High-Res Architecture


Retsin, G. 2015. High-Res Architecture. Skizzenwerk Lecture Series #9. Karlsruhe 17 Jun 2015
AuthorsRetsin, G.

Gilles Retsin Architecture is a London based architecture and design practice investigating new architectural models which engage with the potential of increased computational power and fabrication to generate buildings and objects with a previously unseen structure, detail and materiality. The studio is interested in the impact of computation on the core principles of architecture – the bones rather than the skin. Gilles Retsin graduated from the Architectural Association in London, prior to founding his own practice, he worked in Switzerland as a project architect with Christian Kerez, and in London with Kokkugia. He also co- founded SoftKill Design, a collective design studio investigating generative design methodologies for additive manufacturing and 3D-printing

KeywordsArchitecture; Computational Design
ConferenceSkizzenwerk Lecture Series #9
Publication process dates
Deposited24 Mar 2017
Completed17 Jun 2015
Web address (URL)http://www.skizzenwerk.net/gra1.html
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