Digital Workflows in Architecture: Design - Assembly - Industry

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The logics of digital processes in architecture have begun to structure the way that architects design, the way that builders build, and the way that industry is reorganizing.This book is a reference work on digital technologies as key factors in architectural design, fabrication and workflow organization. It presents essays and case studies from some of the leading voices on the topic.
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Overview

The logics of digital processes in architecture have begun to structure the way that architects design, the way that builders build, and the way that industry is reorganizing.This book is a reference work on digital technologies as key factors in architectural design, fabrication and workflow organization. It presents essays and case studies from some of the leading voices on the topic.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783034607995
  • Publisher: Birkhauser Verlag
  • Publication date: 5/1/2012
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 11.10 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Scott Marble, a founding partner of Marble Fairbanks, is Director of Integrated Design at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP). David Benjamin is Co-Founder of The Living and Assistant Professor of Architecture at Columbia University GSAPP. Neil Denari is Principal of NMDA in Los Angeles and Professor of Architecture at UCLA. Adam Marcus is an architect and Visiting Researcher at the University of Minnesota School of Architecture. He was a Senior Designer at Marble Fairbanks for five years. Phil Bernstein is an architect, a Vice President at software provider Autodesk, and teaches Professional Practice at the Yale School of Architecture.Ben van Berkel is a Founding Partner of UNStudio and is Professor of Conceptual Design and Head of the Architecture Department at the Stäedelschule in Frankfurt am Main. Frank Barkow and Regine Leibinger are Partners at Barkow Leibinger Architects. Fabian Scheurer is a computer scientist and Co-Founder of designtoproduction. Shane M. Burger was Director of the Computational Design Unit and Associate at Grimshaw Architects from 2003-2011. He is currently Director of Design Technology at Woods Bagot and Director of the Smartgeometry Group. James Kotronis is the US-eastern Regional Director at Gehry Technologies. Jesse Reiser and Nanako Umemoto are Principals of Reiser + Umemoto RUR Architecture. Jesse Reiser is Professor of Architecture at Princeton University. Paolo Tombesi is Chair of Construction at the University of Melbourne. Thom Mayne is Founder and Design Director of Morphosis Architects and a Professor at UCLA. Marty Doscher is Founder and Director of SYNTHESIS Technology Integration based in Los Angeles. He was previously Technology Director at Morphosis Architects for eight years. Craig Schwitter is the Managing Director for North America at Buro Happold Consulting Engineers. Ian Keough is Associate Technical Director. John Nastasi is an architect and Founder and Director of the Product-Architecture Lab at the Stevens Institute of Technology.
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Table of Contents


Table of Contents Introduction From Process to Workflow Designing Design, Designing Assembly, Designing Industry by Scott Marble DESIGNING DESIGN Introduction By Scott Marble Beyond Efficiency By David Benjamin, co-founder of The Living and professor at Columbia University, New York Precise Form for an Imprecise World By Neil Denari, principal of NMDA and professor at University of California, Los Angeles Pattern as Process: A Strategy for Designing Design By Adam Marcus, University of Minnesota Intention to Artifact By Phil Bernstein, vice president at Autodesk and professor at Yale School of Architecture, New Haven Diagrams, Design Models and Mother Models By Ben van Berkel, UNStudio and professor at Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main DESIGNING ASSEMBLY Introduction by Scott Marble Designing Assembly: How Tools Shape Materials that Constitute Space By Frank Barkow and Regine Leibinger, Barkow Leibinger Architects, Berlin Digital Craftsmanship - From Thinking to Modeling to Building By Fabian Scheurer, designtoproduction, Zurich and Stuttgart Algorithmic Workflows in Associative Modeling By Shane M. Burger, Computational Design Unit, Grimshaw Architects, New York, and Smart Geometry Group Workflow Consultancy By Scott Marble with James Kotronis, Gehry Technologies, New York The Scent of the System By Jesse Reiser and Nanako Umemoto, Reiser + Umemoto RUR Architecture; Jesse Reiser is Professor at Princeton University DESIGNING INDUSTRY Introduction by Scott Marble What Do We Mean by Building Design?
By Paolo Tombesi, University of Melbourne Shift 2D to 3D By Thom Mayne, Morphosis Architects and professor at University of California, Los Angeles Disposable Code in Persistent Design By Marty Doscher, SYNTHESIS Technology Integration, Los Angeles Continuous Integration By Craig Schwitter & Ian Keough, Buro Happold Consulting Engineers, New York and London Designing Education By John Nastasi, Product Architecture Lab, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken
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Project List / Contents HL23, residential condominium at the High Line, New York, USA Toni Stabile Student Center, Columbia University, New York, USA Raffles City Twin Towers, Singapore Campus Cantina, Ditzingen, Stuttgart, Germany Centre Pompidou, Metz, France Kilden Performing Art Center, Kristiansand, Norway Museo del Acero (Museum of Steel), Monterrey, Mexico World Bank Erwin Hauer Wall, Washington D.C. USA Burj Khalifa Tower Office Lobby Ceiling, Dubai Broad Museum Digital Workflow Structure, Los Angeles, USA O-14 Tower, Dubai Precast Concrete Panels for the Perot Museum of Nature & Science, Dallas, USA Phare Tower, La Défense, Paris
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