Unfolding Architectural Material Potentials using Experimental Computational Models
If art in one sense can be seen as an experiment, and architecture is considered both as a form of art and in many ways a material practice, architecture in an artistic context becomes a material experiment.
Matter as a counterpoint is no longer tied to the analogue realm only. Computation as information processing looks through the eye of both theoretical models and empirical observations to gather data on matter itself, establishing a combined material-machinic computational model. The aim of the workshop is to move fluidly between these realms of computation in order to enable the participants to explore their architectural material system in the most appropriate informative mode.
Staedelschule Architecture Class (SAC)
B v Berkel, J Bettum
Karola Dierichs, Katharina Lindenberg (Institute for Computational Design – Stuttgart)
Sebastian Stoehrer, Stefan Wieland, Gosha Muhammad, Bastian Wibranek (Staedelschule – Frankfurt am Main)
Margarida Amial, Mehrshad Atashi, Matthias Behrmann, Han Bi, Marquez Colby,Tatiana Danilova, Sandra Ebuzoeme, Marwan El Midani, Rajamanickam Govindarajan, Sushant Jadhav, Saket Katkar, Pantea Khatirzadbaboli, Georges Khawam, Yelta Köm, Anirudh Krishnadas, Satish Kumaran, Ilya Moiseev, Vladislav Pankin, Nathaphon Phantounarakul, Bhumibhat Promboot, Shankar Ramakrishnan, Sudipti Roychoudhury, Ali Safaee, Ankit Savla, Siva Sepehry, Shridhar Shemoy, Cheriya Shiraz, Irin Siriwattanagul, Susanna Smailova, Usman Tariq, Henrik Thomassen, Fumihiko Tomita, Sara Torki, Nour Toumeh, Chakkarat Wongthirawat