Hamid Hassanzadeh
Email
h.hssz@yahoo.de
Biographical Info
Hamid Hassanzadeh is an Iranian architect, computational designer, researcher, and speaker. He studied his architecture education in Iran. With seven years of experience in this field, he worked on multiple projects in Iran, Turkey, Kuwait, and USA. He started investing on computational and parametric design in 2015 and he founded Parametric Architecture magazine in 2016 by starting from Instagram.
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Parametric Modulations Workshop by Material Driven / rat[LAB]Education Time: 15th – 17th January 2020 Country: United KingdomCity/Town: LondonLocation: Anglo Educational ServicesWebsite: www.materialdriven.com & www.rat-lab.org/gvslondon2020 Workshop Type: Computational Design WorkshopRegistration Deadline: 31st DecemberTopic: Parametric ModulationsOrganized By: Material Driven – rat[LAB]EDUCATION Agenda Parametric Design, in the history of architecture, has defined many rules for current designers and for future […]

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Adaptive Building Plans by Jesper Wallgren The Sweden based architect Jesper Wallgren has created algorithms by Finch3d to design adaptive building plans. Wallgren has a long history of teaching parametric design both in academia and industry. Finch is a tool for Architects to leverage their designs in the early phases of a project. Right now it’s […]

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Differentiated Geometry by ArchEvolution/ rat[LAB]Education Time: Sunday & Monday, 17th & 18th November, 2019Country: BelarusCity/Town: BrestWebsite: http://archevolution.by/ & www.rat-lab.org/gvsbelarus2019Workshop Type: Parametric Design WorkshopOrganized By: ArchEvolution – rat[LAB]EDUCATIONRegistration Fee: Total workshop fee € 165Registration Deadline: 14th November, 2019 Agenda Parametric Design, in the history of architecture, has defined many rules for current designers and for future practitioners […]

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Iridescence, Behnaz Farahi’s Interactive Collar, Uses Hundreds of Actuators and Vision-Activated Technology to Follow Your Gaze and React with Life-Like Behavior. Created by renowned designer and technologist Behnaz Farahi, the Iridescence is an interactive, 3D-printed, and emotive collar, uses hundreds of actuators and vision-activated technology to follow your gaze and react with life-like behavior. The […]

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ETH Zurich and Zaha Hadid Architects Unveiled KnitCandela, a 3D Knitted Concrete Pavilion Transportable via Suitcase ETH Zurich, working in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects Computation and Design Group (ZHCODE) and Architecture Extrapolated (R-Ex) have designed KnitCandela, a thin, sinuous concrete shell built on ultralightweight knitted formwork that was carried to Mexico from Switzerland in a […]

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Ora Ito’s Eye-Catching Parametric Sculpture, Like a Tornado in a Mindfully Serene Office Environment French designer Ora Ito has designed new offices for LVMH’s media division that is home to Le Parisien and Les Echos at 10 Grenelle in the 15th district of Paris. This bright unit spans 4 floors and is penetrated by a soaring, stunning staircase. “I wanted the staircase to be the […]

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Scate is After Form’s Wooden Chair Created by Parametric Design Tools Russian artist and designer Oleg Soroko of After Form created Scate Chair as one of his “Parametric Furniture” collection using parametric design tools and complex algorithms in the Rhino3D and Grasshopper3D software. Scate chair is the first object from Parametric furniture collection made by Oleg Soroko in 2014. The […]

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GKR’s First Large-Scale Architectural Installation to be Automatically Printed by Robotic Machines | 2015 GKR (Gramazio Kohler Research) is a research group founded by Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler. GKR examines the changes in architectural production requirements that result from introducing digital manufacturing techniques. They combine data and material and the resulting implications it has […]

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Antony Gibbon Unveils His Twisted Sculpture-like Concrete House Aligned Through the Landscape ‘Twine’ is a twisted sculpture-like concrete house designed by Mexican architect and designer Antony Gibbon.  The architect unveiled his project by sharing seven images on his Instagram account. The building’s new concrete structure is envisioned as a new residential typology that pushes the […]

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God’s Eye Team’s Winning Design for Sukkahville Pavilion 2013 Sukkahville is a design competition that is now being running for a couple of years to raise awareness on the issue of homeless people. The 2013 Sukkahville 2013 invited students, architects, designers artists, builders and design professionals to submit their design proposals for the third annual […]

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