Collaborative Architecture

Part One: 14 May 2021

The movers and shakers of the architectural industry are joining us on May 14th! Architecture is a collaboration; an alignment of architects, designers, engineers, planners, builders and, above all, clients and end users coming together to achieve places that matter.

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CPD Points

15.00 NZRAB Points 2.00 AIA - American Institute of Architects USA Points 2.00 Australian CPD ACT-SA-NT Points 2.00 Australian QLD - NSW - TAS - WA Points 2.00 RIBA - The Royal Institute of British Architects Points

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Teulo Talks

Event Description

But questioning the world around us while still achieving an incredible standard of excellence - well, that takes some serious skill! Buildings shape us, and the environment shapes our buildings, so stand with us in creating spaces that connect people to one another, that inscribe inclusion into our communities and disrupt the status quo!

9am - 10am > NZST

Irina Bogdan and Gili Ron > 9am 

Project Galatha > virtual leap into our world at the dawn of woman-robot collaboration.

The Robotic Consensual Touch: on Human-Robot Interaction and Woman-Machine Collaboration 

In this talk we will present our world of posthuman design: blurring the boundaries between digital and tangible. We will present our recent design research in robotic fabrication, about touch and consent. 

We are Project: GALATH3A, fem-tech, design duo. In this work we design and develop woman-machine collaboration. Together with a UR5 robotic arm named Gala (short for Galatea), we research and design on the fringe of art, tech and sociology. 

10am - 11am > NZST

Aga Blonska

Shaping future Architecture: Large scale 3D printing.

Aga Blonska is an experienced Architect / Designer living and working in Amsterdam. Since 2016, she has been focusing her efforts on 3D-printing/Additive Manufacturing of architectural projects and providing research-informed designs for digital fabrication, exploring the usage of robots as a design tool in the architectural process. She also takes an advisory role and supports innovative production companies to improve their technology for both clients and designers.

How advanced techniques and additive manufacturing procedure influence the design process in architecture. Large scale 3D printing as a new tool for architects and an exciting process with new challenges that You never faced before.

11am - 11.30am > Morning tea break

AACA Learning outcomes and objectives:

Design: Conceptual Design 

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

Design: Schematic Design 

Evaluation of design options in relation to project requirement

Documentation: Detailed Design 

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

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