network partners:

Karin Bech

Affiliation: CITA

Cand.Arch, Research Assistant
CITA – Centre for Information Technology and Architecture
Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture

Bio:
Karin Bech is an architect working with practice based research at the Centre for IT and Architecture in Copenhagen. She has been a collaborator on projects as Slow Furl, Thaw and ‘How would it be to live in a soft space’. In her work she explores the boundaries and relations between architecture and textile, asking how textile thinking and new digital design and production tools challenges architecture.

Karin Bech is also the co-founder of the architectural office Byen Sover, working with urban ideas and conceptual design […]

Annica Ekdahl

Affiliation: CITA

B.Arch.
CITA, Centre for Information Technology and Architecture
Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture

Contact:  Annica.Ekdahl@karch.dk

Annica is a student at Aarhus Architecture school, at the moment doing an internship at the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA) in Copenhagen Denmark.

Morten Buelow

Affiliation: CITA

MArch

Contact: mb@genetic-design.com

Morten Bülow holds a Master’s degree in Architecture form The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture. He has worked as a digital fabrication consultant, and is currently pursuing a Postgraduate Master’s degree at the Institute for advanced architecture of Catalonia in Barcelona. His research is focused in the field between autonomous agent behavior and physical computing.

Dave Stasiuk

Affiliation: CITA

MArch I.
contact: dave.stasiuk@gmail.com

mobile: +45 2783 7643

Dave Stasiuk received his Master in Architecture from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute School of Architecture in Troy, NY is 2010.  He returned to university to study architecture after a career implementing information modeling, data management and strategic analysis in the sales and marketing division of a U.S.-based pharmaceutical company.  His background and interests led him to data-driven parametric design research in his studies.  In Copenhagen, he has collaborated with CITA both teaching workshops and developing projects.  He is also currently working as a specialized digital modeling consultant for Method Design, a New York based firm.

Aron Fidjeland

Affiliation: CITA

B.Arch.
CITA, Centre for Information Technology and Architecture
Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture

Contact:  aron.fidjeland@gmail.com

+45 30 23 55 34

Aron is a student at Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole, department 2. He has just ended an internship at the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA) in Copenhagen Denmark.

johannes beck

Affiliation: CITA & the Royal Danish Academy of fine Arts – School of Architecture, in Copenhagen

B. Arts in Architecture

Contact: johannesbeck.jb@gmail.com

Johannes Beck is a graduate student at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture in 2009.  Johannes’ design work and research focuses on digital design strategies and how these link to fabrication technologies.  In 2009/2010 Johannes worked at CITA, the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture, and in the last few years, he has assisted with many of CITA’s projects and exhibitions.

Brady Peters

Affiliation: CITA

BSc. MArch.
CITA, Centre for Information Technology and Architecture
Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture

Contact: brady.peters@karch.dk

Brady Peters is a PhD Fellow at the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA) in Copenhagen Denmark.   His PhD project, “Complex Surfaces: Sound and Space defining Surfaces for Architecture,” studies the interfaces between architecture and acoustic science and engineering.  Prior to moving to Copenhagen, he was an Associate Partner at Foster + Partners in London. As a key member of the Specialist Modelling Group, the office’s internal research and development consultancy, he worked on many projects involving complex geometry and helped establish the […]

Exhibition: 1:1 - Research By Design

Date:     12.03.11 – 10.04.11
Location:     The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture
The Exhibition Hall
Danneskiold-Samsøes Alle 51
1431 Kbh. K
Time:     Weekdays 11-20 / Weekends 12-18

Opening: 11.03.11 – 16h

The exhibition 1:1 – research by design shows results from research at the Institute for Design and Communication and the Center for Information Technology and Architecture, CITA, at the School of Architecture. Through research by design concordance is sought between the methods of research and a form-giving, experimental design practice.

Through drawings, models and experiments in 1:1 (full scale), the exhibition shows how digital media and new materials which are on […]