• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
  • Computer science and architecture
  • 03:34    |    
    The digital model´s legacy
    • From analog to digital design
    • Quote, n , Mario Carpo (2011)
    • Communication with images and physical interpretations
    • The classical orders as the first parametric of algorithmic models
    • Quote from Antoine-Chrysostome Quatremére de Quincy
    • Model working as a diagram
    • Morphological process
    • Natural computation
    • Link between type and instance
    • Scientific models to simulate form
    • Differences on digital models
    • Feedback
  • 15:25    |    
    Value propsitions
    • Mathematical theory of communication and feedback loops
    • Images as diagrams
    • Automation and numerical feedback
    • Digital model as an evolving dialogue
    • Digital seduction and undesirable results
    • Nature of design problems
  • 24:54    |    
    Projects from Switzerland
    • City Core Grammar
    • Rhizome Vernacular
    • Contaminated mastery
  • 32:53    |    
    Question and answer period
    • How do you see curriculum changes to be aware of design problems?
    • How could we do the shift to make students understand technology in another way?
    • Can you talk about your design process?
  • 45:01    |    
    Final credits

Designing Feedback: Data-driven Form & Performance

New Media  | 25 de agosto de 2014  | Vistas: 31

Nathaniel Zuelzke exposes the emerging transition of traditional models to digital form. He also remarks how this the way images and diagrams can create communication during the models' performance. Zuelzke describes the mathematical theory of communication in which he clarifies the way feedback works on digital performances. He recognises how digital seduction can lead to some problems where the objectivity of the project gets lost in the way. To conclude, Nathaniel presents some of the most outstanding projects from his studio in Switzerland and then shares his preoccupation for the contamination that the misused of new technology is causing in the world.


Nathaniel Zuelzke is a designer interested in the innovation of architectural…