3D Lab (3DL) from the Faculty of Architecture at the Estonian Academy of Arts (EAA) presents an exhibit "3DL - Architectural Algorithms and Ideas in Space " coinciding with TAB, showing new directions and technologies related to architecture. On September 14th at 16:00 there will be a tour for TAB visitors.
During the last decade 3DL has introduced into Estonian architectural education in addition to several novel software packages, digital numerically controlled machinery for model making and rapid prototyping, which besides experimental projects are applied to more conventional architecture as well.
The exhibition shows models, videos and prototypical software solutions from 2010 - 2015, that represent an extraction from different objects, collaborations and investigations. Introducing the problematic that arises from applying new spatial concepts and technologies to architecture and the built environment at large, these projects address the many aspects of borderline conditions in architecture. Evidently current design processes and the physical environment are witnessing an enrichment and a thorough intertwinement of architectural ideas, digital algorithms and space invading machinery on very different levels of these associated systems.
3DL of the EAA Faculty of Architecture was founded in 2005 to advance architecture and computational design by investigating experimental processes and applying contemporary technological tools to education.
The exhibit will open on September 3rd at 18.00 at Architecture and Design Gallery, and will remain until September 15th. For those interested, there will be a tour organised during TAB.
3DL web page: www.artun.ee/3DL
Preparation and direction: Martin Melioranski, Renee Puusepp, Paco Ulman, Kaiko Kivi, Kristjan Männigo, Riho Kerge.
Administration and communication: Anu Piirisild.