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Mario Cucinella Architects (MCA) and Italian 3D printing specialists World’s Advanced Saving Project (WASP) are close to completing a "prototype 3D-printed global habitat for sustainable ... More
The Middle East Architecture Network (MEAN*) have designed a pavilion for rest and gatherings in the Wadi Rum desert valley in the south of Jordan ... More
Researchers at the University of Brighton in the UK have been experimenting with 3D printing technologies as a way of democratising cultural heritage, as well ... More
Turkish design bureau Melike Altinisik Architects (MAA) have been selected to build a museum of robotics with components that "construct themselves". Located in Seoul, the ... More
As wellness and skincare get more and more high-tech, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is proving to be the launchpad for new ... More
Australian architect Tom Fereday has debuted the PELO light, a 3D printed, pendant light, made in partnership with ceramic artist and academic Susan Chen. The ... More
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Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have announced a new breakthrough in the architectural applications of 3D printing, with the design of a ... More
The co-founder of international architecture practice Snøhetta, Kjetil Trædal Thorsen, has spoken to CLAD about the opportunities and philosophical questions posed by the advent of ... More
Here are some of the stories that appeared on CLAD this week, from Elon Musk’s latest big idea to Peter Zumthor’s extension for Fondation Beyeler ... More
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have announced a new breakthrough in the architectural applications of 3D printing, with the design of a ... More
The architecture studio of Norman Foster are actively seeking to develop a large-scale hybrid machine that can produce metal building components directly from CAD models ... More
A prototype for a printer that can create functional human skin using 3D printing technology has been unveiled by scientists from the Universidad Carlos III ... More
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The hotels of 2060 will self-assemble and morph from one design to another based on the votes of their guests, a leading futurist has predicted ... More
New research says that the majority of consumers in the UK, US and China expect virtual reality to play a big part in the theme ... More
Disney’s research laboratory has taken the 3D printing process up a notch, using movable embedded masses to act as counterweights, creating solutions to complex balance ... More
US architecture studio SHoP have announced they will create one of the world’s largest 3D public structures for the Design Miami festival in November. The ... More
London's Design Museum has announced a host of star names from the worlds of architecture and design will help open its new home in Kensington ... More
Diners across the world will soon be able to eat 3D printed food using 3D printed utensils in a pop-up restaurant filled with 3D printed ... More
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The “first 3D-printed office in the world” has been unveiled in Dubai, marking a milestone in the development of 3D technology and paving the way ... More
A leading technology studio in London that specialises in emerging technology is changing the game when it comes to the virtual reality. Inition – a ... More
Dated museum policy is hampering use and development of new technologies, with some institutions simply not prepared to handle procedure surrounding emerging tech, according to ... More
Innovators producing cutting-edge technologies for the museums sector have said that risks must be taken to develop new technologies, with those playing it safe ironically ... More
The latest technological innovations in museums and galleries will be presented and debated at a Museums Association event this week. The event will be held ... More
Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut has unveiled his vision for a future where the citizens of the world live underwater in vast self-sufficient ‘oceanscrapers’ made from ... More
The 25th annual ISPA Conference and Expo got underway in Las Vegas yesterday (19 October). Randi Zuckerberg, CEO of Zuckerberg Media, author of Dot Complicated, ... More
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