RAD-P: Responsive Analogue and Digital Prototyping Tutors: Flora Salim Jane Burry Daniel Davis
Students: Ge Teng Intje Siswandi Sean Seah Shuying Zhou
Information is ubiquitous. There is an unprecedented volume of information in our physical and socially networked world that can be used to inform our design problems and the way we design. What happens if we get our digital models to respond to our physical environment? What are the possibilities for design if we are able to get our analogue models to converse with our digital models? How do we design an architectural model that responds to, interacts with, and adapts to the ambient environment, physical stimuli, or online social networks?
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Title: RAD-P: Responsive Analogue and Digital Prototyping Tutor: Flora Silam, Jane Burry, Daniel Davis Students: Ge Teng, Intje Siswandi, Sean Seah, Shuying Zhou Pole: Advanced Architecture Date: Semester 2, 2010 This and other documented examples of elective subjects run as part of the RMIT University Architecture program can be found on issuu.com
RMIT Architecture Design Elective, semester 2, 2010. Tutors: Flora Salim, Jane Burry, Daniel Davis. Students: Ge Teng, Intje Siswandi, Sean...