architectural education in the post-digital age
This issue of SAJ gathers a group of researchers and educators working in schools and institutes across Europe, connected by the common interest in exploring the changes in the field of architectural design arising at the intersection of the three prominent lines of research, being: material based studies, computational design and digital fabrication.
The title of the publication pays tribute to the title of a seminal book “Architecture of Digital Age: Design and Manufacturing” edited by Branko Kolarević and published exactly a decade ago. This was an early and comprehensive record of the paradigm shift in architecture based on the introduction of digital tools for designing and making. If we accept that full integration of the “digital” processes has been completed by now, the concluding aim of the publication is to provide an overview of implications and innovations within architectural research and education. At the present time which can then bear the label of “post-digital”, we can once again begin to examine notions of materiality, design and construction.
EN ROUTE TO PERFORMANCE-ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE
The Research Centre for Architecture and Tectonics: Integrating Architectural Education with Research by Design along a Practice-oriented Perspective
Michael U. Hensel, Søren S. Sørensen
CONSTRUCTING ADAPTIVE ECOLOGIES: TOWARDS A BEHAVIOURAL MODEL FOR ARCHITECTURE
DIGITAL GROTESQUE – TOWARDS A MICRO-TECTONIC ARCHITECTURE
Michael Hansmeyer, Benjamin Dillenburger
CITA | WORKING FOR AND WITH MATERIAL PERFORMANCE
4OF7, ELASTIC DIARY OF THE RESEARCH BY DESIGN
Djordje Stojanović, Milutin Cerović