Emerging Technologies – London 2013

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Reading List

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Special thanks to Lawrence Friesen, who provided this list of suggested reading for the Emerging Technologies group.

Material Matters:
New Materials in Design

Phil Howes, Zoe Laughlin
Black Dog Publishing

New Materials in Design
Pasta by Design

George Legendre
Thames &Hudson

Emergent Technologies and Design
Towards a biological paradigm for architecture

Hensel, Mengesm,Weinstock
Routledge

Computation Works
The Building of Algorithmic Thought

Architectural Design
March /April 2013
Profile no. 222
Brady Peters, Xavier de Kestelier

Material Strategies in
Digital Fabrication

Christopher Beorkrem
Routledge

Experimental Green Strategies
Architectural Design

November December 2011
Profile No 214
Ed Terri Peters

Inside Smartgeometry
Expanding the Architectural Possibilities of
Computational Design

Architectural Design
Smart01

Frei Otto: Complete Works: lightweight construction, natural design
Winfried Nerdinger
Birkhauser, Basel, 2010

The Logic of Architecture: Design, Computation, and Cognition
William J. Mitchell
MIT Press Cambridge, MA, USA ©1990

Lightness: The Inevitable Renaissance of Minimum Energy Structures
by Ed van Hinte and Adriaan Beukers (Jul 1998)

Additional info

http://www.designreform.net

David Rutten
http://www.grasshopper3d.com

Jon Mirtschin
http://geometrygym.blogspot.co.uk/

Enrico Dini
http://www.themanwhoprintshouses.com/About.html

http://archinect.com/news/article/66291050/discovery-channel-covers-enrico-dini-the-man-who-wants-to-print-buildings

 

 

Thank you also to Xavier De Kestelier at Foster + Partners for additional reading selections:
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Written by Gregory Brooks

August 6, 2013 at 4:47 pm

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