Publication / 2016
Industrial production forms are currently undergoing a transition from being standardised to becoming customised. The change is evident for instance in architecture, arts and crafts, and industrial design. The use of robotics in the building industry allows new forms of variation and expression.
The publication Digital Fabrication in Tomorrow’s Architecture is a documentation of an Open Room seminar at Aarhus School of Architecture. The seminar offered perspectives on what potentials for development lie in digital fabrication in the future. How can architects and designers become more involved in fabrication? How can other professions become more involved in design processes and what impact will this have on how we can build?
The booklet contains contributions from:
- Niels Martin Larsen, Associate Professor, Aarhus School of Architecture
- Toni Österlund, M.Sc. architect, Geometria
- Isak Worre Foged, Aalborg University and AREA
- Anke Pasold, AREA
- Søren Jensen, CEO, Søren Jensen Rådgivende Ingeniørfirma A/S
- Karl Christiansen, Professor, Aarhus School of Architecture
Title: Digital Fabrication in Tomorrow’s Architecture
Publisher: Arkitektskolens Forlag
Price: 75 DKK
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OPEN ROOM is a series of five publications, which follows a series of seminars dealing with current themes in society.
- Moderne Arbejdsrum – Frihed vs Friktion
- Technology is the answer, but what is the Question?
- Digital Fabrication in Tomorrow’s Architecture
- Kan bygget velfærd eksporteres?
- Skab Byen Sammen