FIRST SEMESTER: FINAL CRIT: WELL DONE!

as evi put it ‘we are 25% through our Masters!”

please put up any photos you have of work that inspired you! it was very valuable looking at everyones body of work up on the wall and to see the direction of everyones project!

free breakfast: great work: cool company: keep working hard!

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Research Practices: Anne Romme – 1600 23rd April

Anne Romme (Afd. 2) will be presenting her research in a presentation called Building Systems. Based on non-figurative, 3-dimensional geometric principles, this research aims at constructing architecture as systems, conditions or situations rather than as objects.

Research Practices is a new informal forum to encourage lively discourse framed around presentations by researchers operating within, and at the fringes of, the architectural project. Presentations start promptly at 1600 each Friday in the EK studio.
All (and beers) are welcome – please spread the word.

NB This week the presentation is taking place at Danneskiold Samsøes Allé 28, the low building next to CF Møller’s Architecture Office.

Research Practices: Peter Bertram – 1600 Friday 16th April

Peter Bertram (Institute 4 / Afd.6) will be presenting his research. His presentation is titled:
The possible anarchism of the motif –
A discussion of the relation between the aesthetics of the media and the ethical dimension of architecture.

Research Practices is a new informal forum to encourage lively discourse framed around presentations by researchers operating within, and at the fringes of, the architectural project. Presentations start promptly at 1600 each Friday in the EK studio. 
All (and beers) are welcome – please spread the word.

Research Practices: Phil Ayres – 1500 Thursday 8th April

Phil (Afd.2 – EK & CITA) will be presenting his research which identifies and examines particular potentials arising from the adoption of digital technologies into the practice of architecture. This research reconsiders the relationship between architectural representation and architectural artefact, and proposes a design paradigm called the Persistent Model.  

Research Practices is a new informal forum to encourage lively discourse framed around presentations by researchers operating within, and at the fringes of, the architectural project. Future presentations will start promptly at 1600 each Friday in the EK studio – this is an exception. All (and beers) are welcome – please spread the word.

Research Practices: Aurélie Mossé – 1600 Friday 26th March


Aurélie Mossé from CITA will be presenting her research which examines notions of Energy Harvesting and the application of Self-Actuating Textiles with the domestic environment. Her work exploits, to stunning effect, the inherent material dynamics resulting from synthesised composites. Further details can be download from the texts page of the blog – (or you can try clicking here).

Research Practices is a new informal forum to encourage lively discourse framed around presentations by researchers operating within, and at the fringes of, the architectural project. Presentations start promptly at 1600 each Friday in the EK studio. 
All (and beers) are welcome – please spread the word.

Research presentations

In support of the current brief with its focus on personally directed research, we are hoping to establish weekly informal presentations by researchers operating within and at the fringes of the architectural project. 
To inaugurate what we hope will become a lively, discursive forum, Phil will be presenting his current research interests which revolve around what he calls Persistent Modelling.

Next week we have Aurélie Mossé from CITA – more details to follow.

All are welcome – please spread the word.