All posts tagged Design Technology
We made a visit to SF for the 2013 KA Connect conference and managed to stop by Kreysler & Associates, and PATH while we were there.
This post highlights our evolving efforts to use Processing for viewing images and performance metrics of a large number of iterations generated in Grasshopper.
We learned today that we won three awards in the 2013 A+ Architizer Awards; a Jury Award for Modeling, and the Popular Choice Awards for Modeling and Fabrication.
If you’ve ever been in LMN’s office then you know we like to build big models so we can really get our heads in there. These larger models (1/2″ = 1′-0″ or bigger) allow us to explore the finer details of a design while still using the tools that we have available in our office. As we learned with our 3D printer, sometimes the acquisition of new tools opens up possibilities that we wouldn’t have considered otherwise or at least makes the exploration process more feasible. I’ve heard this described as sometimes the tool shapes you while other times you shape the tool. With this in mind we set out back in March to build a CNC router.
LMNts’ most recent blog post for Metropolis Magazine’s POV blog has been published. Sam Miller, a partner at LMN, shares his thoughts on Advancing a Data-Driven Approach to Design. Be sure to also checkout …
LMNts’ fourth blog post is up on Metropolis Magazine’s POV blog where Adrian MacDonald of our Marketing department shares his thoughts on Architectural Storytelling vs. Public Relations. The three previous posts include Cabinet …
LMNts’ third blog post and image are up on Metropolis Magazine’s POV blog where Scott Crawford shares his thoughts on a design technology Cabinet of Curiosities. Be sure to also checkout Confessions of a …
Guest blogging at Metropolis Magazine, Dan organizes his Field Notes. (Meanwhile, the Design Desk Liberation Front launches another photographic assault). For an pseudo-retro-iconoclastic-interlude to all this computational fetishism, go read the Confessions of a Design Technology Evangelical.
George Shaw – managing partner at LMN – on Re-Upping on Design Technology: a bit of history on the ideas and projects that led to LMNts. In Metropolis Magazine’s POV section.