FLUX: Architecture in a Parametric Landscape

As one of the major components of the FLUX series of events, CCA will be hosting the FLUX exhibition from March 30 – April 16. The exhibition explores contemporary architecture and design through its relationship with changes in design technologies such as parametric modeling, digital fabrication, and scripting. Over 40 projects are featured in the exhibition through drawings, photographs, and specially made models that explore the techniques and processes presented in the projects. Eight topics dealing with the geometric and performative aspects of the projects are explored:

  • Stacked Aggregates
  • Modular Assemblages
  • Pixelated Fields
  • Cellular Clusters
  • Serial Iterations
  • Woven Meshes
  • Material Systems
  • Emergent Environments

Over the last year, a group of CCA students have been working on the FLUX exhibition in designing, scripting, and fabricating the exhibition and its content. The exhibition itself will be an example of advanced computational modeling using parametrics, scripting, and digital fabrication.

There will be an opening reception following the Gramazio & Kohler lecture at CCA on Monday, March 30. The exhibition is generously sponsored by SoildThinking

Check out the FLUX Exhibition in the Gallery.