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Explore Data Aided Design’s Interviews with Design Leaders in Architecture, Fashion, and Technology

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During the Covid-19 pandemic, the editorial team at Data Aided Design interviewed a series of design professionals, researchers, architects, and academics to further explore data’s ongoing relationship in these fields. Below we look back and highlight seven past interviews as we re-discover their work and contributions to the field. Connecting with researchers and design innovators within architecture and its adjacent fields helps create a stronger dialogue for understanding the role of data in design performance. Data Aided Design isn’t just a digital magazine but a platform where we can learn more about processes and the individuals behind such innovations.
(Top Row) Nataly Gattegno and Dr. Masoud Akbarzadeh (Bottom Row) Adam Heisserer and Annalisa Nicola

Expanding Traditional Building Evaluations with Mobile Mapping

In this interview Data Aided Design connected with researcher Adam Heisserer. Heisserer’s work specializes in computational design, technology, and data. Together we discussed how he developed his process for mobile mapping and how this technique will impact the way architects understand the effect of their designs. Read more here

Murmur Wall | Image © FUTUREFORMS

Designing for the Unpredictable: FUTUREFORMS and ‘Live Models’

In this interview Data Aided Design chats with Nataly Gattegno, co-founder of FUTUREFORMS. Along with her partner Jason Kelly Johnso, Gattegno discusses with Turpin their process for “designing for the unpredictable potential of the public experience through the use of data and ‘Live Models’.” Read more here. here

“Connecting with researchers and design innovators within architecture and its adjacent fields helps create a stronger dialogue for understanding the role of data in design performance. Data Aided Design isn’t just a digital magazine but a platform where we can learn more about processes and the individuals behind such innovations.” – Data Aided Design Editorial Team

Hedracrete | Image © Dr. Masoud Akbarzadeh

Finding Geometric Equilibrium through 3D Graphical Statics

Data Aided Design had the opportunity to chat with Dr. Masoud Akbarzadeh designer, researcher, Assistant Professor of Architecture in Structures and Advanced Technologies, and the Director of the Polyhedral Structures Laboratory (PSL). We spoke with Dr. Akbarzadeh on the development of this research and how 3d Graphic Statics changes the way high-performance structures are designed.” Read more here

Highly customizable digital creations 3D printed on demand at XYZ Bag

To learn more about the possibilities of digital modeling and 3D printing fabrication technologies Data Aided Design connected with Annalisa Nicola, CEO of XYZ Bag. We spoke with Nicola on how her company started and its focus on “high-value digital creations to empower uniqueness and authenticity through 3d printing technology.” Read more here

Lightswarm | Image © FUTUREFORMS
Saltatur | Image © Dr. Masoud Akbarzadeh
Resulting Mesh of Confluence Park | Image © Adam Heisserer
“Sartorial & unique Tech 3D Bag”. Image © XYZ Bag
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