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26 / 04 / 2022

Read the story published by Architizer: How COOP HIMMELB(L)AU Evolves Their Design Process With Technology 

The interior of MOCAPE museum in Shenzen, China. A silvery shining and softly deformed​“Cloud” serves as a central orientation and access point.


Duccio Malagamba

Written by Nidhi Upadhyaya
Having achieved extraordinary results with parametric design, the Austrian firm is now dipping its toes into the realm of AI.

The firm’s co-founder, CEO and design principal, Wolf Prix, said, Architecture should be flexible and movable, like clouds. Space should react to the activities of people and not the people.”
Going beyond space, he compared architecture to an iceberg. The visible part of the iceberg is the tangible structure that you can see. But the part that is below the surface of the water is just as important and has a large impact on the visible architecture. And it is important for architects and critics of architecture to understand the whole story instead of just seeing what is visible to the naked eye.
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Link: How COOP HIMMELB(L)AU Evolves Their Design Process With Technology — Architizer Journal