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The Swiss professors and architects Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler introduce digital manufacturing techniques in architectural production. They developed the world’s first robotic laboratory to explore the intersections between architecture and robotics over the last decade of research at ETH Zurich. Their research has been implemented on bricks, as a basic material.(lire la suite...)
Architect, ceramic maker and geometrical and arabesque pattern designer, Seyed Masoud Mousavizade is the head of Architecture and Pattern, a pattern designer group who produces decorative tile, ceramics, mosaics and decorative architectural elements. He arranges a system to design hand made products, and unique art works based on the architect's idea. - Farnoosh Daneshpanah studied architecture at Islamic Azad University, Khorasgan Branch, Esfahan, Iran. He has been involved in SAMA technical and vocational training schools as vice-president.(lire la suite...)
China Ceramic Design Master Artist, Jiang Guoxing developed an inventive technique to implement ceramic walls in public spaces.
He is also owner of Tianshen House, Grassroots Clay Man, National Labor Medal, Winner of National May 1st Labor Medal, Shanghai Labor Medal, State Council Expert for Special Allowance, Shanghai Arts and Crafts Master, State First-class Artist, Researcher-level Senior Arts and Crafts Master.
Prominent international artist, Professor at the Oslo National Academy of The Arts, KHIO Norway, Professor emeritus KHIO, Ole Lislerud is a Norwegian ceramist, who uses clay as a painter’s surface. He intervenes on architectural surroundings, combining images from modern society with graffiti, biblical text and other social icons.(lire la suite...)
Born in 1944 in New York City, U.S.A., graduate in Ceramics from the University of Southern California, Ray Meeker is the famous “architect potter”, who transformed the traditional use of clay and pottery, in India. Along with his wife Deobrah Smith, he has founded the Golden Bridge Pottery, in Pondicherry in 1971. For the next 40 years the place became both an inspiration and point of instruction for generations of ceramic workers and artists and the model for small scale, handmade production units in India.(lire la suite...)