Lionel Theodore Dean runs Future Factories, a rapid prototyping design house that often uses algorithmic and generative methods to arrive at their forms. Very interesting projects await you.
Professor Jenny E. Sabin of the Graduate School of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania and Peter Lloyd Jones Ph.D. in pathology at the same school established Sabin+Jones (also know as LabStudios) in 2007, a biological architecture collaboration looking to …
Metropolis Next Generation Design Competition Winner: The Better Brick (Urine+Bacteria Building Material)
Metropolis Magazine’s Next Generation Design Competition has announced their winner for 2011: A scientist that claims to have devised a system to build bricks using bacteria, sand and one commonly found not so convential ingredient: urine.
The Building Centre is hosting an Adaptive Architecture conference March 3rd to 5th. The Line Up is very impressive. Visit the Official Website for more information.
Interesting project suggesting to rebuild the New York Harbor’s ecology with introducing artificial reefs harvesting oysters. Project website here.
Michael Pawlyn, the director at Exploration Architecture recently informed us of his TED speech on biomimicry applied to architecture. Great video, a must watch. We posted about the Eden Project he was involved with many months ago, a ground …