Von: Mike Christenson <email@example.com>
Datum: 21. Dezember 2010 15:52:37 MEZ
Betreff: [acadia] ABSTRACTS DUE TODAY, DECEMBER 21.
REMINDER: ABSTRACTS DUE TODAY, DECEMBER 21.
ACADIA 2011 Regional – Parametricism: Student Performance Criteria
(SPC), is set to complement ACADIA’s mission of facilitating
communication and critical thinking regarding the use of computers in
architecture, with a specific focus on the impact of education and how
computation and computational thinking, particularly the concept of
Parametricism, is poised to evolve design thinking and the future of
architectural practice. In a type of radical parametric pragmatism,
we invite sessions, papers, and discussions to the ACADIA Regional
Conference that projectively interrogate a parametric frontier which
both engages and surpasses fulfillment of SPC, and other regulatory
criteria, in the pursuit of design innovation and elegance. Far from a
solitary academic endeavor, it is our goal that the conference becomes
a conversational interface between practitioners, educators,
researchers, designers, and students.
ABSTRACTS DUE DECEMBER 21, 2010. Acceptance based on peer review of
Abstract submissions. Notification of acceptance expected on Jan.
For full list of session topics visit – http://acadiaregional.unl.edu
Mike Christenson, AIA, NCARB
Assistant Professor of Architecture
Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture
North Dakota State University
p: 612.209.0764 / f: 701.231.5773 / www.ndsu.edu