Vernissage of Digital Bamboo at the ZAZ Zentrum Architektur Zürich 29 september 17:30
The vernissage of the Digital Bamboo Pavilion exhibition will take place on the 29th of September at the ZAZ Zentrum Architektur Zürich at 17:30. The pavilion was developed during the MAS DFAB course 19/20. Exhibition runs till the 20th October.
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ZAZ – Höschgasse 3, 8008 Zürich Wednesday – Sunday 14:00 – 18:00 www.zaz-bellerive.ch
Teaching Team: Marirena Kladeftira (Project lead), Matthias Leschok, Eleni Skevaki (Chair of Digital Building Technologies, ETH Zurich), Davide Tanadini (Chair of Structural Design, ETH Zurich), Yael Ifrah (MAS ETH DFAB coordination, Chair of Digital Building Technologies)
Support Structural Design : Ole Ohlbrock, Dr. Pierluigi D’Acunto (Chair of Structural Design, ETH Zurich)
Design Development MAS ETH DFAB 19-20 Students : Fatemeh Salehi Amiri, Maria Pia Assaf, Jomana Baddad, Frédéric Brisson, Yu-Hung Chiu, Remy Clémente, Mahiro Goto, Ioulios Georgiou, Anton T. Johansson, László Mangliár, Dinorah Martínez Schulte, Emmanuelle Sallin, Indra Santosa, Eliott Sounigo, Chanon Techathuvanun, Tsai Ping Hsun, Edurne Morales Zúñiga
Research Collaboration Partner on AM for Bespoke Joints – HS HI-TECH – Dr. Seungkyu Yoo(CTO), Yena Jung(Project lead), Hyunsoo Park, Sangjae Park, Younhyun Kim(Vice President), Ino Lee(Chief Executive Officer)). The development of the hybrid joints project in collaboration with HS HI-TECH is supported by the Bilateral Science and Technology Cooperation Program of ETH Zurich with an Innovation Partnership Grant
Supporting technicians – Christian Egli, Tobias Hartmann, Michael Lyrenmann, Thomas Posur,Andreas Reusser
Sponsoring and Support – Hewlett Packard, SGSolution AG, Holcim, AF Fercher AG, Abuma AG, RapLab ETH Zurich
Zentrum Architektur Zürich, ZAZ Bellerive, Prof. Christian Schmid, Evelyn Steiner Curator, Corina Hösli Event coordination
Photo/ Video Credits
This research was supported by the NCCR Digital Fabrication, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation.