Large Sub Pixel Array
FRAMING: The Undoing of the Terraced House
I envisaged the blog as a kind of ‘notice board’ allowing researchers to stay informed about relevant new materials but also as an elegant means by which to introduce an element of serendipity within the collections- highlighting interesting projects, new discoveries, photographs, writings etc.
– Edward Bottoms
by Intermediate Unit 10, 2014–15
AA Visiting School Jordan Director Kais Al-Rawi questions how the built environment can be shaped by natural phenomena where the programme is sited such as the Wadi Rum Desert last year and this year’s agenda in the Dead Sea, developing emergent architecture as these phenomena are analysed, simulated and reproduced digitally.
by Gleb Sheykin, AA 3rd Year
Intermediate Unit 7
An amazing morning with @AAlittlearchi designing future sustainable cities with Year 4 at Rathfern Primary School! http://t.co/AJizaXHdkL12:33 PM 20 May 15
We’re now interested in the properties of materials as well as the revolutions that are happening in synthetic biology and material science. There’s this huge technological development happening in materials, which fundamentally allow us to program them like we did computing and machines before.
– Skylar Tibbits, MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab
by Catarina Sampaio Cruz, AA 5th Year
Diploma Unit 9
by Hunter Doyle, Moad Musbahi & Sofia Pia Belenky
AA First Year Students