1. Condé Nast Editorial Development Group (EDG) Animation

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    Animation as part of the identity created for the Condé Nast Editorial Development Group.

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    • ֖ppethus Alléskolan

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      Öppethus 6/10 2012

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      • CITA PHD Defense Norbert Palz - Digitally designed Materials and their Architectural Implications

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        Norbert Palz, professor in Digital and Experimental Design at Universität der Künste in Berlin defends his PhD-thesis entitled: “Emerging Architectural Potentials of Tunable Materiality through Additive Fabrication Technologies”. Friday 21 September 2012 - At The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation The conceptual approach between construction typology and the use of material that persists in architectural history is about to change. Architectural designs in the future may no longer be based on the best fitting structural solution for a given material with more or less known properties, but by a reverse process that tailors an appropriate material with graded, unique characteristics to a chosen form and performance. This shift is made possible by the technologies of additive fabrication (also named rapid prototyping, 3D printing or stereolithography). The field of additive fabrication has proliferated in the recent years due to improved mechanical properties, greater material diversity and more economical on- and offline printing solutions. Norbert Palz contributes to the contemporary research in additive fabrication, by focusing in his thesis on the digital calibration of the material itself with regard to its structural performance and how the composition can be controlled. The computational solutions, which are developed by the author, show how it is possible to control and calibrate irregular digital geometries across multiple manufacturing scales and hereby tune the mechanical and performative qualities of a physical material that is manufactured from that information. Norbert Palz shows that interdisciplinary connections between different technologies are crucial for the invention of tunable materials. Accordingly he points to potential fields of such interconnections that can grant a promising perspective for complex multifunctional composites in different scales and in which additive fabrication can play an important role. The defense takes place Friday 21 September at 1 pm -4 pm in Auditorium 5, KADK, Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 51, 1435 Copenhagen K – it is open to the public. The thesis has been executed at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Center for IT and Architecture (CITA) under the supervision of Professor Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen, CITA and professor Mark Burry SIAL, RMIT Melbourne, Australia. For further information, please contact: Norbert Palz: E: n.palz@udk-berlin.de, T: +49 178 584 2688 Press Officer Susan Gregers Jensen: E: susangregers.jensen@kadk.dk, T: +45 4170 1564 An electronic copy of the thesis can be acquired by contacting Inge Henningsen at the Research Administration: E: inge.henningsen@kadk.dk

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        • Fort Worth Museum of Science & History

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          This is a project I did for a Digital Design Studio class at Oklahoma State, promoting the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History by presenting several scientific facts through animation in Adobe AfterEffects.

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          • Motion Design 4: Title Sequence by Dominik Grejc - Limbo

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            This is a mid-year project was done by Digital Design student Dominik Grejc in term 4. Motion design 4 provides students with the opportunity to create a title sequence. Student will also gain an understanding of pitching, approval, production and post-production processes, as well as conceptual and narrative techniques. VFS Digital Design is a one-year, industry taught and led program that focuses on Communication, Interactive, and Motion Design. To find out more, visit http://vfs.edu/programs/digital-design

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            • KPF: An Approach to Digital Design Research, Development & Applications - 9.11.12

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              Kohn Pedersen Fox’s design philosophy is firmly rooted in the belief that success is the result of collaboration and ongoing dialogue. Within KPF, the implementation of this approach emphasizes an open exchange of ideas both within the firm and, more importantly, between the full range of people and disciplines that contribute to the development of a project. This lecture introduces various case studies of KPF projects, with a particular focus on the use of parametric, data-driven design processes formulated through utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM), computational analysis, and studies applied from design conception through execution. The projects maximize the full breadth of knowledge and experience of KPF’s international staff and offices, where BIM-centric designs are collaboratively and simultaneously developed, in real-time, as a single team approach. KPF’s BIM models not only establish a database of a given design’s information but perform and contribute to a lively and responsive design process. Environmental analysis and data, combined with social and cultural contexts, strive to improve the efficiency and performance goals sought in the design. This strategy is reinforced by incorporating technologies which help to maximize occupant comfort while lowering long-term operating and maintenance costs, reduce non-renewable energy consumption, and minimize construction waste and environmental impact. Seamless workflows have been developed to translate design geometries into multiple software platforms, exchanged seamlessly via BIM from conception to design development, construction, fabrication and operation. In this presentation, a KPF team that has developed various aspects of the firm’s research and digital design initiatives shall present the application and utilization of their efforts throughout the body of the firm’s work. Organized by the AIANY Technology Committee This event has been made possible and kept free by the generous support of ABC-Imaging. For speaker bios: http://cfa.aiany.org/index.php?section=calendar&evtid=4892

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              • Para-species

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                Digital design exploration by using Grasshopper

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                • Rare Breed Digital

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                  • LIQUID SPACES

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                    This movie presents recent works of the class ‘In Silico Design’ at Ecole Spéciale d'Architecture in Paris. The video will be shown in Video Panorama that will take place from 27th to 30th September 2012 in the Forum -1 of the Pompidou Center in Paris, as part of the Advances in Architectural Geometry 2012 Conference [aag12.architecturalgeometry.at/]

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