Robotic Landscapes—Designing the Unfinished

ETH Zürich (ZH)
Feb 22

“Robotic Landscapes—Designing the Unfinished” opens up insights into landscape design’s evolving culture by proposing a new equilibrium between natural and mechanical forces. Reflecting on a series of design research experiments on granular materials at the department of architecture at ETH Zurich, this book is designed to demonstrate the importance of successive design iterations in framing, forming, and finding. Each page reveals computational procedures where functional terrain structures emerge, each capable of sustaining a dynamic landscape that is forever changing. Park Books

HERAUSGEBER: Ilmar Hurkxkens, Fujan Fahmi, Ammar Mirjan.