Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:20    |    
    Introduction
  • 00:51    |    
    Implications of technology in architecture
  • 02:21    |    
    Philosophical and cognitive shifts
  • 03:51    |    
    Industrialization
  • 05:43    |    
    Technophobia versus technophilia
  • 07:21    |    
    Correlation between form and hardware
  • 08:20    |    
    New relationship between architecture and technology
  • 09:12    |    
    Design practices
  • 09:41.5    |    
    Caveat
  • 10:00    |    
    Materials research
    • Dance floor
    • Ferry terminals
    • Water fronts
  • 13:15    |    
    Decay and dust
  • 13:49    |    
    Inefficient redundancy
  • 14:47    |    
    Renovation project
    • Infrastructure wall
    • Details
  • 18:17    |    
    Seattle Public Library
  • 19:48    |    
    Modernist efficient technologies
  • 21:19    |    
    Technological composites of surfaces
  • 24:08    |    
    Complex technologies
  • 26:31    |    
    Inefficient technologies
  • 28:24    |    
    Conclusions
  • 28:58    |    
    Final credits


New Technologies, New Architectures

New Media  | 23 de julio de 2004  | Vistas: 1418

During the past century there was a large increase in technological innovations that were able to change how society works as a whole. In this conference, Ashley Schafer describes the transformation that our world has gone through due to the technological development. She also emphasizes the influence that such evolution has had on architecture. Schafer explains the exploitation of new methods made by savvy architects as a result of digital technology and the complex relationship between digital machinery and culture, which is manifested through architecture.




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Ashley Schafer is Associate Professor of Architecture with Tenure in the…