The Intersection of Design, Technology and Fabrication

Part One: 28 October 2020

Lets discuss the marriage between robotics, including drones, with highly tactile matter, such as clay, engenders edifications at the cross between vernacular and futuristic scenarios.

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Event Description

9AM - 10AM 

Stephanie Chaltiel 

MUDD Architects

Stephanie Chaltiel is a French architect and interior designer working with innovative techniques and natural materials offering unique designs for each project. She began her career in Mexico and French Guyana building by hand with local dwellers houses. After working for Bernard Tschumi in New York, OMA and Zaha Hadid she started her own practice. Her award winning projects marrying cutting edge technology and raw materials (ACADIA, MIT 2017, part of the ICON Design 100 talents 2019 and Dezeen Awards Winners Highly commended mention) has been presented and exhibited worldwide. She taught at SUTD Singapore, Westminster London, AA London, Ravensbourne London, and at the architectural school of Brighton and more recently at Elisava Barcelona. She was also during 4 years an EU Marie Curie scholarship recipient when she developed the drone spray technology for sustainable architecture and refurbishments.

Talk topic: 

MuDD is an architectural company and research think tank focused on using cutting edge technology combined with raw local materials to deliver fast and cheap constructions in a variety of contexts and particularly focused on housing innovative systems. 

The resulting constructions or processes of construction tend to provoke contradictory opinions within the public! We are also passionate about the social impact of new aesthetics and forms of architectural envelopes.

The marriage between robotics, including drones, with highly tactile matter, such as clay, engenders edifications at the cross between vernacular and futuristic scenarios, which the main aim is to seek human comfort in a variety of rural or urban contexts.”

10AM - 11AM 

Oliver Thomas

BIG 

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The Intersection of Design, Technology and Fabrication

During this talk, Oliver will detail out his experience working for Aedas, Front, and BIG working on real-world projects at the intersection of Design, Technology, and Fabrication. Expanding on how design, technology and fabrication is disrupting the profession and design and build process itself by outlining some of his own work developed under the architecture collective PIXEL. Rethinking the typical role and business model of an architecture practice through the use of modular building systems, digital fabrication, and computation. How we as architects can positively affect change as we face challenges such as affordable housing, sustainable living and ecological building methodologies. 

Learning outcomes and AACA competencies:

Design: Conceptual Design 

3.2 Application of creative imagination, aesthetic judgement ans critical evaluation in formulating design options.

Design: Schematic Design 

4.1  Evaluation of design options in relation to project requirements 

Documentation: Detailed Design 

5.1 Application of creative imagination and aesthetic judgement in producing a resolved project design 

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