Presentation of work at 'International Conference on Structures and Architecture 2019', Lisbon, Portugal
We are delighted to have presented our research on hybrid adaptive envelopes based on material-microprocessor based systems, with the conference article contribution title ‘A Hybrid Adaptive Composite Based Auxiliary Envelope’. The proceedings are published by Taylor & Francis.  The research is part of the Sense V project, which is a collaboration between AREA, Aalborg University, Copenhagen School of Design and Technology (Material Design Lab) and Aarhus School of Architecture. The project has also received funding from the COWI Foundation to realise the experimental research.

We are delighted to have presented our research on hybrid adaptive envelopes based on material-microprocessor based systems, with the conference article contribution title ‘A Hybrid Adaptive Composite Based Auxiliary Envelope’. The proceedings are published by Taylor & Francis.

The research is part of the Sense V project, which is a collaboration between AREA, Aalborg University, Copenhagen School of Design and Technology (Material Design Lab) and Aarhus School of Architecture. The project has also received funding from the COWI Foundation to realise the experimental research.

Isak Foged
Collecting Post-Occupancy Behavioural Data
We are currently collecting system and occupancy behavioural information from sensors and observations, for understanding the impact on people from the adaptive auxiliary membrane installed in the Copenhagen School of Design and Technology.

We are currently collecting system and occupancy behavioural information from sensors and observations, for understanding the impact on people from the adaptive auxiliary membrane installed in the Copenhagen School of Design and Technology.

Isak Foged
Acoustic Wall at Istanbul Design Biennale 2018
We are delighted to have been invited by FABB, Burcu Bicer Saner and Efe Gözen, to contribute to the Istanbul Design Biennale 2018. In collaboration with Aalborg University and Copenhagen School of Design and Technology we have developed an acoustically informed design method, a robot based double-sided limestone wall assembly and a full-size demonstrator for the Biennale. The project was furthermore selected for presentation at the Innochain Conference 2018 in Copenhagen, November 2018 with the title “Acoustic Wall: A Collaborative Robot Based Acoustic Wall Assembly. More about the project will be featured later on the website. Photo credits AREA.

We are delighted to have been invited by FABB, Burcu Bicer Saner and Efe Gözen, to contribute to the Istanbul Design Biennale 2018. In collaboration with Aalborg University and Copenhagen School of Design and Technology we have developed an acoustically informed design method, a robot based double-sided limestone wall assembly and a full-size demonstrator for the Biennale. The project was furthermore selected for presentation at the Innochain Conference 2018 in Copenhagen, November 2018 with the title “Acoustic Wall: A Collaborative Robot Based Acoustic Wall Assembly. More about the project will be featured later on the website. Photo credits AREA.

Isak Foged
Invited exhibition at TU Prague
We are delighted to have been invited to contribute to the exhibition and conference on Design Computing by Professor Henri Achten, exhibiting our Sense IV project in the Czech capital.

We are delighted to have been invited to contribute to the exhibition and conference on Design Computing by Professor Henri Achten, exhibiting our Sense IV project in the Czech capital.

Isak Foged
Venice Biennale Study 2018
Five days of intense study observations, walking and general enjoyment, we say goodbye to this incredible place, the Venice Biennale. Many inspiring projects and exhibits, but one project still remains a class beyond everything else – the Nordic Pavilion by Sverre Fehn from 1962. Conceptually, instrumentally and in its execution, Fehn’s project is a masterpiece.

Five days of intense study observations, walking and general enjoyment, we say goodbye to this incredible place, the Venice Biennale. Many inspiring projects and exhibits, but one project still remains a class beyond everything else – the Nordic Pavilion by Sverre Fehn from 1962. Conceptually, instrumentally and in its execution, Fehn’s project is a masterpiece.

Isak Foged