Protoarchitecture: Analogue and Digital Hybrids [Bob Sheil] on * FREE* in Architecture, and in he guest-edited AD Design through Making . AD Protoarchitecture: Analogue and Digital Hybrids (Item) () – In the last decade, the interface of CAD and CAM has opened up a whole new range of . Title: PerFORM by Protoarchitecture Lab, Author: The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, Name: PerFORM by Protoarchitecture Lab, Length: 56 pages, Page: 9, Published: Cover of “MArch Architectural Design (AD) “.
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Out of the Phase: Fabricating Complexity Michael Weinstock. Analogue and Digital Hybrids.
Read an Excerpt Excerpt 1: Added to Your Shopping Cart. Description The illusive and uncertain world of translating ideas into matter is a negotiation between the ideal and the real and a central preoccupation of architectural production.
Protoarchitecture: Analogue and Digital Hybrids
By prptoarchitecture the toolbox of digital fabrication, design has transgressed into protocols of manufacturing previously the domain of other disciplines and skills sets. Craft, assembly and installation, once the realm of trades, are qualities that are now dependent upon design information and its status as an instruction to make.
The ensuing loop between the physical and tactile, the imaginary and speculative, has defined a new expectation in making architecture as a construct that is part real, part ideal.
With contributions from Lebbeus Woods, Evan Douglis, Theo Jansen, Shin Egashira and many more, Protoarchitecture presents an explicitly diverse collection of works from leading and emerging practitioners, educators, researchers and visionaries from all corners of this innovative field. He has worked as a designer and maker in protoatchitecture, furniture, exhibition and web design.
Following 10 years in practice, his teaching career began in the Bartlett workshop in where his key interest in, and curiosity about, the relationship between architecture and making evolved from practice to research.
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Table of contents Editorial Helen Castle. Zaha Hadid Lebbeus Woods. The Memory of an Elephant Bob Sheil. Thinking with Matter Mark West. Protoarchitecturs after Image Shin Egashira. Mapping the Invisible Landscape: Practice Profile Jamie Fobert Architects: Inside Out Howard Watson.