1 August 2018 @ 3:00 pm

High Resolution Fabric of Architecture

For the first time in history, design and architecture can start to approach the extreme resolutions found in nature. In this forum Alisa Andrasek will talk about her recent research projects – high resolution structures designed with algorithms and built by robots.

She will talk about how we can now design and construct across many orders of scale, from material science to large scale design ecologies, from micro to macro – and how this research informed her latest work, Cloud Pergola (Croatian National Pavilion, Venice Biennale).

This forum will took place on 1 August.

A livestream of Alisa's talk will be available here at 3pm


Designer and innovator, Alisa Andrasek is working on the convergence of design, computer science and exponential technologies. She is bringing AI and robotics to the forefront of architectural design and construction. The founder of Biothing, an award winning design laboratory; a partner of Bloom Games; and co-founder of AI Build, Andrasek is Professor of Design Innovation at RMIT, prior to which she directed an award winning program in advanced architectural design at UCL in London and Wonderlab research. Her work has been exhibited at the Centre Pompidou Paris, New Museum NY, Storefront NY, FRAC Collection Orleans, TB-A21 Vienna, Beijing and Sydney Biennial, among others.