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Vortrag
13.05.2017
The Robotic Touch - How Robots Change Architecture
International Symposium: Mass Customization and Design Democratization. Penn State Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Philadelphia, USA. Vortragende: Fabio Gramazio.

Podiumsdiskussion
09.05.2017
Architektur und Visionen
Architektur Dialoge - Plattform für Baukultur. Druckereihalle Ackermannshof, St. Johanns-Vorstadt 19/21, Basel. Vortragende: Fabio Gramazio.

Vortrag
27.04.2017
Digital Fabrication - The Future of Architecture and Manufacturing
NEO Keynote. NEO Network. ETH Zentrum, HG D 1.2. Vortragende: Russell Loveridge und Hannes Mayer.

Vortrag
10.04.2017
Architecture of Bespoke Robotic Timber Prefabrication
Speculations, Rules, Experiments. Practices and Concepts in Construction. Transdisciplinary Research Colloquium. Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich. Werner Oechslin Library Foundation, Luegeten 11, Einsiedeln. Vortragende: Arash Adel.

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01.04.2017-16.07.2017
Gramazio Kohler
Museum of Digital Art, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, 8005 Zürich.

Ausstellung
15.03.2017-19.06.2017
Mutations-Créations / Imprimer le monde
Centre Pompidou, Paris.
«Imprimer le monde» will be an exploration of 3D experiments at their cutting edge, in the fields of art, design and architecture, but also medicine, robotics and industry. The hanging will focus on the works of 40 key artists, designers, architects, and scientists of today.

Jobs
08.03.2017
Praktikant (100%)
Für unser laufendes Forschungsprojekt Mesh Mould suchen wir per sofort oder nach Vereinbarung einen Praktikant / eine Praktikantin (100%).

Ausstellung
11.02.2017-14.05.2017
Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine
Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany.
In the exhibition «Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine», the Vitra Design Museum will thoroughly examine the current robotics boom for the first time. The exhibition will present a variety of exhibits, including examples of robots from homes, industry or medicine, but also media installations, computer games and examples from film and literature. It will demonstrate how robotics is changing our lives today – and how design is changing robotics. At the same time, it broadens our view of the ethical and political issues associated with robotics today. The show features more than 150 exhibits including works by Bruce Sterling, Douglas Coupland, Joris Laarman, Carlo Ratti, Dunne & Raby, and Philip Beesley.
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Gramazio Kohler Research
Professur für Architektur und Digitale Fabrikation
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