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This post is to announce a new partnership we are very proud of : together with École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris College of Art, Gaîté Lyrique, VOLUMES coworking and WOMA fablab we are taking part to a new exciting Advanced Master Program in Computational Design & Making.

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design by data©Sébastien Perrault

You know that at HDA we like to share because we believe in sharing as a way to learn and design. After two month of work we are happy to officially announce DESIGN by DATA workshop, organized in partnership with IMMAGINOTECA studio and La Gâité Lyrique.

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Andrea Graziano

1. Blogger, researcher, artist, coder, architect…how would you describe and define your job and your projects?

“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” ― Albert Einstein.

It’s hard for me to describe and define myself and my activity, especially in the last years. I would consider myself as a modern explorer, a person who really likes to imagine future possibilities (from science to philosophy, from art to biology) and to connect the acquired dots on a map (resources, people, skills, technologies, tools) to design new potential trajectories.

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After weeks of discussions, brainstorming and details organizations, we are very very very happy to finally announce that Hugh Dutton Associates is the organizing partner of the REaction workshop about Smart Cities and Parametric Design. The workshop will be held on July 5th – 7th at SUPERBELLEVILLE coworking in Paris. You”ll find all the details and application form at superbelleville.org/reaction.

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PHOTO: AAG PROCEEDING 2010 – SOURCE: aag12.architecturalgeometry.at

En ce moment à l’agence nous préparons un paper/workshop pour le congres ADVANCES IN ARCHITECTURAL GEOMETRY qui se tiendra au Centre Pompidou (@centrepompidou sur twitter) le 27 et le 28 septembre 2012.
Si vous voulez participer, la date limite de réception des articles ou ateliers est le 15 mai (plus d’informations ici)

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