A Cloud recycling Light at eCAADe2017

Liss C. Werner presents a presentation at ShoCK! – Sharing Computational Knowledge!, 35th eCAADe Conference, Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy, 21st September 2017 A CLOUD RECYCLING LIGHT ABSTRACT The paper focuses on the question “How does our built environment, urban culture and architectural production change through humans feeding back into digital systems of pre-fabrication and systems fostering industry 4.0?” It discusses some risks and possibilities of digitisation and the city in an era of sustainability, networked design methods, production processes and digital communication tools in the midst of The Internet of Things. Glimpses into the case studies ‘a cloud recycling light’, ‘dynamic field feedback’ and ‘urban rigid origami switch’ discuss the impact of material behaviour, human and machine feedback into digital systems – their behaviour, their ways of communication, the possibility of optimising future design iterations and their form. All of which may result in new architectural and urban typologies, driven by increasingly agile ways of weaving together complex systems.

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