Dip16 in Stockholm

Posted by on October 22, 2008

We had our students from AA dip16 in Stockholm for a few days last week, with the agenda of meeting key people that will be part of the ongoing research and design work over the year. We met Biomime (biomimetic material research), PIEp (Sofia Ritzén, product development and innovation), Project communication (Örjan Wikforss, the professor of my PhD project at KTH), Robert Aish (inventor of GenerativeComponents now at Autodesk), Marcelyn Gow (Servo partner and guest professor at the KTH School of Architecture), Pablo Miranda (Krets partner and computational designer at Aedas), Åsmund Gamlesaeter (computational designer at Aedas) and also participated in the Unfolding Value conference on biodiversity and biomimetics.

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We had our students from AA dip16 in Stockholm for a few days last week, with the agenda of meeting key people that will be part of the ongoing research and design work over the year. We met Biomime (biomimetic material research), PIEp (Sofia Ritzén, product development and innovation), Project communication (Örjan Wikforss, the professor of my PhD project at KTH), Robert Aish (inventor of GenerativeComponents now at Autodesk), Marcelyn Gow (Servo partner and guest professor at the KTH School of Architecture), Pablo Miranda (Krets partner and computational designer at Aedas), Åsmund Gamlesaeter (computational designer at Aedas) and also participated in the Unfolding Value conference on biodiversity and biomimetics.