log in scroll down or click menu options for free access
MULTIMEDIA • ARCHITECTURE • INTERACTION
in the age of virtuality we strongly believe in materiality
the materiality of things that brings alive the poetry of the world; the materiality of collecting data, investigating, testing and communicating ideas; the materiality of equipment and machinery that allows us to conceive-fabricate-assemble artifacts and to take care of our environment; the materiality as a physic-based behavior of the ecosphere, where human bodies experience passions, pains, needs, dreams and death.
MAILAB is a site of knowledge exchange and professional cooperation between The University of Florence and the private sector with a specific focus on the cross-hybridization of architecture, design, art and cultural entertainment with new media and digital technologies. Mailab provides opportunities for experimental research, creative projects and advanced business services.
Its mission includes support for undergraduate and post-graduate education, professional training offering opportunities for internships, researches and new solutions of potential interest to the market.
Its experise is on parametric computation, Building Information Modeling, Building energy modeling, digital fabrication, environmental responsive building, generative design and multimedia
HIGH | BOMBASTC: ADAPTIVE SKIN CONCEPTUAL PROTOTYPE
Key words: Double Skin Facade, Active Facade, Passive Facade, Double Envelope, Double Skin Curtain Wall, Supply Air Window, Ventilated Facade, Multiple-Skin Facade, Robotic facade.
paper available at:
International workshop «Parametric computation and digital prototyping for environmental responsive envelopes»
@ SUMMER SCHOOL | School of Architecture | University of Florence.
MAILAB – Multimedia Architecture Interaction
+ Conference: Computational Design and Automated Technologies Beyond Architecture
@ Progetti per l’Arte Contemporanea | Le Murate | Comune di Firenze
Workshop promoted by Mailab.biz inside the Celebration for the 80° Year School of Architecture of Florence (Sep.5th-16th)