Our good friend Jorge Ayala who has expanded his entrepreneurial ambition outside the architectural world into the fashion realm ,in this occasion broadcasting a range of eight silk digitally-generated scarves.
The workshop explores the manifold relations of creativity and control in computational design.
Spine is an interactive installation based on twenty glowing cubes and an atmospheric sound composition. Each cube is moved in fluid motions by two computer-controlled motors.
Digital Natives are everyday items that are 3D scanned using a digital camera, subjected to algorithms that distort and finally 3D printed in colour resin/sandstone.
The SZU pavilion is the result of a semester long module collaborated between HKPDA and Shenzhen University. Bending gracefully in the atrium space of SZU.
The DUO Kit is a low cost 3D motion sensor that anyone can build.
“Eye, Robot” focuses on the intersection of computation, robotic fabrication, and cinematography.