Recommended Stories

Stay in Touch With Us

Email
info@parametric-architecture.com

Address

Vali Konagi Street. No.12
Nisantasi, Istanbul, Turkey

Follow us on social

CDNEXT-5-1200-280-web
CDNEXT-5-1500-911-web

Steampunk Pavilion © Tõnu_Tunnel Computational Design: NEXT 4.0 was a two-day interactive conference on the 17th and

© Hassell Studio Humans have been exploring the Mars for quite a while now. With the

© PAACADEMY - Studio Mamou-Mani / Eco-Parametric Structures / Group 3 - Scott Duillet +

Based in Avila, the Spanish design studio Nagami is focused on combining innovation with computational

© PAACADEMY – Studio Mamou-Mani / Eco-Parametric Structures / Group 6 – Eliana Nigro & Marc-Antoine Chartier-Primeau Fungus Among Us is

The world's most extensive modified plastic 3D printed architecture, Nanjing Pavilion of Happy Valley Theme Park East Gate, designed by

Casa Covida, designed by Emerging Objects located in Colorado, is a hut for two people to cohabit in isolation during

The new age brings numerous possibilities to the concept of living in an abode. Dutch architects Houben & Van Mierlo

The Tunnel Web Pavilion brings together computational design and eco-expressionism using Yucatan’s local plant-based materials, henequen & bamboo.

Digital Ecology - Generative City by PAACADEMY will make participants think about the relationship between the architecture and its context,

© PAACADEMY - Studio Mamou-Mani / Eco-Parametric Structures / Eira Mooney & Alexandra Groszek The Kale Systems inspiration was taken from

Visually stirring horizontal elements layer up in enigmatic fashion, stacked and assembled to outline as a massive museum streaming through

Undurraga Devés Arquitectos wooden criss-cross framed structure for Chilean Pavilion - Expo Milano acted as a massive showcase mounted on

Tracing the traditional architecture of desert areas, CAAT Studio weaves a modular brick design based on the Iranian geometric patterns.

Interconnected and woven into the urban fabric rises a bridge inviting pedestrians to explore and experience the streaming river and

Soaring sky high, reaching an iconic 339 metres, and roused from mythological concepts, stand vertically dashing the Hengqin International Financial

Steampunk Pavilion © Tõnu_Tunnel Computational Design: NEXT 4.0 was a two-day interactive conference on the 17th and 18th April 2021 with global

© PAACADEMY - Studio Mamou-Mani / Eco-Parametric Structures / The Puffer Team 'NARTURE' is an Eco-Parametric Architectural structure created by 5

Computational Designer Jobs

Job Title: Senior Computational DesignerBrand:

Stories For You

The Dalí Museum by HOK in United States Named one of AOL

The MaoHaus by AntiStatics Architecture in Banqiao South Alley, Beijing, China MaoHaus is

PANEUM - Wunderkammer des Brotes Customer Information Centre and Event

Espriss Cafe by Hooba Design Group in Tehran, Iran Espriss Cafe

Video

Featured Videos

© PAACADEMY – Studio Mamou-Mani / Eco-Parametric Structures / Group

The world's most extensive modified plastic 3D printed architecture, Nanjing

Casa Covida, designed by Emerging Objects located in Colorado, is

The Tunnel Web Pavilion brings together computational design and eco-expressionism

© PAACADEMY - Studio Mamou-Mani / Eco-Parametric Structures / Eira

© PAACADEMY - Studio Mamou-Mani / Eco-Parametric Structures / The

In this episode of PA Talks, Erick Carcamo of Allblackform joined us from Los Angeles,

Arthur Mamou-Mani, a world-renowned London-based architect was a part of an intriguing session in the

The DesignMorphine Founders, Tsvetelina Georgieva, Pavlina Vardoulaki, and Michael Pryor joined us for a live

Turkish architect Alper Derinbogaz joined us for a live discussion for the PA Talks series.

The Mexican self-taught architect Eduardo Neira (Roth) was a part of the PA Talks series

In this episode of PA Talks, the American artist Daniel Arsham discussed his works in

In this episode of the PA Talks series, the prolific master tutors of the upcoming

Tune into an insightful discussion in the PA Talks series with Chad Oppenheim, Miami-based architect

Subscribe To Our Weekly Newsletter

Get notified about new articles

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.