overlaps of the primitive and the parametric.< Less
PRACTICE: Computational Processes in Architecture and Design By Michael Riggin
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Conference Proceedings of the 2015 PRACTICE Symposium of Computational Processes in Architecture and Design, chaired by Rajaa Issa and Michael Riggin. Includes papers presented at the conference and... More > a poster session of work. Papers included: 'Essential Education for Computational Design in Architecture' by Rajaa Issa, 'FPD: First Person Designer' by Ben Regnier, 'Dynamic Acoustics: From Parametric Design to Digital Fabrication' by Erik Luhtala, 'Immersive Environments and Gestural Modeling' by P. Casey Mahon, 'Dynamic Architectural Systems' by Anthony Mull, 'Urban Acupuncture Through Algorithmic Zoning' by Ryan Stangl, 'Computational Architecture: Quantifying the Qualitative' by Hannah Hobbs, and 'Practical Deformation: A Study of Wood Bending Techniques Through Computational Logic' by Jose Villamizar. Poster session includes work by Andrew Reeder, Erik Luhtala, Anthony Mull, Roger Flores, and student work from courses taught by Rajaa Issa and Michael Riggin.< Less
Digital Van Berkel. Diagrams, Processes, Models of UNStudio By Andrea Sollazzo
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Volume # 29 of "IT Revolution in Architecture", "Digital van Berkel" is an invaluable book that scans with an attentive eye the full body of works of UNStudio. The author... More > repeatedly interrogates van Berkel, offering to the reader approachable avenues for learning and understanding. One of the most interesting office today, develops trough its exciting realizations the issue of digital sustainability as the key of a mutable approach, constantly open at a flux of a flexible informations. Andrea Sollazzo (Napoli, 1978), architect, worked in Rome, Paris, and in the Netherlands at “OMA” and “123dv/Lionglie”. Specializing in Building Technologies at TU Delft, Sollazzo lives and works in Rotterdam. "IT Revolution in Architecture" is a book series initiated by Birkhäuser in 1999 and now published by Edilstampa, ANCE Rome. Founder and editor since its first publication with Testo&mmagine is Antonino Saggio. http://www.arc1.Uniroma1.it/Saggio/IT/< Less
Digital Van Berkel. Diagrams, Processes, Models of UNStudio By Andrea Sollazzo
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Volume # 29 of "IT Revolution in Architecture", "Digital van Berkel" is an invaluable book that scans with an attentive eye the full body of works of UNStudio. The author... More > repeatedly interrogates van Berkel, offering to the reader approachable avenues for learning and understanding. One of the most interesting office today, develops trough its exciting realizations the issue of digital sustainability as the key of a mutable approach, constantly open at a flux of a flexible informations. Andrea Sollazzo (Napoli, 1978), architect, worked in Rome, Paris, and in the Netherlands at “OMA” and “123dv/Lionglie”. Specializing in Building Technologies at TU Delft, Sollazzo lives and works in Rotterdam. "IT Revolution in Architecture" is a book series initiated by Birkhäuser in 1999 and now published by Edilstampa, ANCE Rome. Founder and editor since its first publication with Testo&mmagine is Antonino Saggio. http://www.arc1.Uniroma1.it/Saggio/IT/< Less
Digital Van Berkel. Diagrams, Processes, Models of UNStudio By Andrea Sollazzo
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"IT Revolution in Architecture" is a book series initiated by Birkhäuser in 1999 and now published by Edilstampa, ANCE Rome. Founder and editor since its first publication with... More > Testo&mmagine is Antonino Saggio. http://www.arc1.Uniroma1.it/Saggio/IT/< Less
Learn Digital and Microprocessor Techniques on Your Smartphone By Clive W. Humphris
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An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Calculations can be also tested against any standard subject textbook to compare the results. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Conclusion: Students will spend more time engaged with the Mobile Interactive Technology than with a traditional textbook. For each topic group students can TEST THEIR UNDERSTANDING by considering an open question whereby their ease of answering will provide an indication of personal progress.< Less
Disheveled Geometries - Towards a New Rustication in Architecture By Mark Gage & Cody Davis
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