Conference at TU Berlin – Cybernetics: state of the art ­

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A conversation and conference to review and preview cybernetics as design strategy in computational architecture, urban design and socio­ecological habitats ­natural and artificial. Let’s discuss if a difference can be registered at all. During the last decade Cybernetics has awaken its Snow­White sleep, ready to be understood, embraced and established as a science to design. The international conference reviews and …

Cybernetics exhibition TU Berlin

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EXHIBITION In der Ausstellung „Cybernetics: state of the art“ ist eine Auswahl kybernetischer Entwurfsansätze für Architektur und Urban Design zu sehen. Projektionen, digitale Fabrikationsmethoden und interaktive Artefakte wurden gezeigt. Diese agieren interdisziplinär und experimentell. Die Ausstellung zeigte außer dem einschlägige Artikel zur Entwicklung der Kybernetik in Design und Architektur aus den 1960er – 1980er Jahren von Raúl Espejo, Gordon Pask, …

THE TOPOGRAPHY OF COMPUTATIONAL ARCHITECTURE IN LIGHT OF 2ND CYBERNETICS

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Within the last decade in practice, teaching and research architecture has developed the starting point of a sound body of knowledge and skills relating to critical design and computational thinking. Working in architecture in C21 where virtual and material reality merge and construction drawings take on the form of code architecture targets the development of its expertise at the understanding …

Stretching the Culebra Cut – eine virtuelle Differenzmaschine

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an architecture of difference and cybernetics. The project discusses the superimposition of the event in Greek mythology: the rape of Persephone into the Hades, triggered by picking a daffodil, and an actual transpiring event, the landslides during the first construction phase of the Panama Canal end of the 19th century. ‘Stretching the Culebra Cut‘ is an anthropomorphic system. It forms …