The Center for Architecture and Situated Technologies (CAST) investigates the evolving relationship between emerging technologies and the built environment.
Influenced by the role of representation in the design and fabrication process, this research aims to develop a more agile and adaptive workflow between digital models and contemporary manufacturing techniques.
A symposium bringing together researchers and practitioners to explore the emerging role of “situated” technologies in the design and inhabitation of the contemporary city.
Instructor: Nick Bruscia | Type: Studio
Some composite materials are designed to return to their initial form after deformation by bending or stretching back into position. The studio will explore the scalability of flexible materials, and how we might organize them to produce stable but intentionally flexible architecture.