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Villa Bernasconi
Robotic Pavilion
Robotic Cosmogony
Sisyphus
Gramazio Kohler Retrospective
Mutations-Créations / Imprimer le monde
Hello, Robot
Reinforce Expose
Robotic Fabrication Laboratory
The Sequential Roof
Rock Print
Iridescence Print
Robotic Foldings
Flight Assembled Architecture
The Endless Wall
Stratifications
The Catenary Pavilion
Pike Loop
The Stacked Pavilion
Architonic Concept Space
Structural Oscillations
R-O-B
Superwood
Winery Gantenbein
GKR: only internal use meaning presentations and ETH related websites. If media have interest, they have to get in touch with the photographer and pay a fee.
GKR: only internal use meaning presentations and ETH related websites. If media have interest, they have to get in touch with the photographer and pay a fee.
GKR: only internal use meaning presentations and ETH related websites. If media have interest, they have to get in touch with the photographer and pay a fee.

GKR: only internal use meaning presentations and ETH related websites. If media have interest, they have to get in touch with the photographer and pay a fee.
GKR: only internal use meaning presentations and ETH related websites. If media have interest, they have to get in touch with the photographer and pay a fee.

GKR: only internal use meaning presentations and ETH related websites. If media have interest, they have to get in touch with the photographer and pay a fee.
GKR: only internal use meaning presentations and ETH related websites. If media have interest, they have to get in touch with the photographer and pay a fee.

Design Biennale Zurich - Hello Future , Zurich, 2017
Display of the Robotic Pavilion at the Botanical Garden in Zurich
The premier Design Biennale Zurich slogan is HELLO FUTURE and focuses on questions regarding the future such as: how will the factories of the future look, what can we design with active materials, what do we learn from the past, and what chances do experimental processes offer?

The Robotic Pavilion built by students of the MAS DFAB 2015-16 was selected to represent the ETH Zurich at the first Design Biennale in Zurich. The ETH has teamed up with the Museum of Digital Art to introduce children to the playful and rational thinking behind technology and design.


For further information on the research project see:
MAS in Architecture and Digital Fabrication

For further information on the events see:
Design Biennale Zurich or
MuDA workshops at the Design Biennale
Credits:
Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich

Client: The Design Biennale Zurich
Collaborators: Hannes Mayer, Esther Lombardini (exhibition management), Matthias Helmreich, Luka Piskorec, Jesús Medina, Bess Laaring, Alessandro dell'Endice, Pietro Odaglia

Copyright 2016, Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Gramazio Kohler Research
Chair of Architecture and Digital Fabrication
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