Séminaire / Conférence
  • Frédéric Migayrou (modérateur)
  • John Frazer (conférencier)
  • Adrien Ravon (conférencier)
  • Andrew Witt (conférencier)

Beginning in the 80s, continuing the pioneering work of the engineers Pierre Bézier and William Fetter for industry, the apparition of programs like Form Z and Catia were the basis for the understanding of digital morphologies initiated by architects such as Cédric Price, John Frazer, Peter Eisenman, Frank Gehry, and Greg Lynn. New processes of digital design creating original and revolutionary structures where multi-agent algorithms code geometry and topology via complex and variable functions.

Coder le monde 2

From the same archive