Associate Professor of Architecture Daniel Cardoso Llach participated in the symposium “Other Histories of the Digital” at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design this past week. He discussed aspects of digital labor in architecture based on his ongoing research on the history and contemporary practices of computer-aided design and building information modeling.
A new interactive installation by SoA faculty and students explores the role of the school in the history of computing at CMU. The installation is on display throughout the month of April at the Posner Center as part of a larger exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first computer at CMU.
Associate Professor of Architecture Daniel Cardoso Llach delivered a lecture entitled “Infrastructures of the Imagination” at Clemson University’s Department of Architecture drawing from his research on the history of CAD systems, and from recent work developed at the Computational Design Laboratory at Carnegie Mellon.
Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach will deliver an evening lecture and conduct a one-day “masterclass” at the Bauhaus Universität (University) in Weimar, Germany this week.
The MAAD (CMU-PUM) research video "Free-Oriented Additive Manufacturing" was accepted to the 2018 Association for Robotics in Architecture Conference (Rob|Arch) call for videos and presented at the conference at the ETH in Zurich this past week. This video depicts a novel additive manufacturing application of fused deposition modeling on varying spatial conditions, deposition direction, and geometry to adapt to complex infrastructure conditions.
The Code Lab, Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, and Metro 21 collaborate to use computation to understand how pedestrians use Market Square in order to inform future planning decisions.
This week Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach exhibits at the SIGGRAPH Art Gallery in Vancouver two interactive installations from the ‘Archaeology of CAD’ project, which examines the origins of Computer-Aided Design by reconstructing some of its pioneering technologies.
Digital art blog Creative Applications Network reviewed the exhibition Designing the Computational Image/Imagining Computational Design recently on view at CMU’S Miller Gallery and curated by SoA Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach.
SoA Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach will be a guest lecturer at MIT on Friday 17 November 2017. He will speak on the topic of "Designing the Computational Image / Imagining Computational Design" as part of the public lecture series of the School of Architecture and Planning.
SoA Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach will give a keynote address during the 6th Project Representation in Architecture conference in Universidad del Valle in Cali, Colombia 10 November 2017.
Daniel Cardoso Llach will offer a special guided tour of the exhibition "Designing the Computational Image, Imagining Computational Design" at the Miller Gallery on Tuesday 24 October at 11:00am. Organized in response to a request by HCI faculty and students, the visit is open to other members of the university.
Assistant Professor of Architecture Dr. Daniel Cardoso Llach has just been announced as the recipient of a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. The award will support the forthcoming exhibition Designing the Computational Image + Imagining Computational Design.
On Monday, 10 April 2017 the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture presented its annual Faculty & Student Awards during a ceremony held in the Kresge Theatre. Please join us in congratulating the winners on their tremendous accomplishments, and thank you to all of those who submitted entries in this year's competition.
SoA Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach will keynote at the CAx Dimensions of Computer-Aided Design in Architecture, Biology, Design and Medicine conference at Humboldt-University zu Berlin in Germany on 3 April 2017.
Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach travels to Bogotá, Colombia this week to provide the keynote address at the XI International Symposium of Architecture at the Universidad Piloto de Colombia. The XI International Symposium of Architecture, The Digital Reveal: Architecture in the Post-Digital Age, will explore uses of computation in architecture.