Saturday, February 23, 2008
posted by dag at 7:54 PM

Series of patterns developed at sci_arc.
(seen, photographed, posted, sorry for the poor quality:P)

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posted by dag at 7:42 PM

Discussion: 02.20.08 | W.M. Keck Lecture Hall @ 7pm
Neil Spiller: Communicating Vessels

Professor, Vice-Dean + Director of the AVATAR, Bartlett School of Architecture, London

Neil Spiller is Professor of Architecture and Digital Theory and a practicing architect. He is the M.Arch Course Director, Director of the Advanced Virtual and Technological Architecture Research Group (AVATAR) and Vice Dean at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College, London. He is author of the book Digital Dreams - Architecture and the New Alchemic Technologies (1998). He is co-editor of AD Young Blood (2001), among many other AD titles, and is the former editor of Building Design Interactive magazine. He is co-editor with Peter Cook of The Power of Contemporary Architecture (1999) and the Paradox of Contemporary Architecture (2001). Spiller was also one of the ten international critics featured in the Phaidon book 10x10.

He lectures around the world and his work has been exhibited and published worldwide. His book, Visionary Architecture - Blueprints of the Modern Imagination was published by Thames and Hudson in November 2006 and his Digital Architecture NOW compendium of contemporary digital architectural practice will be published by Thames and Hudson during Spring 2008.

He was the 2002 John and Magda McHale Research Fellow at the State University of New York at Buffalo.


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Friday, February 22, 2008
posted by 73de at 10:45 AM

The test was conducted through the use of an algorithm on a simple surface, and a successive modelling through Rhinoceros and 3ds Max.


Wednesday, February 20, 2008
posted by DAVIDE DEL GIUDICE at 12:04 PM

Our surfacer dag is now in LA working for motion Theory, after a Master class at the Gnomon workshop, the best 3d school. See his research about speciations, inspired from the HERNAN diaz Alonso 's resarch agenda.

Read more at xdag .


Tuesday, February 19, 2008
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Monday, February 11, 2008
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Saturday, February 09, 2008
posted by DAVIDE DEL GIUDICE at 12:54 PM

posted by DAVIDE DEL GIUDICE at 12:46 PM

IwamotoScott has won a competition using the delanauy network for distribute flows of water, circulation system of people, vehicles and energy. Different nodes creates a multi- directional distribute network.

see more pictures about this project at:

IwamotoScott - City of the Future: Hydro-Net