Data Driven Design (DDD) is a goal-oriented design approach that specifically addresses performance-related criteria, such as energy use, operating cost, occupant comfort, daylighting, FSI, views, and HVAC size, among others.
In this presentation Riyaz Tayyibji describes the evolution of a practice that has varied interests from building design, documentation (excuses to draw!), architectural research, restoration, publication, theoretical speculation, exhibition curation, some sort of advocacy and more recently policy formulation.
This talk focuses on the exploration and re-adaptation of terracotta, from a vernacular or traditional material to an alternate material for construction, and will take one on a journey of passive cooling constructions techniques.
An architect’s ability to be able to notate a design leads a way to construct it. Negotiating with the natural patterns of living and harmonizing the design to replicate the complexities of life is what led to the algorithmic thinking in design. The talk takes us through MOFA Studios design process.
This talk is about understanding the broad guidelines of forces that dictate the form and purpose of tensile structure detailing.
The talk is a proof of concept that Art, Architecture and Culture are driven by technology of their contemporaries and a new perspective towards Math that is the backbone of all technological paradigms.
In this talk , he will focus on the trajectory of his practice and working methods as well as his evolving stance as a structural Engineer involved in the complex and multi-layered task of a building.
The talk focuses on use of parametric tools and physical modeling as the primary ways to evolve design. The focus on process and the integration of the design process with parametric tools is core to andblack’s design philosophy.
In this talk, Prof Gurdev Singh will discuss how Structure in Architecture is a process rather than a product. He believes that for learning, it is important to take a step beyond what you already know, followed by intense exploration.
The intent of RAW Architecture is to preserve a long history of craftsmanship while innovating in a current practice context. RAW Architecture is active in designing architecture that is focused on locality and craftsmanship.
Hiten Chavda has graduated with a Bachelor in Architecture from CEPT University, Ahmedabad. After 5 years of practice in India, his interests in Sustainability led him to do Masters in Energy Efficient and Sustainable Building from Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK.
The talk is a conversation between the team Biome and what makes it a Biome. The team will also chat about how Biome engaged itself during the lean days of the pandemic with its book and archive project.
The interview tries to inquire into the role of technology and tools in designing buildings which own up their responsibility towards the environment. Snehal Shah intends to share his views on this through 4 projects his practice has designed.
In this Interview, Vinu is going to talk about fired bricks and its impact on architecture. He is concerend about the new age fired bricks and its role in construction today. His practice, Wallmakers explores the use of such bricks in their design extensively.