- 11 NovH. Bier and S. Mostafavi publish journal paper on Data-Driven Architectural Design to Production and Operation in Systema's special issue Architectural Ecologies
- 26 OctRobotic Painting / Machining Emotion project team at Dubai Design Week
- 26 OctJia-Rey Chang published a paper in the New Architecture Journal NO.5: "Digital Techniques and Architectural Evolution"
- 25 OctIn ACADIA 2015 Peer Reviewed Projects, Sina Mostafavi and Henriette Bier published a project on Informed Design to Robotic Production systems.
- 25 OctDr. Nimish Biloria, Jia-Rey Chang and Dieter Vandoren published a paper "Ambiguous Topology" at IEEE VISAP'15 conference, Chicago, USA
- 23 OctHenriette Bier talks at the 3TU symposium Real Additive Manufacturing
- 22 OctNew website "Machining Emotion" is launched by the Robotic Painting project team
- 21 OctAt Dutch Design Week 2015, Sina Mostafavi talks about Creative applications of Design to Robotic Production systems in architectural design and building processes
- 01 OctHyperbody hosts Delft Robotics Institute's monthly RoboCafé on "Pro-active Robotics"
- 25 SepSocialGlass is featured on NRCQ, the leading business news site in the Netherlands
Hyperbody invites you to the book launch of a new book by prof. Kas Oosterhuis:
Towards a New Kind of Building - A Designers' Guide for Non-Standard Architecture
Time: 18 March 2011 at 15:00
Location: TU Delft, Architecture Faculty, de Oostserre (Orange room)
15.00-15.05 Opening by professor prof ir Karin Laglas, Dean of Faculty of Architecture TU Delft
15.05-15.20 Introduction TANKOB by prof dr Antonino Saggio, Department of Architecture and Urban Design University La Sapienza, Rome
15.20-15.40 Book Launch Towards A New Kind Of Building by Kas Oosterhuis, Professor Hyperbody Faculty of Architecture TU Delft
15.40-16.00 Development of associative design software by prof Robert Aish, Director of Software Development Autodesk
16.00-16.15 Forum with Karin Laglas, Antonino Saggio, Robert Aish and Kas Oosterhuis, discussion leader Antonino Saggio
Introduction of the book:
Non-standard architecture is bespoke architecture. The building of today is designed with digital tools and is produced by means of digitally controlled production. This leads to a revolution in the conception of the nature and realization of the design. Moreover, it prompts a whole new debate about what is beautiful in architecture. In this book Kas Oosterhuis describes his practice and considers his designs in the context of recent social developments, especially in the field of ICT. Two paradigm shifts take centre stage: from architecture based on mass production to architecture based on industrially produced made-to-measure components, and from a static architecture to a dynamic and interactive architecture.
On the road towards the book launch Kas Oosterhuis will tweet statements on the new kind of building and on the changing role of the architect, the expert formerly known as the architect.