Architecture Computational Technologies
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DIGITAL FUTURES WORKSHOP: Tom Verebes, Marcella Del Signore, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Christian Pongratz
Artificial Intelligence | Online Workshop | English | Asia-Pacific
Coordinated by Tom Verebes with Marcella Del Signore, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and Christian Pongratz
Workshop pilot course for the MS ACT Program taught by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa with Tom Verebes
NYIT School of Architecture and Design (SoAD) has been invited to participate in the 17th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale from May 22 to November 21, 2021. The exhibition is curated by Hashim Sarkis, Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and conceived around the relevant question “How will we live together?”.
Our faculty and student works—along with contributions from other researchers, architects and designers—are featured in the Italian Pavilion – Resilient Communities at the Tese delle Vergini in the Arsenale, sponsored and promoted by the Italian Ministry of Culture, General Direction for Contemporary Creativity, and curated by Alessandro Melis, the school’s new IDC Foundation Endowed Chair. The school’s faculty are also exhibiting at the Korean Pavilion – Future School, curated by Hae-Won Shin and commissioned by the Arts Council Korea.
MAY 28, 2021
12:30 – 1:30 P.M. (ET) / 6:30 – 7:30 P.M. (CET)
About Informed Interscalar Fluidity
A collection of works by NYIT School of Architecture and Design thesis students.
Part of the “Time Space Existence” exhibition presented by the European Cultural Centre running from May 22 – November 21 at Palazzo Bembo, Venice, IT. It is an official collateral event of the 17th International Architecture Biennale 2021.
The exhibition is curated by Associate Professor, Marcella Del Signore with Visiting Assistant Professor, Sergio Elizondo. The site-specific installation is curated by Associate Professor Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa. Informed Interscalar Fluidity expands computational thinking across disciplines and scales.
The possibilities for a critical computation
DESIGNING ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, COMPUTATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, HEALTH AND DESIGN
Professor of EECS at MIT, and member of Computer Science and AI Laboratory
Professor ICD, Institute for Computational Design and Construction, Cluster of Excellence IntCDC, University of Stuttgart
Professor of Experimental Architecture, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University
CEO of Lexset
Designing Architectural Research
Conceived by Dean Maria Perbellini
Curated by Professors Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and Tom Verebes
MARCH 3 2021 6pm “Designing Architectural Research” is a symposium and virtual exhibition celebrating the launch of two new Master Programs at New York Institute of Technology’s School of Architecture and Design.
The symposium on March 3 will feature presentations by research leaders on AI and Robotics. Registration: https://www.nyit.edu/architecture/archevents
Lecture: “Mediated Data” by John Doria, Adjunct Professor, NYIT
Lecture: “New Public Place | The Story of Two Islands”, Donghwan Moon,
Partner at MMK+ / Adjunct Faculty at NYIT
Equity and the Social Contract
Lecture: The Role of a Black Architect , Jack Travis, RA, Principal,
Jack Travis Architect
Lecture: Marginalisation and Inclusion, Linda Mvusi, Architect and
“Designing Architectural Research” is an Exhibition to celebrate the launch of two new Master of Science programs in the School of Architecture and Design at the New York Institute of Technology. Conceived by Dean Maria Perbellini and supported by a Grant from the IDC Foundation, the Master of Science in Architecture, Health and Design, and the Master of Science in Architecture, Computational Technologies have the ambition to immerse students in a transformative learning environment that advances new knowledge and innovation while blurring disciplinary boundaries and working across fields and expertise.
The Exhibition, co-curated by Tom Verebes and Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, is organized in two sections classified respectively as Computational Technologies and Health & Design. The motivation of this exhibition is to mobilize the design research agendas of the two M.S. programs through the experimental work of 24 invited contributors, 12 for each section, engaged with specialized interests at the forefront of architectural and design practices. A variety of design research approaches involves analytical and synthetic modes of investigation, in open, exploratory milieus. As such, this group exhibition gathers thinkers and makers who are reconsidering conventions at the frontiers of their disciplinary practices.