Author Archives: krie0173

Re: Flying Green

Ok, this is my last reply/rant for the semester.  I’ve always found it interesting how horrible the convenience of flying is for the environment.  But if you talk anyone, the majority would say that they want to “travel the world”. 

Re: Flying Green

Ok, this is my last reply/rant for the semester.  I’ve always found it interesting how horrible the convenience of flying is for the environment.  But if you talk anyone, the majority would say that they want to “travel the world”. 

Sensitile: The Infusion of Light into Material

When searching for an innovative material earlier this semester, I remember stumbling across one called Sensitile.  Although I do believe that a couple groups used it in their preliminary studies, mine did not.  After stumbling over it again I decided

Sensitile: The Infusion of Light into Material

When searching for an innovative material earlier this semester, I remember stumbling across one called Sensitile.  Although I do believe that a couple groups used it in their preliminary studies, mine did not.  After stumbling over it again I decided

Re: Chloride Pollution

I just had a conversation about this a couple days ago.  We were discussing how dirty everything looks by the time spring rolls around, and how awful salt it for the environment.  At the same time, it really is a

Re: Chloride Pollution

I just had a conversation about this a couple days ago.  We were discussing how dirty everything looks by the time spring rolls around, and how awful salt it for the environment.  At the same time, it really is a

Parametric Design: Designing with Endless Possibilities

Awhile back we had a guest lecture about Parametric Design by Adam Marcus.   I had the privilege of taking Adam’s workshop Digital Provocations in the fall of 2011 where our focus was also on parametric design.  According to programmingarchitecture.com, “Parametric

Parametric Design: Designing with Endless Possibilities

Awhile back we had a guest lecture about Parametric Design by Adam Marcus.   I had the privilege of taking Adam’s workshop Digital Provocations in the fall of 2011 where our focus was also on parametric design.  According to programmingarchitecture.com, “Parametric

Re: Artificial Nature

I’m glad you wrote about this, because this is what I was attempting to get at least week.  I will circle back to your Light Box example at the end, but I want to say that I think the functional

Re: Artificial Nature

I’m glad you wrote about this, because this is what I was attempting to get at least week.  I will circle back to your Light Box example at the end, but I want to say that I think the functional

Re: Would you live in a house of blood?

  I really thought this was an interesting post.  Although many people would probably put other words first to describe using blood as a material, I think it is very innovative (or even sustainable).  Growing up on a farm, even

Re: Would you live in a house of blood?

  I really thought this was an interesting post.  Although many people would probably put other words first to describe using blood as a material, I think it is very innovative (or even sustainable).  Growing up on a farm, even

Zyplex for Precedent

Obviously there was some mis-communication, but you’re all getting another Zyplex post! As we mentioned in our presentation, our group tried looking for local materials to design the London pavilion.  We also talked about finding a material that was made

Zyplex for Precedent

Obviously there was some mis-communication, but you’re all getting another Zyplex post! As we mentioned in our presentation, our group tried looking for local materials to design the London pavilion.  We also talked about finding a material that was made