The successful “How to Build a House: Architecture in the Digital Age” exhibition has moved to New York and is on show at the Cooper Union between 12th September and 15th October, with an evening of events having taken place for the opening on Thursday 12th September. Benjamin Dillenburger, Mania Aghaei Meibodi, Jenny Sabin, and
On 12th March, the photo exhibition “How to Build a House: Architectural Research in the Digital Age” opened at swissnex San Francisco. The opening night was combined with a number of events, including a public conversation with Matthias Kohler & Benjamin Dillenburger. The exhibition, put together through a collaboration of NCCR Digital Fabrication, Gramazio Kohler
DFAB HOUSE has officially opened today (27.02.2019) on the NEST building of Empa and Eawag in Dübendorf. It is the world’s first inhabited “house” that was not only digitally planned, but also – with the help of robots and 3D printers – built largely digitally. The construction technologies were developed by ETH Zurich researchers in
NCCR Digital Fabrication
The National Centre of Competence in Research Digital Fabrication is the research initiative that is driving DFAB HOUSE. It is Switzerland's initiative to lead the development and integration of digital technologies within architecture.