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Kai Franz

Selected Works


   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
     
         


























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Selected Works by Title



46.46 kg Oxygen, 13.09 kg Carbon, 7.20 kg Hydrogen, 2.28 kg Nitrogen, 1.44 kg Calcium, 0.72 kg Phosphorus, 0.24 kg Potassium, 27 Hours, 43 Minutes, 16,486 Beats
1996-2009 Series
42 Minutes In 1 Minute ( Twice )

Abstract Print (21.3.2012)
Abstract Print (2.2.2012)
Abstract Print (4.2.2012)
Another History of One Organism ( 25 x 33 )
Creatures From Paradise
Column In Six Parts
Distortion Grid With Seven Colors
Double Grid With Five Colors
Double Grid With Six Colors
Double Imposition I
Double Imposition II
Four Shapes Four Colors
Fuzzy Plopp (Two Sided)
The Garden of Earthly Delight 1500-2011 I
The Garden of Earthly Delight 1500-2011 II
Grid Calibration A
Grid With Fifteen Colors
Guggenheim New York Series
Helmet 1
Helmet 2
History of One Organism ( 12 x 14 )
History of One Organism ( 25 x 33 )
History of One Organism ( 27 x 33 )
History of One Organism ( 20 x 26, 4 cells in focus )
Jason (No.1, 28.4.2012)
Jason (No.2, 26.4.2012)
Linear Shape I
Merida 1:500
Merida 1:1000
Merida 1:25000
Night Crank
Nonlinear Shapes I
Path Calibration A
Server-Rack
Small Stone
Splash Splash
Time Grid Calibration A
Two Verticalities

Untitled Color Plopp No.1
Untitled Color Plopp No.2
Untitled Plopps No. 1–80
Untitled Plopps (Collection)
Untitled (Copy Machine)
Untitled (Solitude Case)
Untitled (Sonic Cellular Automata)
Untitled Wall Plopp No.1



 2009


Contact

email

studio address

250 Esten Ave., Suite D06 B, Pawtucket, RI, USA

internet

http://www.kaifranz.de

http://www.vr.kaifranz.de
http://www.ca.kaifranz.de
http://www.aps.kaifranz.de
http://www.pixeltranslation.kaifranz.de

http://www.recent.kaifranz.de



 

 

Artist Statement

english

I view classifications through medium or discipline as old-fashioned, as death. Formally trained in the fields of fine arts and architecture, I experience the world neither as a coherent entity, nor as a conclusive construct. Within it, I practice as both an architect and an artist, opting more for actions that pollute, rather than a clear sky with predetermined identity. However, it is precisely the intention to advance the disciplinary discourse interior to both of these fields that drives my research and practice.

Systems and technology are integral to my practice — their symptoms are the focus of the examination. I build machines and processes to critically reflect on the way we construct our environment. The crux of my explorations blurs the dichotomies of artificial and natural, human and machine, organism and individual. In this framework, I view my work as a cultural discourse within, and on the edge of, the fields of architecture, design, sculpture, painting, computer science, and engineering.

As an architect:

My research investigates the use of design technologies and tools in contemporary architectural practice. Through my work I critically reflect on the way we, as architects, apply technology at the level of design, planning, construction, and implementation. The core goal of my research explores the transformative impact of technology (BIM, 3D modeling, rendering, sustainable/performance analysis, digital fabrication, and generative computation) on the discipline of architecture. It aims to (1) find a critical position on the current use of technology within our profession and (2) explore future possibilities of design technologies as a way to enhance our discipline, environment, and culture. The ideological drive of my research combines naive optimism with critical skepticism.

As an artist:

Working at the intersection of process and artifact, my work addresses elementary questions surrounding the methodologies of architecture and the ontology of art. Technology is crucial to my artistic practice; I use it as means to (1) explore the aesthetic potential of technological production (serial nature, algorithmic language, tool manifestations) and (2) to question the role of authorship and agency in the application and invention of technological machines, processes, and material systems. Combinations of chance, control, and entropy become constant explorations in my artistic practice.

The abstraction, sterility and hostility found in many of my artworks suggest, and simultaneously questions, the role of objectivity in the subject of my work, fine arts in general, and our science/technology driven contemporary society. By suggesting objectivity through the performance, materiality, and general conception of the pieces, my work connotes a feeling of purity or truth; yet the same is questioned through the absolute subjectivity initiated by the creation of the systems, their prescribed behaviors and more broadly the underlying authorship. This ambiguity is finally reinitiated by the use of the human and mechanical hand in the execution of production.


deutsch

Die Klassifikation durch das Medium oder durch die Disziplin an sich betrachte ich als veraltet, als Tod. Mit formeller Ausblindung in den Bereichen der Architecktur sowie bildenden Kuenste, betrachte ich die Welt die uns umgibt weder als schluessig noch kohärent, sondern empfinde sie als reine Collage. In ihr, suche ich nach Unvereinbarkeit, Gegensatz und dem Unreinen, um dem Klaren, dem Disziplinierten, der vorgeschriebenen Identitaet zu entkommem.

Meine Arbeiten beschreiben Untersuchungen abstrakter Autorität, Kontrolle und Disziplin. Systeme sind charakteristisch für meine Werke, deren Symptome befinden sich im Fokus meiner Betrachtung. Innerhalb dieses Rahmens suche ich den kulturellen Diskurs innerhalb und am Rande von Architektur, Malerei, Skulptur und den Computerwissenschaften. Die Crux des Experiments meiner Arbeiten verschmiert die binären Grenzen des Künstlichen und Natürlichen, von Mensch und Maschine sowie Organismus und Individuum.

Die Wechselwirkung von Prozess und Artefakt wird zum ständigen Thema in all meinen Werken, sie adressieren elementare Fragen zur menschlichen Ontologie, Ästhetik sowie zum Empirismus von Kunst und Architektur und der Definition des Objektes as sich. Viele meiner Werke sind von Abstraktion, Sterilität und Kühle geprägt. Sie hinterfragen und suggerieren die Rolle von Objektivität im Subjekt der Arbeit, der bildenden Künste im Allgemeinen, sowie unserer von Wissenschaft durchtrieben Gesellschaft. Durch ihre Performance, Materialität und Konzeption präsentieren die Arbeiten Objektivität und deuten so ein Gefühl von Reinheit und Wahrheit an. Dasselbe wird durch die absolute Subjektivität in der Kreation der Systeme, deren vorgeschriebenes Verhalten und der zugrundeliegenden Autorschaft im weiteren Sinne in Frage gestellt. Diese Zweideutigkeit wird letzen Endes durch die ausführende menschliche Hand und mechanische Geste unterstrichen.


















Biography

english

Born in Cologne, Germany in 1983, Kai Franz studied architecture at the RWTH Aachen, Germany (2004-2006) and at the ETH Zurich, Switzerland (2006-2008). Early during his studies he started to complement his architectural education with investigations in computer science, exploring its integration in the architectural design process.
After his studies in Zurich, Kai worked as a scientific researcher for ETH’s Chair for Information Architecture. In 2008 he joined the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam, The Netherlands where within the framework of AMO, he sought to find an OMA-specific computational design approach. Subsequently, Kai transferred to the New York office of OMA*AMO where he joined the architectural design team.
In 2009 Kai was nominated as a Fulbright Scholar. The fellowship gave him the chance to expand his critical thinking through the lens of fine art while enrolling in an MFA program at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2009/10.
After his studies in Rhode Island, Kai moved to Princeton, New Jersey, where he continued his art practice while also enrolling in the Master program in architecture at Princeton University. He was awarded the 2011 KPF Traveling Fellowship and graduated with honors for exceptional talent and ability in design (Underwood Prize), outstanding service and commitment to the school and professional merit (Alpha Roh Chi Medal) and general academic excellence (Herny Adams Medal) from Princeton in 2012. Currently Kai lives and works in Providence, RI.
Furthermore, Kai taught from 2007 - 2010 and the ETH Zurich, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, the Rhode Island School of Design and since 2010 at Princeton University. In 2013 he will be teaching at RISD.
Kai Franz exhibited his work in group and solo exhibitions including the "ELO - Electronic Literature Organization", 2010, "Digital Media Biannual" at RISD, 2010, "Pixilerations v.7" 2010 and the "Break It Down" show at RISD, 2011 and most recently at the VFBK Kunst-Raum in Cologne, Germany.


deutsch

Kai Franz wurde 1983 in Köln geboren. Er studierte Architektur an der RWTH Aachen (2004-2006) sowie der ETH Zürich (2006-2008). Während seines Architekturstudiums setzte sich Franz intensiv mit den Computerwissenschaften auseinander und erlernte eigenständig das Programmieren. Hier erforschte er nachdrücklich die Integration der Informatik in den architektonischen Entwurfsprozess.
Nach seinem Studienabschluss in Zürich, arbeitete Kai Franz als wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für Informationsarchitektur der ETH Zürich. 2008 arbeitete er für das Office for Metropolitan Architecture, wo er im Rahmen von AMO (OMA’s think-tank) das Potential eines OMA-spezifischen computergestützten Entwurfsansatz untersuchte. Hiernach wechselte Franz zum New Yorker Office des Büros und schloss sich dem Designteam von OMA*AMO an.
Seine Nominierung zum Fulbright-Stipendiaten ermöglichte ihm im Jahre 2009/10 das Studium der bildenden Künste an der Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, USA.
Nach seinem Studium in Rhode Island, zog Kai Franz in 2010 nach Princeton, New Jersey, um als Künstler seine Auseinandersetzung mit der Architektur sowie der bildenden Künste zu vertiefen. Neben der eigenständigen Atlierarbeit studierte er hier auch im Master-Studiengang Architektur an der Princeton University. 2011 erhielt er das KPF Traveling Fellowship. 2012 graduierte er mit Auszeichungen im Bereich Design (Underwood Prize), Engagement in der Architekturhochschule und besonderem professionellen Verdienst (Alpha Roh Chi Medal), sowie akademischer Excelenz (Herny Adams Medal) in Princeton. Momentan lebt und arbeitet Kai Franz in Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
Darüber hinaus dozierte Franz von 2007 bis 2010 an den Hochschulen ETH Zürich, McGill University, Montreal, Kanada, der Rhode Island School of Design und seit 2010 an der Princeton University im Bereich der bildenden Künste sowie der Architektur. 2013 wird er an der Rhode Island School of Design unterrichten.
Kai Franz stellte seine Arbeiten in verschiedenen Gruppen- und Einzelausstellungen aus, darunter die "ELO - Electronic Literature Organization", 2010, "Digital Media Biannual" an der Rhode Island School of Design, 2010, "Pixilerations v.7" 2010 und die "Break It Down" show, RISD, 2011, sowie vor Kurzem im Kölner Kunst-Raum des VFBK.



Biography

english


Born 1983 in Cologne/Germany.

Today Kai Franz lives and works as artist, architect and educator in Providence, Rhode Island, USA.

He received undergraduate degrees in architecture from RWTH Aachen (2006), and ETH Zurich (2008). Early on, Kai complemented his architectural education with investigations in computer science, exploring its integration in the architectural design process. After his studies in Zurich Kai worked as a scientific researcher for ETH’s Chair for Information Architecture.

In 2008 he joined the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam, where within the framework of AMO, he sought to find an OMA-specific computational approach to design. Consequently Kai transferred to the New York office of OMA*AMO.

2009 Kai was nominated as a Fulbright Scholar. The fellowship gave him the chance to expand his critical thinking through the lens of fine art while enrolling in an MFA program at the Rhode Island School of Design.

In 2011 he was awarded the KPF Traveling Fellowship and in 2012 he graduated with awards in design, outstanding professional merit, and academic excellence from Princeton University (M-Arch).

Since 2007 Kai has taught in both the fine arts and architecture at ETH Zurich, Princeton University, McGill University, and RISD. Today he is a full-time Professor for Spatial Dynamics in the division of Foundation Studies at the Rhode Island School of Design.

From December 2013 – July 2014 Kai will be a artist-in-residence at the Akademie Schloss Solitude.

Kai’s works haven been shown in exhibitions in the U.S. and in Germany. His most recent projects include: Plopper (Dual-Axis Precision Deposition System), 2012, exhibited at the RISD Museum during the Faculty Biennial (February/March 2013), as well as Pixilerations v.9 (October 2012), the Guggenheim New York Series (2012) and the publication of an extensive artist catalog in 2013.

 


deutsch


Geboren 1983 in Köln/Deutschland.

Kai Franz lebt und arbeitet als Künstler und Architekt in Providence, Rhode Island, USA.

Franz studierte Architektur an der RWTH Aachen (Vordiplom, 2006), sowie der ETH Zürich (BSc EHTZ, 2008). Während seines Architekturstudiums setzte sich Franz intensiv mit den Computerwissenschaften auseinander und erforschte nachdrücklich die Integration der Informatik in den architektonischen Entwurfsprozess. Nach seinem Studienabschluss in Zürich, forschte Kai Franz als wissenschaftlicher Assistent am Lehrstuhl für Informationsarchitektur der ETH Zürich. 

2008 arbeitete er für das Office for Metropolitan Architecture, wo er im Rahmen von AMO (OMA’s think-tank) das Potential eines OMA-spezifischen computergestützten Entwurfsansatz untersuchte. Anschliessend wechselte Franz zum New Yorker Büro und schloss sich dem Designteam von OMA*AMO an. 

2009 wurde Kai Franz zum Fulbright Scholar ernannt. Seine Nominierung zum Fulbright-Stipendiaten ermöglichte ihm im Jahre 2009/10 das Studium der Bildenden Künste an der Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, USA (MFA, ohne Graduierung). 

2011 erhielt Franz das KPF Traveling Fellowship. 2012 graduierte er mit Auszeichungen im Bereich Design, akademischer Exzellenz, und besonderem Engagement in der Architekturhochschule und professionellen Verdienst und von der Princeton University (M-Arch).

Seit 2007 unterrichtete Kai Franz im Bereich der bildenden Künste sowie der Architektur an den Hochschulen ETH Zürich, McGill University, Montreal, Kanada, der Rhode Island School of Design und an der Princeton University. Heute hält er eine Professur für Räumliche Dynamik im Department für Foundation Studies an der Rhode Island School of Design.

Von Dezember 2013 bis Juni 2014 wird Kai Franz Stipendiat und artist-in-residence an der Akademie Schloss Solitide sein.

Seine Arbeiten wurden in zahlreichen Ausstellungen in den Vereingiten Staaten von Amerika sowie in Deutschland gezeigt. Zu Franz jüngsten Projekten gehören: Plopper (Dual-Axis Precision Deposition System), 2012, ausgestellt im RISD Museum während der Faculty Biennial (Februar/März 2013) sowie Pixilerations v.9 (Oktober 2012), die Guggenheim New York Series (2012) und die Publikation eines umfassenden Werkkataloges im Jahr 2013.



Biography

english

When Kai was 6, he was given a C64. Instead of the ABC he was subjected to the ASDF_JKLMO. Carving a cave out of the earth with a tablespoon, he won a neighborhood kids competition at the age of 8, very much to the discomfort of the local police.

Though his corporeal and mental development was ranked normal, in grade 1 he was pulled out from being a first grader and relocated into academia’s earliest interstitial space called Vorschule, a contemporary liberal politics’ threshold in between Kindergarten and elementary school (he refused to follow the good reasoned, tedious orders of his teacher).

Kai’s Christmas tree at the age of 9 had his first 8MB ram personal computer (PC).

As a child of divorce (his parents didn’t want him to get stuck in the “in between” again (supposedly they felt somewhat guilty about the stumble in the child’s Vorschule-relocation)), Kai was not sent to Germany’s finest High-School track (Gymnasium), but rather encountered the countries’ medium-grime and leisure of that separation while keeping it real at the Realschule. After all Kai was fortunate enough to go through the B-track – Gymnasium and education for what they call “higher means” from grade 11-13. His grades for math oscillated between 1 & 5- (A+ & F), in German he never made the B- (2-), a potential hangover from the ASDF_JKLO (still today Kai is very much an early dyslexic of the web2.0).

 


deutsch (bio continued..)

During his civilian service Mrs. B., one of Kai’s elderly patients, really fell for Kai. The German government did too and funded several CAAD classes and figure drawing sessions under the umbrella of continuing education.

What was supposed to be redwine-studies (Vordiplom in architecture at RWTH Aachen 2006, then a Bachelor of Science in Architecture at Zurich’s ETH in 2006), turned out to be true brainwashing. The consequence was an architectural play with computer science for ambitious yet loose ends.
Ultimately the architecture of the ASDF appointed Kai as a researcher for Information Architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
Pretty much the same thing happened a year later at OMA where Kai played with Rem’s laptop, first in Rotterdam later in NYC. 

Kai then got a Fulbright to study architecture at Princeton University. Well, the folks there didn’t really accept him. Kai was first on the waitlist, but everyone accepted. Ohhops. What do you do with a Fulbright and no host institution? Kai went to RISD and studied ART in an MFA program (digital + media). Frankly, without the “+” Kai probably wouldn’t have gone to RISD. Although Kai truly enjoyed the program, Fulbright didn’t fund the 2nd year of the MFA, so the boy reapplied at Princeton and this time got in – M-Arch from Princeton with several awards and truly good friendships in 2012.

Since then Kai has taught at Princeton and RISD. Today he is a professor at RISD’s digital+media department and the division of foundation studies. But he still likes to dig out caves from the earth and climb up trees.

 



CV


Kai Franz, born 1983, Cologne, Germany
lives and works in Providence, RI, USA


Higher Education:

2010        Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, USA
2012        Master of Architecture (M-Arch), graduated with honors

2009        Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, USA
2010        Master in Fine Arts (MFA), Digital + Media, (1 year Fulbright Fellow)

2006        ETH Zurich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland
2008        Bachelor of Science in Architecture (BSc ETH)
                 
2004        RWTH Aachen, Aachen Excellence University, Aachen, Germany
2006        Vordiplom (cand. arch.) Major in Architecture

 

Awards, Honors and Fellowships:

2013        Akademie Schloss Solitude Residency Fellowship, Stuttgart, Germany
2012        Suzanne Kolarik Underwood Prize for exceptional talent in design throughout studies (Princeton University)
2012        Alpha Roh Chi Medal for leadership, service to the school, and outstanding professional merit (Princeton Univ.)
2012        Henry Adams Medal for general excellence in academic coursework (AIA / Princeton University)
2011        KPF Traveling Fellowship 2011 Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, New York, NY
2010-12  Tuition-Fellowship Princeton University
2010        Rhode Island School of Design Honorary recognition from the Dean of Graduate Studies
2009        Fulbright-Fellowship (Academic year 2009-2010)
2008        Leonardo-Scholarship of the European Union

 

Exhibitions:

2013        BIENNIAL FACULTY EXHIBITION   Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design Providence, RI, USA
2012        CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURE,   AIA   New York Exhibition of Princeton Masters Thesis New York, NY, USA
2012        PIXILERATIONS [V.09]    New Media Arts and Technology Exhibition Brown University Providence, RI, USA
2011        KUNSTVEREIN KÖLN    Das Atelier als Manifest - Der Kunstraum als Atelier Cologne, Germany (Solo exhibition)
2011        BREAK IT DOWN   Rhode Island School of Design Providence, RI, USA
2011        SCULPTURE EXHIBITION   Princeton University Princeton, NJ, USA
2010        AFTER HOURS   Princeton University Princeton, NJ, USA
2010        PIXILERATIONS [V.07]   New Media Arts Exhibition Providence, RI, USA
2009        ELO   Electronic Literature Organization Providence, RI, USA
2009        DIGITAL+MEDIA BIANNUAL   Sol Koffler Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design Providence, RI, USA

 

Residencies:

2013-15  Akademie Schloss Solitude,   Stuttgart, Germany, Atelier-Stipendium, 8-month artist-in-residence
2011        Kunstverein Köln-Porz, Artist-in-residence,     Cologne, Germany “Das Atelier als Manifest - Der Kunstraum als Atelier“, 3 month residency and solo exhibition

 

Academic and Research Appointments:

2013        Assistant Professor, Rhode Island School of Design, Division of Foundation Studies, Providence, RI, USA
                “Spatial Dynamics (3D)“ Undergraduate Core Studio

2013        Adjunct Professor, Rhode Island School of Design, Division of Foundation Studies, Providence, RI, USA
                “Design (2D)“ Undergraduate Core Studio

2013        Adjunct Professor, Rhode Island School of Design, Division of Foundation Studies, Providence, RI, USA
                “Spatial Dynamics (3D)“ Undergraduate Core Studio

2013        Adjunct Professor, Rhode Island School of Design, Digital+Media Department, Providence, RI, USA
                “Virtual Forms“ Graduate Studio / Seminar

2012        Part-time Faculty / Lecturer, Princeton University, School of Architecture, Princeton, NJ, USA
                “Brave New Now“ Graduate Design Studio co-taught with Liam Young (AA London)

2012        Teaching Assistant, Brown University, Visual Arts Department, Providence, RI, USA
                “Exploration in Video-Art“ Undergraduate Studio with Ed Osborn

2012        Teaching Assistant, Princeton University, School of Architecture, Princeton, NJ, USA
                “Introduction to Architectural Design“ Undergraduate Studio with Michael Meredith, Spring 2012

2011        Teaching Assistant, Princeton University, School of Architecture, Princeton, NJ, USA
2010        “Introduction to Architectural Thinking“ Theory Course with Stan Allen and Jeffery Kippnis, Fall 2011
                “Introduction to Architectural Design“ Undergraduate Studio with Lindy Roy, Spring 2011

2010        Instructor, Rhode Island School of Design, Digital+Media Department, Providence, RI, USA
                “Materialize Information“ Wintersession Course Graduate Studio / Seminar

2009        Part-time Faculty / Guest Lecturer, ETH Zurich, Chair for Information Architecture, Zurich, Switzerland
                “Generative Architecture and Urban Planning“ Summer School, Graduate Course
                “Information, Materialization & Complexity“ Graduate Studio / Design Seminar

2008        Workshop Leader, McGill University, School of Architecture, Montreal, Canada
                Two-Week Compact Workshop / Seminar on Generative Design (Design Studio: Cynthia Ottchen)

2008        Scientific Research Specialist, ETH Zurich, Chair for Information Architecture, Prof. G. Schmitt,               
2009        Switzerland,   Concept, strategy and programming of a design/visualization application for ETH‘s ValueLab

2006        Assistant Instructor, Lehrstuhl für Baukonstruktion III, RWTH Aachen, Prof. V. Nikolic, Aaachen, Germany

2012        Guest-Critic, For reviews at the following institutions (graduate and undergraduate level):
2011        Princeton University: Studios with: Gisela Baurmann (2012), Urtzi Grau (2012), Guy Nordenson (2011),
                        Lindy Roy (2011), Michael Meredith (2011)
                Rhode Island School of Design: Art+Design Collaboration, Brooks Hagan (2012), Digital+Media Dept. (2011)
                ETH Zurich: Prof. Schmidt, Chair for Information Architecture (2008/09)
                McGill University: Studio Visting Prof.: Cynthia Ottchen (2008)

 

Professional Experience:

2008        Junior Architect, OMA*AMO, Office For Metropolitan Architecture, New York, NY, USA
2009        Project: 23 EAST 22ND STREET, Manhattan, New York, USA (Project Phase: DD), and several competitions

2008        Researcher, OMA*AMO, Office For Metropolitan Architecture, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
                Core researcher for an OMA-specific approach to computational design

2004        Internship, Hochtief Construction AG, Cologne, Germany
                Project management (Execution Phase), Building Project: Weltstadthaus Peek & Cloppenburg, Cologne, Germany

2004        Internship, Schilling Architekten, Cologne, Germany
                Project: MAXhaus, Dusseldorf, Germany (Project Phase: CD)

 

Publications:

2013        Kai Franz: Selected Works, C.M. Stache Press, USA/Germany, Artist Catalog, 190 Pages, Editon of 200

2013        Digital Craft in Color and the Making by Carinna Parraman Black Dog Publisher London, UK

2008        Closing the Gap: Information Models in Contemporary Design Practice AD Architectural Design
                Issue 79, March/April 2009, ISBN: 9780470998205, Academy Editions, London, UK

2008        OMA*Metrics: An OMA-specifc Approach to Computational Design Internal Publication
                Office For Metropolitan Architecture Rem Koolhaas Rotterdam, The Netherlands

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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