Advanced construction technologies, such as large-scale 3D printers with industrial robotic arms, are used to create complex forms. The Moss Column experiment merges natural life with man-made structures, blending harmoniously with natural elements.
Filigree Robotics demonstrates how breakthroughs in 3D motion capture technology, digital scanning technology, and 3D printing in clay generate new interfaces and processes between people, places, and materials.
Today, robotic applications are being used in the realms of architecture, construction, and research presenting a lot of opportunities for us.
Weaving Tectonics is a structural performance-based lightweight carbon fiber weaving pavilion by Nic Bao and Dan Luo.
Maison Fibre is a novel idea, exhibited and explored to envision an alternative to the methods of design and construction. What is the future of
An urban intervention essentially ushers a function and an aesthetic appeal in representing the drama it’s about to unfold. The Wander Wood Pavilion is a
Experiments give clarity and enthusiasm to configure futuristic ideas. SOM (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill) envisaged a pavilion with a curving concrete roof balanced atop two
The complexity of 3D printing is progressively weaving ground-breaking layers every day. Future Tree envisioned by Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich incorporating cutting edge technology
The internet era has brought the whole world together in a digital bubble to meet, greet, work, share, and grow. The digital age has brought
ETH Zurich University students and professors designed a Shingled Timber Pavilion with the help of robots as a research project.