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Architectural MaterialismsNonhuman Creativity$
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Maria Voyatzaki

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781474420570

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: May 2020

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474420570.001.0001

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Internalising Continuous Variation

Internalising Continuous Variation

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(p.68) Chapter 3 Internalising Continuous Variation
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Architectural Materialisms
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Kas Oosterhuis

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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9781474420570.003.0004

The chapter engages with the idea that nonhuman creativity is fostering a new architecture based on continuous variation both in its theoretical and in its technical and material dimension. The chapter depicts the trajectory of ONL, the author’s practice, and how with this mission it has moved to the third industrial revolution that has altogether revolutionised architecture as a whole. In this chapter Kas Oosterhuis redefines the fundamentals in three phases; phase A: mass production, phase B: mass customisation - in which phase ONL’s built projects are positioned - and moving into the upbeat of phase C: distributed robotic design, production, assembly and operation, in which phase the achievements of Hyperbody’s interactive architecture are positioned. He concludes by challenging the traditional role of the architect that has shifted, nowadays, to that of an expert.

Keywords:   Nonhuman, Creativity, Continuous, Variation, Mass production, Mass customisation, Fundamentals, Robotics, Interactivity, Architecture

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