2018.05.15 | 19:00 | Free with RSVP

Arper Japan
HT Jingu Gaien Building 8F, 2-7-22 Kita Aoyama Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0061

Andrew Wit is a founder of the interdisciplinary research group WITO*, Laboratory for Intelligent Environments, and co-editor of the forthcoming book "Towards a Robotic Architecture.” He is also an assistant professor of Digital Practice within Temple University’s Division of Architecture and Environmental Design, where he leads research and teaching focused on novel building systems generated through the integration of lightweight composites, digital tools/fabrication, and robotics.

アンドリュー・ウィットは研究グループWITO及び「Laboratory for Intelligent Environments」の創設者であり、近く出版予定の「ロボット建築に向けて」の共著者でもあります。テンプル大学の建築環境デザイン学科においてデジタルプラクティスの助教授を務め、軽量複合素材とコンピューターやロボットによる生産技術を融合した新しい建設システムの研究を行っています。

2.0 HSW CES credits

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American Institute of Architects advocates for the value of architecture and gives architects the resources they need to do their best work. AIA's work drives positive change through the power of design. Founded in 1857 by 13 architects, the organization is now over 90,000 members strong with over 260 chapters around the world.

AIA International is the broadest geographical region of the American Institute of Architects, providing a collaborative leadership platform to empower members and encourage global success through best practice, innovative thinking and design excellence.

AIA Japan is a bridge between US professional practices and Japanese design firms, professional associations and educational institutions, engaging in a dialogue to enhance the architectural practice in Japan through local events, educational programs, mentorship and overseas travel activities.

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