A conference on the autonomy of architecture, code, fabrication, material, morphology, robots, mechanic desire, and a computational theory initialized and chaired by the School of Architecture’s George N. Pauly Jr. Fellow, Liss C. Werner from February 7-9 2013.
The architect is no longer an organizer of matter and space, but a designer of systems with multi-layered components and complex relationships. [En]Coding Architecture 2013 brings together rising superstars, experienced researchers and designers to present experimental work derived through computational thinking and digital making. [En]Coding Architecture 2013 positions the field of architecture as an alloy of programming, digital tooling, art and science. The conference synthesizes new trajectories for the profession in a cybernetic context of tectonics, cultural philosophy, architectural theory and geopolitics. Undeniably, there is a global desire to re-discuss architecture now. Come and join the discussions for the evolution of architecture…
[En]Coding Architecture 2013 will take place at Carnegie Mellon University, School of Architecture, 5000 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15213 on February 7/8 2013 with a warm up on the 7th. The conference features lectures and workshops. Speakers include Eric Goldemberg, Sean Ahlquist, Neil Leach, Sanford Kwinter, Lars Lerup, Daniel Shiffman, Warren Neidich, Golan Levin, Matthew Fineout and more.
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