FMA SYMPOSIA series (2011-2022)

Formal Methods in Architecture

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BIO.CODES

TUTORS

Paulo Carvalho (SELVAGEN)

OBJECTIVES

The main goal of the BIO.CODES workshop is for the participants to be able to apply biolearning along with parametric tools on their projects, while also following a thorough methodology in its development. The “Input” phase is focused on the analysis and morphological interpretation of the natural context. Then on the “Code” phase, they’ll be programming their digital concept for the final “Output”, which will be the presentation of their results.

PROGRAMME

BIO.CODES are the digital strategies that are able to translate the life that surrounds us into form. First, an introduction will be made to Parametric Design’s context, contemporary applications and methodologies.
Afterwards, through the gamification of cards to choose from, each group’s assignment will be defined based on a challenge question to answer, with their type of artifact, a biological source of inspiration, an algorithm and a digital fabrication method.

EXPECTED OUTCOMES

The final results will then gather all of the group’s BIO.CODES created within the workshop that translates their own inputs into a model ready to be prototyped at their local fabrication lab.

LOGISTICS

This proposal is for the online format of the workshop. It will be presented through Zoom, which will also be our channel of communication and Miro, an online collaboration tool. Prior to the beginning of our activities, we ask for the participants to install Rhino 7's trial version.

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