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Distinguished Visiting Critic Program

This lecture was presented as part of the Distinguished Visiting Critic Program (DVC), funded by the Hideo Sasaki Foundation.

Karl Daubmann
2013

Mass Design Group
2012

Stefan Behnisch and Thomas Auer
2011

Stoss Landscape Urbanism
2010

Brian Healy
2009

Alex Anmahian
2008

Jinhee Park and John Hong
2007

 

When How Becomes What

Spring 2013 Hideo Sasaki Distinguished Visiting Critic: Karl Daubmann

When How Becomes What

© Boston Architectural College; Video by: Matt Gelineau

April 10, 2013

Abstract: New technologies in design and manufacturing continue to undermine the profession's long held separation between designers and makers. Through research, design work and in his post as VP of Design at Blu Homes, Karl Daubmann examines the design potential of materials, methods, and manufacturing experimentation.