New Media Culture in Architecture & Design by Jonathan Grinham
Friday, November 2, 2012 at 7:30 PM
Washington, United States
Fab Lab DC's 2012 Fall Speaker Series
New Media Culture in Architecture and Design
by Jonathan Grinham
Friday evening, November 2nd:
Friday: 7:30PM - 9PM Light refreshments.
Join us for a presentation + Q & A by Jonathan Grinham, who will discuss the role of "appliance architectures" in shaping the social and environmental fabric of space. His talk will explore how the new media culture has become an integral part of the design process of architects and designers, sparking a re-emergence of computationally embedded, responsive environments.
Jonathan Grinham is a Visiting Lecturer in the College of Architecture and Urban Planning at Catholic University of America. He is also a project designer at StudioTwentySevenArchitecture in Washington, DC. Jonathan received a Bachelor of Architecture and Masters of Science in Design from the College of Architecture and Urban Studies at Virginia Tech. His research focuses on the areas of architectural robotics, computational design and digital fabrication. Current research projects focus on the implications of interconnecting, virtual and physical environments with building envelope systems through emerging building materials.
Jonathan will also be leading a hands-on, two-day, Arduino Weekend workshop @ Fab Lab DC starting Saturday, November 3rd @ 10AM and continuing on Sunday, November 4th. Click here for more information and/or to register for the weekend workshop.
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