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SCI-Arc’s Robot House Aims to Change How Architects Draw and See
Robot House co-founder on how SCI-Arc's six industrial robots are being used to rethink architects' digital tools
MIT Researchers Develop All-in-One Robotic Furniture System
Developed with Yves Béhar, Ori hopes to solve the problem of cramped urban living with app-based, "smart" furniture.
The Robots Have Eyes, Vitra Design Museum Exhibit Warns
Today’s robots come in unexpected forms, says curator Amelie Klein. Designers must prepare themselves for the ramifications.
Design and Technology Can Work in Tandem to Benefit the Human Condition
The rise of the robots should inspire hope not concern, says Metropolis editor in chief and publisher Susan S. Szenasy.
Rethinking Architecture, From a Robot’s Perspective
Architect Michael Silver believes robots will soon help laborers build the architecture of the future.
Can Laboratory Research Be a Kind of Design?
Researchers in labs across the country are getting their hands dirty and prototyping ideas at every scale, from molecules to cities. Their findings will have a profound impact on our world.
A Pioneer of Digital Fabrication Heralds the Machine-Made Revolution in Architecture
After two decades of experience in robotics-based fabrication, Andreas Froech, founder of Machineous Consultants, wants more control over his work and is reclaiming his role in the design process.
Robotic Installation Wants to Make Every Consumer a Designer
Robochop has great ambitions—to turn everyone into designers.
Multimedia Office Systems Are Retooling Collaboration
Powerful video-based tools allow seamless collaboration around the world.