New technologies like virtual city models will fundamentally change the city and life in it. What is the role of the self in such schemes? Yvonne Xu writes for Cubes 87.
Known as an innovator in developing the relationship between digital technology and architecture, UNStudio explores the formal complexity and a deep integration of facade and interior space in a Shanghai shopping mall Lane 189. Neo Disheng writes for Cubes 87.
Where will new computational processes take architecture and engineering in the future? In Cubes 87, we brought together Prof Thomas Schroepfer, Dr Hossein Rezai and Tan Szue Hann to discuss advanced digital design processes and their take-up in Singapore.
Nearly three decades of lighting design practice and research inform Lighting Planners Associates’ robust approach to the possibilities of lighting for architecture and beyond. Always, a sense of the natural prevails.
How do you design a creative office for a fast-growing digital business in the age of information? In Cubes 87 teamLab Architects blur the boundary between the virtual and the tangible for DMM.com.
Digital design and fabrication methods can generate otherwise unimaginable forms. But what will be missing if human minds and hands are expelled from the process? We ask Heatherwick Studio in Cubes 87. Here’s a preview of the article!