Toni Kotnik at IE University

Written on November 28, 2013 by Roberto Arribas in Architecture, Learning Activities, Lectures

T6 Toni Kotnik, en IE Universityoni Kotnik, professor and researcher from ETH in Zurichgave, gave a lecture at IE University, Segovia, during the second cycle of the ENCOUNTERS workshop. The talk was entitled “Digital Poiesis: architecture between physical necessity and freedom of design”.

Toni Kotnik is lecturer and senior researcher at the ETH Zurich and principal of d’HKL, a Zurich-based office focusing on research-oriented architectural design. He studied architecture and mathematics in Germany, Switzerland and the US and received his doctoral degree from the University of Zurich. He was research fellow at Center for the Representation of Multi-Dimensional Information, principal researcher at OCEAN design research network, assistant professor at the Institute for Experimental Architecture at the University of Innsbruck and studio master at the Emergent Technology and Design program at the Architectural Association in London. His practice and research work has been published internationally and is centered on the integration of scientific knowledge into the design process with focus on the relationship between architectural design, computational geometry and engineering.

Hoy jueves 28 de noviembre, el campus de Segovia acogió la segunda conferencia del ciclo ENCOUNTERS, que corrió a cargo de Toni Kotnik, profesor e investigador de la ETH de Zurich.

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