Design Computation Lab was the first 'turn' in the Digital Turn series, starting 20 June 2018.
The Digital Turn exhibition series brings forward some of the best work from thought leaders in the field of digital construction.
The first 'turn' of the exhibition was in collaboration with Design Computation Lab (DCL), a research laboratory that develops novel design methods for the utilisation of computational technologies in architectural design, fabrication and assembly.
Based at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, the lab’s work is framed around the notion that we need to rethink the basic building blocks of architecture. It embodies a fundamental shift, one that demonstrates that a discrete and wholly digital architecture and design thinking can close gaps between how we design, fabricate and assemble buildings.
We would like to thank Mollie Claypool, Gilles Retsin, Manuel Garcia and the rest of the DCL team for their involvement in the show.