An organic shape, maybe a bit like a bracket fungus, is growing out of the cold brick wall. From below, the recycled lab material made of borosilicate glass is visible. Analytisk Syntes is an art installation in four piece by Axel Larsson, student at the AT-programme, in the foyer of the Chemistry Building at Chalmers University of Technology.
DIVISUAL is a research group formed by researchers at Chalmers, GU and SLU. It stands for Dialogue and Visualization for Urban Transformation.
Published: Mon 08 Jan 2018.
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Tomorrow (12/1, F) 13:00.
Participants applied, mathematical models with digital and physical tools to explore light weight alternatives for stadium roof constructions in a two-day joint workshop together with specialists in computational design from Buro Happold Engineering.
RobotMake:Lab is for Material Actuation and Kinetic Experiments. MAke:Lab is used by researchers and students from Architecture and Civil and Environmental Engineering. They conduct experiments on Fabrication, Rapid Prototyping, Robotics, and other complex processes for construction and building procedures.
In December 2017 the second year Architecture and Engineering students performed a concluding workshop in the course Digital tools – parametric design. Emil Adiels with the support of architects and engineers from BIG Architects, Copenhagen, CORE, Thornton Tomasetti, New York, and Buro Happold Engineering, London, planned and led the work.
Chalmers School of Architecture is hosting a lunch-time event concluding the Master's Thesis with speeches, 36 research projects, and pure networking. Here you meet Friederike who is presenting her work and give us a glimpse of what she has been working on!
Exhibition at Chalmers: where the master’s students from Chalmers exhibit full-scale prototypes of outdoor furniture and roof completely made of digitally fabricated timber.
Autonomy and artificial intelligence. Self-driving cars, robots, artificial intelligence and big data. The AHA festival at Chalmers gathers researchers, students and artists - and invites the public to investigate the borders between science and art.
Architecture at Chalmers has a 160-year history. It is thus the oldest of the four Swedish schools of architecture today.