Since 2008 I have taught modules offering architecture and design students the skills to build their own software and hardware with the goal of enabling new ways of thinking and practicing architectural research and design. In the modules I run on MSc Adaptive Architecture & Computation, fundamental principles of programming and electronics are introduced to students before a series of design projects are utilized to examine themes of communication, adaption, performance, and interaction.
Examples of Processing Projects created by students over the first term on the course
AAC Student Agata Guzik 2008
AAC Student Angelos Chronis 2009
Examples of Work from the Digital Ecology Module 2010
Example of Research & Design from the MSc AAC Thesis 2009
Marilena Skavara 2009.
Copenhagen Workshop January 2010