martes, 12 de octubre de 2010

Architecture Biennial Beijing 2010

The theme, ’Machinic Processes’, refers not only to new digital fabrication processes, such as CNC milling and 3-D printing, but also to the innovative use of new parametric and algorithmic design techniques. Since 2004 the adoption of these techniques in China has been rapid. The design of buildings such as the Birds Nest stadium would not have been feasible without the use of new parametric modeling techniques and Building Information Modeling software. Meanwhile, although the construction industry in China has relied heavily on manual labor in the past, digital fabrication technologies are beginning to play an increasingly important role in the construction of buildings throughout China, and are set to play an even more significant role in the future. (Source)
Curators: Neil Leach / Xu Weiguo
West Coast (curator: Elena Manferdini)
UK (curator: Alisa Andrasek)
China (curator: Xu Feng)
East Coast (curator: David Ruy)
Australia (curator: Roland Snooks)
Europe (curator: Marta Malé-Alemany)
Asia (curator: Lisa Iwamoto)
Latin America (curator: Matias del Campo)
International (curator: Francois Roche)
Machinic Processes
Architecture Biennial Beijing 2010

Exhibition: Oct. 15 - Oct. 20, 2010
Opening Ceremony: 19:00, Oct. 15, 2010
Location: 798 Space, Beijing
Conference: Oct. 16 , 2010, Beijing DongHuangKaili Hotel(NO.16 Guangshun Nan Avenue, Chaoyang District, Beijing)
Curators: Neil Leach / Xu Weiguo

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