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Branko Kolarevic Jason Johnson Joshua Taron Vera Parlac

Integration Through Computation, 2011 ACADIA Proceedings

Date: 2011
Client: n/a
Principal Investigators: Joshua Taron, Vera Parlac, Branko Kolarevic, Jason S. Johnson
Project Budget: Withheld
Collaborators: n/a
Research Assistants/ Project Team: n/a
Sponsors: Autodesk, Flatcut, Bentley, ACE-BIM, Ice Edge Business Solutions, Altar, Autodessys, Robert McNeel & Associates, John Wiley & Sons, Routlandge, Faculty of Environmental Design University of Calgary, LID Laboratory for Integrative Design
Publications: Integration Through Computation Proceedings

The ACADIA 2011 Annual Conference proceedings explores integrative trajectories and areas of overlap that have emerged through computation between design, its allied disciplines of engineering and construction, and other fields, such as computer science, material science, mathematics and biology. The presented research work projects integrative design as an emerging trajectory for architecture as it enters a post-digital phase and as it embraces ideas, concepts, processes, techniques, and technologies from elsewhere (just like before only more so).

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Alison MacLachlan Branko Kolarevic Jason Johnson Jordan Allen Joshua Taron Michael McGie Vera Parlac

Integration Through Computation, 2011 ACADIA Project Catalog

Date: 2011
Client: n/a
Principal Investigators: Jason S. Johnson, Joshua M. Taron,
Vera Parlac, Branko Kolarevic.
Research Assistants/ Project Team: Michael McGie, Jordan Allen,
Alison MacLachlan
Sponsors: Flatcut, Bentley, ACE-BIM, Ice Edge Business Solutions, Altar, Autodessys, Robert McNeel & Associates, John Wiley & Sons, Routladge, Faculty of Environmental Design University of Calgary, LID Laboratory for Integrative Design
Publications: Integration Through Computation, Project Catalog

Project Description: The ACADIA 2011 Annual Conference project catalog presents experimental projects that explore integrative trajectories and areas of overlap that have emerged through computation between design, its allied disciplines of engineering and construction, and other fields, such as computer science, material science, mathematics and biology. It highlights experimental projects in which methods, processes, and techniques are discovered, appropriated, adapted, and altered from elsewhere, and digitally pursued.