[Edit: Video from this session is now posted here.]
Tuesday, February 5, 2013 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
In this session, MIT students Stefano Andreani, Aurgho Jyoti, Patrick Little, Vernelle Noel, and Jaeyual Lee from Zach Kron and Dennis Shelden's class Digital Fabrication and Construction will present case studies of Gensler's Shanghai Tower and Herzog and deMeuron’s Beijing National Stadium. They will explain how they built parametric study models using Vasari and how they then leveraged these models for additional analysis.
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