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Introduction to Architecture in the Information Age

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This is the introductory lecture for the 'Architecture in the Information Age' module given in Newcastle University's School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape.

This is the introductory lecture for the 'Architecture in the Information Age' module given in Newcastle University's School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape.

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  • 1. Architecture in the Information Age Introduction Dr Martyn Dade-Robertson
  • 2. Motivation for doing this module.
  • 3. My Background
  • 4. What has architecture got to do with it?
  • 5. Funding Event of Future Research Spaces: (Funding £5M)
  • 6. Funding Event of Future Research Spaces: (Funding £5M) 30 Participants How many were architects?
  • 7. Funding Event of Future Research Spaces: (Funding £5M) 2
  • 8. EU Smart Cities: (Funding £15M) 300 Participants How many were architects?
  • 9. EU Smart Cities: (Funding £15M) 2
  • 10. What is Architecture Now?
  • 11. Mapping the domain
  • 12. Parametric Design CAD Fabrication Visualisation and Simulation AI in Design Information Architecture Interaction Design Augmented Reality Digital Cities Recombinant Architecture Computational Analysis Screen Architecture Digital Urbanism Cyberspace InfoVis
  • 13. Parametric Design CAD Fabrication Visualisation and Simulation AI in Design Information Architecture Interaction Design Augmented Reality Digital Cities Recombinant Architecture Computational Analysis Screen Architecture Digital Urbanism Cyberspace InfoVis Design Methods
  • 14. Parametric Design CAD Fabrication Visualisation and Simulation AI in Design Information Architecture Interaction Design Augmented Reality Digital Cities Recombinant Architecture Computational Analysis Screen Architecture Digital Urbanism Cyberspace InfoVis Digital Architecture
  • 15. Information Architecture Interaction Design Augmented Reality Digital Cities Recombinant Architecture Computational Analysis Digital Urbanism Cyberspace InfoVis Digital Architecture
  • 16. Information Architecture Interaction Design Augmented Reality Digital Cities Recombinant Architecture Computational Analysis Digital Urbanism Cyberspace InfoVis Computational systems applied to the form and experience of architecture. Architecture applied to the form and experience of computational systems.
  • 17. Information Architecture Interaction Design Augmented Reality Digital Cities Recombinant Architecture Computational Analysis Digital Urbanism Cyberspace Origins
  • 18. Information Architecture Interaction Design Augmented Reality Digital Cities Recombinant Architecture Computational Analysis Digital Urbanism Cyberspace Origins
  • 19. Origins Material Information
  • 20. Architectonic Systems
  • 21. Introductory Lecture Lecture 1 Origins Lecture 2 Origins Lecture 3 Loosing the Ballast of Materiality Lecture 4 Cyberspace Lecture 5 Augmented Space Lecture 6 Sentient Space Lecture 7 Programming Architecture Monday 30th January Monday 6th February Monday 13th February Monday 20th February Monday 27th February Monday 5th March Monday 12th March Monday 16th April
  • 22. Assesment
  • 23. • An individual 2500-word essay on the following topic: The industrial revolution caused huge changes to society and to architecture and, during this time number of new architectural typologies emerged including the railway station, the factory and new types of civic and institutional building. It could be argued that we are living through an equally transformative time in history – an information revolution. Despite significant changes to society in the western world we are only just beginning to see significant changes to architecture and wholly new building typologies have yet to emerge. The British library have recently faced the challenge that in order to acquire funding for and validate their plans for a new building they also have to reinvent themselves as a new type of institution. In this essay I want you to imagine a new building typology fit for the digital age in a post library world. You might take as inspiration Otlet’s imagining of the Mundeneum but feel free to speculate about the what this building typology this might be. ESSAY SUBMISSION: 12 noon Friday 25th May
  • 24. Blog
  • 25. Blog: www.archaid.org

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