MID-CD Alumni Amanda Jardim and Maximilian Müh present their joint master thesis Synthetic&Tangible Agents: a decision support system for urban design, this Thursday 26.11 at the Detmold Conference Weeks 2020. The presentation was recorded in the LivingLab Essigfabrik in Cologne and will be available to watch on demand tomorrow from 17:15. More information on the […]
A new sculpture can be seen in the Detmold campus. „Space Mesh“ was last semester’s task for the S8 – Digital Fabrication module. The then second semester MID-CD students built the alucobond sculpture in FabLab with the CNC milling machine. To check the project, click here.
Registrations are open. Before the semester starts this is an invitation to all who want to join the eCAADe Conference 2020. It will be held online in September with the theme „Anthropologic – Architecture and Fabrication in the cognitive age“. This event is outside the MIAD / MID curriculum Go to the conference Web page […]
Inspired by the eVolo competition, this semester’s P5.P8 – Integrated Computational + Facade Design module, supervised by Professors Daniel Arztmann and Hans Sachs, invited the students to imagine what is a skyscraper in the 21st century. The Super Tower could be planned for any major city in Germany, without restrictions of program or size. The […]
The issue #12 of the 52GRAD magazine was released digitally this week and presents three different projects from MID-CD students. On page 50, alumni and team member Alvaro Balderrama’s guitar, built in FabLab, is showcased on the article Digitally handmade Instruments. The Agent Based Design article from page 68 brings a project from Tejashree Polu, […]
The FabLab Detmold will reopen with a reduced operation starting from June 12. The service at this time will be available only for thesis students (Bachelor and Master) and for selected courses. The university is still closed for students, therefore the service will be remote: FabLab tutors will be in the lab two days a […]
Our MID team member, Benjamin Kemper, will hold together with Sina Mostafavi (TU Delft) one of the Computational Design workshops from DigitalFUTURES. The digital event will take place from 27 June to 03 July 2020 and applications open on 06 June. Read the manifesto of the event below: We face an uncertain future. Not only […]
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