New Paradigms: Referencing the present | May 27th
May 27th 2020
7:00 PM CEST
Domus Academy is announcing the lecture New Paradigms: Referencing the present part of the cycle Disrupting Patterns, an inserted on the Milano Digital Week program. The guest will be Arturo Tedeschi, famous Italian architect and computational designer. With more than ten years of experience in the avant-garde segment of architecture and industrial design, Tedeschi works as a consultant for leading companies, providing services and training related to algorithmic modelling, complex geometry, digital fabrication and data driven design. He is the author of Parametric Architecture and AAD Algorithms Aided Design, the worldwide reference books on algorithmic modelling. He taught and was an invited speaker in many important universities and he has collaborated with major architecture and design firms, including Zaha Hadid Architects and Ross Lovegrove Studio.
Following the example of Le Corbusier, Tedeschi looks for demonstrations of a new way of defining spaces and objects outside the discipline. In occasion of this lecture, he will speak about understanding and facing the advances, opportunities and challenges that come from the liquid world of information technology. Apps, digital services, smart objects can be vital examples of a new approach to design based on data.
The lecture will be held online at 7:00 PM (CEST) on Wednesday 27th of May. Event by registration.
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