The Robotic Revolution in Architecture and Design
Hosting a panel this Saturday at Sydney University, presented by the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning as part of the Fabricating Futures Exhibition for Sydney Design Week 2015.
Here are the details:
The panel discussion will explore the challenges and developments surrounding robotic integration into architecture, art and design, focusing on the advances in real time sensor feedback, and social and human-robotic interaction.
The Robotic Revolution in Architecture and Design begins the discourse surrounding robotic fabrication and creative robotics in preparation for the RoblArch2016 conference themed 'Trajectories' hosted by the University of Sydney in March 2016.
Moderated by Fenella Kernebone, the forum will feature leading robotics experts from architecture, design, fabrication and creative robotics.
Marjo Niemelä, Manager DMaF Lab in the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning at the University of Sydney and Rob|Arch 2016 Conference Workshop Chair
Professor Jon McCormack, Director of sensiLab at Monash University, and electronic media artist and computer science researcher
Dr Dagmar Reinhardt, Program Director of the BAE and Studio Leader of the Master of Digital Architecture Research at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, the University of Sydney, and ROB|ARCH2016 conference Co-Chair
Dr M Hank Hauessler, Senior Lecturer and Discipline Director of Computational Design (CoDe) at UNSW
SATURDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 2015 4pm - 7pm Architecture Lecture Theatre 1, Level 2, Wilkinson Building, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, The University of Sydney, 148 City Rd, Darlington.
Arrive at 4pm for drinks and nibbles. The discussion starts at 4.30pm and will be followed by drinks served by Botbar, our cocktail making robot, in the Design Modelling and Fabrication Lab (DMaF Lab) Level 1, Wilkinson Building.