Undrawable - Computational Architecture, Benjamin Dillenburger

Samedi 21 mai 2011 - 09H30
à l’École Spéciale
Conférence


Dans le cadre du séminaire de 4ème année In Silico Design, initié par Paul Ehret et Philipp Eversmann, l’École Spéciale d’Architecture reçoit Benjamin Dillenburger, architecte du collectif Kaisersrot, ETH Zurich (CH).

« Benjamin Dillenburger is a research assistant at the Chair for Computer Aided Architectural Design, CAAD, at ETH Zurich since 2006. Since 2007, he is director of the ETH Spinoff-Company Kaisersrot. The aim of Kaisersrot is to apply the interdisciplinary research of architecture, urban design and information technology in practice. The focus of his research is the use of computers in early stages of design, as well as the development of architectural databases. He studied architecture at the Technical University Kaiserslautern, Germany, obtaining his master’s degree in 2004. After collaborations with several architectural offices, he completed his Master of Advanced Studies in CAAD with the thesis "Artificial Evolution in Architectural Design" in 2006. »

En savoir plus :
benjamin-dillenburger.com
insilicodesign.wordpress.com

Infos pratiques :
Amphi Cinéma, École Spéciale d’Architecture
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