Foreword 6-7 by Brett Steele Introduction 8-19 by Brady Peters and Terri Peters The Origins of Smartgeometry 20-35 by Hugh Whitehead, Lars Hesselgren and J Parrish First Build Your Tools 36-49 by Robert Aish Parametric Evolution 50-59 by Branko Kolarevic Matrix Architecture 60-71 by Jenny E Sabin Metrics of Human Experience 72-79 by Roly Hudson and Michael Westlake Interacting with the Model 80-91 by Neil Katz, with Bess Krietemeyer and Tobias Schwinn Responsive Design: Towards an Ecology of Objects and People 92-101 by Andre Chaszar, Anton Savov, Peter Liebsch and Sascha Bohnenberger Design Flow and Tool Flux 102-111 by Robert Woodbury The Sound of Smartgeometry 112-121 by Brady Peters Design Exploration and Steering of Design 122-129 by Axel Kilian Geometry: How Smart Do You Have To Be? 130-141 by Chris Williams GenerativeComponents and Smartgeometry: Situated Software Development 142-153 by Volker Mueller and Makai Smith From Descriptive Geometry to Smartgeometry: First Steps towards Digital Architecture 154-165 by Mark Burry EXPLORING Human?Computer Interaction IN DESIGN PROCESS 166-175 by Flora Salim and Przemek Jaworski Designing Intelligence: DIY Robotics for Responsive Environments 176-185 by Nick Puckett Encoding Design 186-195 by Fabian Scheurer Working Prototypes, Creating Knowledge 196-205 by Shane Burger and Xavier De Kestelier Mind the Gap: Stories of Exchange 206-217 by CASE Designing Robotic Assemblies 218-231 by Tobias Bonwetsch The Practice of Smartgeometry 232-241 by Hugh Whitehead Digital Crafting: Performative Thinking for Material Design 242-253 by Mette Ramsgard Thomsen and Martin Tamke Design Robotics: New Strategies for Material System Research 254-267 by Martin Bechthold Contributor Biographies 268-272
Brady Peters is an architect. A PhD fellow at the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA) in Denmark he was previously an Associate Partner at Foster + Partners and a key member of the Specialist Modelling Group . He has taught at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, the University of Ghent, the University of Nottingham, and has been a tutor at all Smartgeometry conferences since 2005. He is the co-editor with Xavier De Kestelier of Computation Works: The Building of Algorithmic Thought , Architectural Design ( AD ) (March/April 2013). Terri Peters is an architect, and writer. A PhD Fellow at the Aarhus School of Architecture in Denmark she researches architectural approaches to sustainable building transformation. Since 2003, she has written more than 200 published articles spanning architecture, sustainability, art, urbanism, technology and culture. She lectures internationally and sits on the jury of various design award panels and competitions . She is the editor of Experimental Green Strategies: Redefining Ecological Design Research , Architectural Design ( AD ) (November/December 2011).