Structural Oscillations by Gramazio & Kohler: For the 2008 Venice Biennale, the Swiss architecture firm employed an industrial robot to place bricks in a mathematically controlled order. “This feels very much like the future: small scale, unique, and high tech. We like the way it mixes industrial engineering and modern technology with handicraft. That’s the charm of it: It’s built by a machine that’s programmed to think in a highly aesthetic way.”
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Structural Oscillations by Gramazio & Kohler: For the 2008 Venice Biennale, the Swiss architecture firm employed an industrial robot to place bricks in a mathematically controlled order. “This feels very much like the future: small scale, unique, and high tech. We like the way it mixes industrial engineering and modern technology with handicraft. That’s the charm of it: It’s built by a machine that’s programmed to think in a highly aesthetic way.”