In the fashion industry, thanks to the use of 3D body scan it is possible to create 3D printed customised garments and new adaptable textile.
Machine learning and data-driven modeling offer a radically different way of looking at the world than traditional domain-focused and theory-based approaches. These algorithms are now
New technologies such as 3D printing are becoming an integral part of the fashion industry’s design and manufacturing process. Data Aided Design connected with Vojd
Considering the importance of data and how it can be communicated, designers explore different ways of visualising data through simple, effective, and aesthetically appealing outputs.
Design technologist Adam Heisserer develops mobile mapping to “map the unseen qualities of space.”
Since 1982 Kreysler & Associates has been leading the way in the use of composite materials in construction. Born out of the high-performance boat industry,
Moritz Dörstelmann is Managing Partner of FibR, a specialist company for computational design and robotic fabrication of bespoke filament structures and guest researcher at the
Dr. Masoud Akbarzadeh’s research into Three Dimensional Graphic Statics radically changes the design of elegant and efficient structural forms.
Josef Musil is an Associate Partner at Foster + Partners in London, where he is part of the research and parametric design-oriented Specialist Modelling Group.
When mathematical expressions are combined with artisanal craftsmanship, interesting artworks can be created. This is the case for the work of Frank Murri.
Embracing Design Constraints, the Future of Fashion, and AI with Architectural Technologist Laure Michelon
The potential for data driven design may seem endless. However, breakthroughs within industries such as architecture, fashion, and artificial intelligence is what propels data use and exploration. To further explore how data is being used within a multidisciplinary setting we connected with Los Angeles-based architectural technologist and designer Laure Michelon.
An experienced engineer turned architectural technologist, Michelon has merged her passions for design, architecture, and fashion, into a career of exploratory work. Although data brings an endless amount of possibilities, she never fails to mention the constraints one can face and how experimentation can help disrupt them.
Ranging from the AEC Industry to the automotive industry, Ingrid Cloud plays a critical role in proposing an easy-to-use, fully automated flow simulation service.
Andy Lomas is a computational artist, mathematician, and Emmy award-winning supervisor of computer-generated effects. His artwork explores how complex sculptural forms can be created emergently
FUTUREFORMS deploy ‘Live Models’ to create interactive urban installations across the country.