Check out the Final Presentations of the Global Summer school 2014 “The Next City” in Barcelona. The presentations were done with video mapping, and prototypes of the proposals were also displayed in function for the jury and public present.
Global Summer school 2014 // The Next City
FINAL PRESENTATIONS // BARCELONA
Tuesday, 22nd of July 2014 // 16h00 – 18h00, IaaC Auditorium
Day 10 of the Global summer School in Barcelona marked the start of the Synthesis phase, then continued through day 11.
The idea is not to create scaled models representing concepts, but rather take forward certain parts of the team projects to prototype as proofs of concepts. Documentation of this work is being done through two products: 1) a dynamic scale model showing the generative strategy as distributed in Torre Baró and 2) a 1:1 ‘detail’ prototype showing the working energy apparatus to be distributed in the site.
For the development of this phase we have been joined by audio visual experts Ignacio de Juan Creix and Carlo Santi from TL3.
Day 9 of the Global Summer School in Barcelona started with a Digital Design Tools tutorial run by IAAC Global School Coordinator and Computational Expert Luis Fraguada.
The groups then had the opportunity to work on their project proposals and initial prototypes, which were then later presented in the Mid-Presentation of the GSS.
Say hello to the newest member of our robot family at IAAC, meet the new ABB robot in Valldaura Labs!
The Global Sumer School day 8 in Barcelona continued with IAAC Physical Computing expert Guillem Camprodon, developing a practical approach for designing, testing and pro typing energy generation systems.
In the evening, some of the IAAC Alumni presented the works they developed during the Masters in Advanced Architecture.
Don’t miss out on the “Smart Flexibility : Advanced Materials and Technologies”, An international overview of I+D projects about flexible and active materials, at Disseny Hub Barcelona organised by Materfad, and including Breath 0.7 and Bimetals, 2 projects developed in the Digital Matter – Intelligent Constructions Research Line of the Master in Advanced Architecture!