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It is believed that robotic fabrication, supported by cyber-physical frameworks for interactive and collaborative processes of human-material-robot making, can support and enhance the creative exploration of design modelling and design making in architecture. To investigate this hypothesis, the thesis asks how interactive and collaborative robotic fabrication can contribute to creative ‘co-evolutionary’ design process in architecture and how such creative activities will influence cognitive design processes.
Focusing on the methodology of Research-through-Design the work presented in this thesis advocates for design research being performed through experimental work, involving digital models, physical prototypes, and full-scale demonstrators. The project comprises a sequence of five discrete experimental studies that progressively alternates between author-driven and student-driven design processes. This strategy allows for an alternation between subjective and objective registrations of the robot-based design processes and an uncovering of the potential impact and relevance of diverse levels of design experience.
Based on the findings of the thesis, the proposed design methods were found to progressively enhance interaction with the robotic fabrication process. The opportunity to directly interact with a robotic arm and suggest changes during the ongoing fabrication process allowed for initiation of fabrication processes that were not entirely determined, thereby substantiating trial-and-error based design explorations that allow for reflection-in-action to occur.
The thesis also concludes that if decision-making is to be shared between all agents in a co-creative human-robot design framework, the robotic framework must incorporate strategies for machine learning and artificial intelligence.
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Foged, I. W., Pasold, A. & Jensen, M. B., 2020, Design Transactions: Rethinking Information Modelling for a New Material Age. Sheil, B., Thomsen, M. R., Tamke, M. & Hanna, S. (red.). UCL Press, s. 106-113 8 s.
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Jensen, M. B., Foged, I. W. & Andersen, H. J., 1 sep. 2020, I: International Journal of Architectural Computing. 18, 3, s. 235-253 19 s.
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Technologies and Techniques for Collaborative Robotics in Architecture: establishing a framework for human-robotic design explorationJensen, M. B. & Das, A., 5 aug. 2020, RE: Anthropocene. Design in the Age of Humans: Proceedings of the 25th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA) 2020. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, Bind 2. s. 292-303 11 s.
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