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Flight Assembled Architecture
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Weingut Gantenbein

Flight Assembled Architecture Revisited, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, 2021-2022
Inhabiting the Virtual
Flight Assembled Architecture, a six-hundred-meter-high pedestrian ideal city for 30’000 inhabitants, has been conceived by Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler as an interdisciplinary project with Raffaello D’Andrea in 2012. Its meta-structure would be erected, continuously reconfigured, and finally dismantled by autonomous flying drones. For the "Motion. Autos. Art. Architecture." exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao by the Norman Foster Foundation, Gramazio Kohler Research at ETH Zurich has updated the former project by populating the vertical city with autonomous virtual humans in collaboration with Prof. Dr. Siyu Tang, Computer Vision and Learning Group at ETH Zurich. In a juxtaposition between the real and the virtual, the audience of the exhibition witnesses virtual life within the city. Life unfolds in real-time thanks to computer-generated avatars. Each one of them has unique artificial intelligence and walks within the generated architectural environment with its own distinctive movements. Visitors can observe from distance or from a first-person perspective life inside a fully rendered utopia in juxtaposition with the original 6m high 1:100 scale city model.

MOTION. Autos, Art. Architecture. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao.
Flight Assembled Architecture, 2012
Computer Vision and Learning Group, ETH Zurich

Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zürich

In Zusammenarbeit mit: Computer Vision and Learning Group, ETH Zurich
Mitarbeiter: Sarah Schneider (project lead), Romana Rust, Maximilian Rietschel, Alessandra Gabaglio, Gonzalo Casas, Michael Lyrenmann
Sponsoren: Lenovo, Austria
NVIDIA, Germany

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