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AB7537: Design Computation Symposium

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand larger trends in digital practice
  • Identify real-world implementations of advanced computational workflows
  • Understand the potential impact of simulation tools on built forms
  • Identify opportunities for design computation in new and traditional workflows

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

The Design Computation Symposium will explore how advanced firms are bridging the gap between Computational Design and Building Information Modeling. Speaker topics will include both pragmatic aspects of digital design in daily practice, and forward thinking ideas and research. There are three main areas of interest under this theme: ‚ Performance-based design, simulation and analysis. ‚ Digital fabrication and construction processes. ‚ Data Flow between real and digital environments.

Target Audience

Target Audience

All members of the design, engineering, and construction industries, educators, researchers

Speakers

Speakers

Mark Burry

Professor Mark Burry is a practising architect who has published internationally on two main themes: the life, work and theories of the architect Antoni Gaud', and putting theory into practice with regard to ´challenging' architecture. He has been Senior Architect to the Sagrada Fam'lia Basilica Foundation since 1979 pioneering distant collaboration with his colleagues based on-site in Barcelona. He is currently the Founding Director of the RMIT University's Design Research Institute (DRI), established in 2008 to collaborate across the entire university design community ranging from hard-core sciences and technology to applied arts. In 2001 he founded RMIT University's state-of-the-art Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL) in Melbourne Australia, established as a holistic transdisciplinary spatial design research environment.

Janet Echelman

Professor Mark Burry is a practising architect who has published internationally on two main themes: the life, work and theories of the architect Antoni Gaud', and putting theory into practice with regard to 'challenging' architecture. He has been Senior Architect to the Sagrada Fam'lia Basilica Foundation since 1979 pioneering distant collaboration with his colleagues based on-site in Barcelona. He is currently the Founding Director of the RMIT University's Design Research Institute (DRI), established in 2008 to collaborate across the entire university design community ranging from hard-core sciences and technology to applied arts. In 2001 he founded RMIT University's state-of-the-art Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL) in Melbourne Australia, established as a holistic transdisciplinary spatial design research environment.

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Published

  • 2014
  • AB7537
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • None

Industries

  • Architecture
  • Construction and Utilities

Topics

  • Architecture