"Reimaging Fabrication" is a 2014 M.Arch thesis project by Nicholas Pajerski, Gabriel Fries-Briggs and Brendan Shea. Their thesis advisor was Axel Kilian.
"While the tools for making have rapidly changed, the translation of construction practices into drawing has remained relatively intact. Fabrication requires a new representational vocabulary in which translation is imaged in contact with the real.
Reimaging fabrication develops a synthetic representational environment. This reskilling is an interface between instrumental intuition and material contingencies.
Reimaging fabrication promotes an architecture of non-ideal form, through material computation and participatory instrumentation.
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