Inspirational night for interior architects and designers on digital applications
Computational design is one of the elements that is impacting the future of interior design and the whole construction industry.
Thanks to this technology and its applications, we can imagine a more sustainable future for architecture through the optimization of resources. We can also challenge materials and explore shapes in projects that until now were impossible to build.
In the past, pioneer architects such as Frei Otto, Antonio Gaudi, Oscar Niemeyer or Sergio Mumesci created amazing physical models for their projects by experimenting with bubbles for example, to build structures never done before them. Today the use of Computational Design allows us to do what they were doing, at a different level: computer use reduces the necessary research and study time to such a short time that they would have been impressed.
Discover how interior designers, architects, parametric designers, and the digital industry work together to push the boundaries of what is possible in terms of design, through different interior design elements designed by Marc Martinez and digitally fabricated by Conceptexpo.