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Design to Robotic Production

A programme by the D2RP studio from the Hyperbody Robotic Building of TU Delft at V2_, with a workshop, presentations and exhibition.

2
 
Jul 2015
 - 
4
 
Jul 2015
 
17:00 to 19:00
location: V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media Eendrachtsstraat 10, 3012 XL, Rotterdam

The flexibility and programmability of robots potentially leads to new ways of design thinking and novel methods of making. To imagine and influence the future of the building industry it is crucial to establish immediate links between computational design, aesthetics, virtual interfaces and the highly customized modes of operation and production of architecture.

In this context, the Design to Robotic Production (D2RP) 2015 spring studio of Hyperbody at TU Delft explores and develops novel possibilities of implementation and integration of robotics in architectural design.

D2RP has designed and tested a series of purposeful, performative and informed design-to-production processes through workshops and hard work to eventually realize a one-to-one building prototype.

The work of D2RP will be presented and exhibited at V2_ on from 1 till 4 July. Free entrance!

Opening times and program
2 July
17:00–21:00

Exhibition open to the public with robot demonstration
19:00–20:00
Lectures by Henriette Bier and Sina Mostafavi.

3 July
17:00–21:00
(Kunstavond)
Exhibition open to the public with robot demonstration
17:00–18:00
Presentation by the Hyperbody students
18:00–19:00
Kas Oosterhuis: Continuous Variation

4 July
13:00–19:00
Exhibition open to the public with presentations & demonstration
15:00–16:30
Presentations by the Hyperbody students and the RB Team.

Coordinators: Henriette Bier, Sina Mostafavi 
Studio Tutors: Henriette Bier, Sina Mostafavi, Ana Maria Anton, Serban Bodea, Matteo Baldassari
Studio Assistants: Marco Galli, Effimia Giannopoulou

MSc2 2015 Students: Apurva Singh, Assaf Barnea, Ralph Cloot, Blanka Omari, Jingxiang Liu, Nan Yang, Rui Jian, Siqi Fan, Sjoerd Poelman, Xihe Tian, Zhan Wang, Liwen Zhang, Zhonglong Ren

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