Tuesday, 7 July 2015

July 7, 2015: Lecture "Moody Objects" by Matias del Campo, University of Michigan

On July 7th, 2015, it was our pleasure to have Matias del Campo, Associate Professor of Architecture at the Taubman College School of Architecture, University of Michigan, to present his lecture entitled "Moody Objects."

Chilean born and Austrian native, Matias del Campo graduated with distinction from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, Austria. In 2003 he co-founded SPAN Architects in Vienna, together with Sandra Manninger. The globally acting practice is best known for their sophisticated application of contemporary technologies in architectural production. Their award winning architectural designs are informed by Baroque geometries, romantic atmospheres, and biological systems. Matias del Campo´s obsessive explorations of contemporary moods are fueled by the opulent repertoire of materialization in nature in combination with cutting edge technologies, as well as form as a driving force in design at large. Apart of his role as head of design at SPAN Architects Matias del Campo serves as Associate Professor of Architecture at Taubman College School of Architecture, University of Michigan

July 7th, 2015: Toyoda-Ichikawa Final Review

On June 7 2015, T_ADS conducted a joint final view for the undergraduate studio with two sections, each taught by Keisuke Toyoda of NOIZ ARCHITECTS and Sota Ichikawa of doubleNegatives Architecture.

Monday, 6 July 2015

July 7, 2015: Upcoming Lecture "Moody Objects" by Matias del Campo, University of Michigan

On July 7th, 2015, we are very fortunate to have Matias del Campo of University of Michigan join us for a lecture event.  
It will be held in the ADS Studio, in room 415 of Engineering Building #1 on Hongo Campus from 17:00-19:00 on July 7th.
The event is open to the public, so please feel free to join.

Matias del Campo explores in his lecture "Moody Objects" the lineages of ontographic qualities in recent computational design techniques. It brokers between the quality of permutations of objects as design trajectory, and the nonphysical entities that constitute primary realities between sensual (moody) and real objects.