Final reviews

This term’s course has wrapped up with final reviews this week. A big thank you to Jonas Runberger, Petra Jenning, and Björn Förstberg for contributing to a great discussion around the presented projects. Here are some of the highlights of

Final reviews

This term’s course has wrapped up with final reviews this week. A big thank you to Jonas Runberger, Petra Jenning, and Björn Förstberg for contributing to a great discussion around the presented projects. Here are some of the highlights of

Prototype Workshop

The studio has spent the past week making prototypes and 1:1 tests of design concepts. Marcel Bilow from Buckylab in Delft and Susanne Gosztonyi provided inspiration and guidance!

Prototype Workshop

The studio has spent the past week making prototypes and 1:1 tests of design concepts. Marcel Bilow from Buckylab in Delft and Susanne Gosztonyi provided inspiration and guidance!

Making fractals more playful

If one study the phenomena with the diatoms hierarchical structure from an architectural point of view and how it could be incorporated in architecture or turned into architecture via the biomimetics way of thinking. You might come across that you

Making fractals more playful

If one study the phenomena with the diatoms hierarchical structure from an architectural point of view and how it could be incorporated in architecture or turned into architecture via the biomimetics way of thinking. You might come across that you

Architecture of the Anthropocene

“The Anthropocene is a proposed epoch that begins when human activities started to have a significant global impact on Earth’s geology and ecosystems.” 1 An exploration into the novel and unconventional building materials that might be derived from this particular

Architecture of the Anthropocene

“The Anthropocene is a proposed epoch that begins when human activities started to have a significant global impact on Earth’s geology and ecosystems.” 1 An exploration into the novel and unconventional building materials that might be derived from this particular

Printing Arabic geometric patterns

This investigation is about reinterpreting Arabic geometric ornamentation, or girith tiles, for new possibilities in digital design and fabrication. Traditionally, these geometric patterns are constructed by craftsmen, with rather simple tools compared to the apparent complexity of the outcome. The

Printing Arabic geometric patterns

This investigation is about reinterpreting Arabic geometric ornamentation, or girith tiles, for new possibilities in digital design and fabrication. Traditionally, these geometric patterns are constructed by craftsmen, with rather simple tools compared to the apparent complexity of the outcome. The

Learning from the desert snail

“Life´s been on earth for 3.8 billion years, and in that time life has learned what works, and what´s appropriate here and what lasts here. The idea behind biomimicry is that perhaps we should be looking at these mentors, at

Learning from the desert snail

“Life´s been on earth for 3.8 billion years, and in that time life has learned what works, and what´s appropriate here and what lasts here. The idea behind biomimicry is that perhaps we should be looking at these mentors, at

Keeping cool: the use of evaporative cooling in vernacular Moroccan architecture.

In dry and hot climates it is crucial to keep your body cooled and hydrated. There is of course lots of methods in doing this. If we look at strategies in vernacular architecture for keeping an interior environment cool and

Keeping cool: the use of evaporative cooling in vernacular Moroccan architecture.

In dry and hot climates it is crucial to keep your body cooled and hydrated. There is of course lots of methods in doing this. If we look at strategies in vernacular architecture for keeping an interior environment cool and