Digital Fabrication is radically changing the way we design, build and live (in) our cities. Since digital designs can be created, shared and materialized at the touch of a button, the ancient art of building is rapidly opening up to vastly more people and organizations than ever before.
Together with the advancement of cheap but powerful 3D printers, laser cutters, and repurposed industrial robots, architects and architecture are bound to change – but how? In Design/Fabrication Lab, sponsored by the Fund Creative Industries NL, an international collective consisting of architects, industry, social design agencies and governments have been working on some of the answers.
On October 27th, we’ll explore of the future of architecture. We invited pioneers in the field of digital fabrication, to join this event and share their ideas and knowledge with us.
Speakers are among others: Jelle Feringa (Hyperbody team/TU Delft), Matthijs Bouw (One Architecture), Anne Filson and Gary Rohrbacher (Filson and Rohrbacher) and Tosja Backer (DUS Architects).
19:30 Doors open
20:00 Introduction by Frank Kresin (Waag)
20:05 Matthijs Bouw (One Architecture)
20:25 Anne Filson & Gary Rohrbacher (Filson and Rohrbacher)
20:45 Jelle Feringa (Hyperbody/TU Delft)
21:05 Tosja Backer (DUS Architects)
21:25 Panel discussion & audience questions
21:45 Drinks & bites
22:30 Doors close
The session takes place in the Waag, Nieuwmarkt 4, in Amsterdam, from 20:00 hrs till 22:00 hrs. Please register below. Entrance is free.
Partners in the project are One Architecture and Filson and Rohrbacher.