Fabricate

Fabricate

Negotiating Design and Making
Fabio Gramazio, Matthias Kohler, Silke Langenberg (Hg.)
CHF 72.00
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Deutsch

2014. 24,5 x 24,5 cm, Hardcover
316 Seiten, 366 Abbildungen
ISBN 978-3-85676-331-2
CHF 72.00 / EUR 66.00
Englisch

Beiträge von den Forschungsinstituten Bartlett School of Architecture / University College London, Harvard University, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Institute for Computational Design / University of Stuttgart, Institute of Technology in Architecture / ETH Zurich, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton University, Yale University Gespräche zwischen Mario Carpo und Matthias Kohler, Neil Gershenfeld und Mark Burry, Achim Menges und Philip Beesley, Virginia San Fratello, Ronald Rael und Neri Oxman
Gestaltet von Oliver Schmid

In der Publikation werden aktuelle Arbeiten und herausragende Projekte im Bereich der digitalen Fabrikation vorgestellt und durch Gespräche unter Wissenschaftlern aus Forschung und Praxis ergänzt. Das Buch erschien zur FABRICATE Konferenz, die im Februar 2014 an der ETH Zürich stattfand.

English

2014. 24.5 x 24.5 cm, hardcover
316 pages, 366 illustrations
ISBN 978-3-85676-331-2
CHF 72.00 / EUR 66.00
English

Contributions by the research institutions of the Bartlett School of Architecture / University College London, Harvard University, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Institute for Computational Design / University of Stuttgart, Institute of Technology in Architecture / ETH Zurich, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton University, Yale University Discussions between Mario Carpo and Matthias Kohler, Neil Gershenfeld and Mark Burry, Achim Menges and Philip Beesley, Virginia San Fratello, Ronald Rael and Neri Oxman
Designed by Oliver Schmid

The publication presents current work and outstanding projects in the field of digital fabrication and is supplemented by discussions among scientists from research and practice. The book was published at the FABRICATE Conference, which took place at ETH Zurich in February 2014.