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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Hi everyone

This summer the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA) will be hosting a 10-day workshop in Aarhus, Denmark. The programme, which is a part of the AA's Visiting School Programme focuses on the role of digital fabrication in design by exploring patterns in complex geometries as a response to lighting conditions. It is scheduled to take place between August 21-30, 2015.

Students will be working in groups and will fabricate their design proposal at a 1:1 scale. Our tutors are from all over the world, and are :
Anders Deleuran from CITA, who has worked closely with Daniel Piker on several occasions.
David Reeves, CO|DE Zaha Hadid Architects.
Suryansh Chandra, co founder of Automata Robotics.
Jens Pedersen, parametrics applied reseach team at AKT II.
 
Ali Farzaneh, Architectural Association - Ali is currently finishing his PHD on computational urbanism at the AA.
We are about to publish our guest speakers, but we can tell you they are from Foster + Partners, the AA and Snöhetta. The students will work closely with tutors and lecturers to learn novel computational methodologies and will have an be presenting their work to guest speakers during their visit for further feedback during the design process.
 
For more information please visit out website or facebooke page - we are about to publish the name of speakers, so stay tuned.

https://www.facebook.com/aavsaarhus
aarhus.aaschool.ac.uk

Please do not hesitate to email us if you have any questions @ aarhus.aaschool.ac.uk
Visiting School Directors
 
Jens Pedersen
Ali Farzaneh

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Comment by Jude_Morton on December 27, 2019 at 8:09am

I really want to attend at least one seminar from the School of the Architectural Association of Architecture. Although for the first time I found out about this only thanks to the Freshessays with which I began to collaborate after a review from EssayServiceScanner and thanks to which I constantly improve my work. But it’s great that at least the reports are in the public domain

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