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Conference Theme

The architect is no longer an organizer of matter and space, but a designer of systems with multi-layered components and increasingly complex relationships. [En]Coding Architecture 2013 invites rising superstars, experienced researchers and designers to present experimental work derived through computational thinking and digital making. [En]Coding Architecture 2013 positions the field as an alloy of programming, digital tooling, art and science. This conference synthesizes new trajectories for the profession within the context of tectonics, cultural philosophy, architectural theory and geopolitics.  Undeniably, there is a global desire to re-discuss architecture now

The submission page is now closed. We do thank more than 150 authors for more than than 50 projects for their submissions. Notifications on accepted projects will go out in due course.

Submission tackle the following fields

  • Material Morphology and Code
  • Tooling
  • Interaction I Human Computer Interface I Behavior
  • Augmented Construction I Architectural Robots in the Built Environment
  • Data I Architecture as Geopolitical Act
  • The new Pathology of Architecture I Indulging Opulence I Flesh

More information on session subjects can be found here…

Submission must be made through the [En]Coding Architecture 2013 submission webpage.

The submission page is  now closed

Important Dates

Deadline:  January 08st 2013

Notification: January, 13th 2013

Full projects due: January 31th 2013 (information on exact board layout to follow, final submission must contain the ‘Consent to Publish’, available shortly)

Guidelines for publication to follow

 

Categories, in which projects can be shown are:

  • Project for Presentation at the conference
  • Project for Exhibition (information on exact board layout to follow)
  • Project for Publication (2000 words, 10 Images)

Depending on the project, the committee will decide, which category your project will be shown in; Presentation in multiple categories is possible.

 

[En]Coding Architecture 2013 Submissions

[En]Coding Architecture 2013 is looking for experimental cutting edge projects, reflecting the conference theme and can be located in the field of recent developments in computational architecture.  Individuals and teams of up to three members from all disciplines related to architecture, art, code, makers, hackers, computer sciences, Human Computer Interface, scripting, art + sciences are invited to submit projects. [En]Coding Architecture 2013 is highly interested in inter- and cross-disciplinary projects incorporating disciplines such as biology, neurosciences, robotics human behavior, human-machine learning and cybernetics , formerly alien to architecture. For student travel grants, please refer to the section further below.

What to submit:

  • Project Title
  • 3 keywords
  • Project synopsis (80 words)
  • Project description (400 words)
  • 8 images as single pdf, each 150dpi

Submission must be made through the [En]Coding Architecture 2013 submission webpage

The submission page is now closed.

Upload your project including all of the above as a single pdf in the ‘Upload Paper’ section.

Please provide the following information:

  • Applicant/s name/s
  • Affiliation / department / office
  • e-mail address
  • primary phone number
  • graduate or undergraduate student / professional
  • please indicate if you can physically present at the conference

Questions?

If you do require further information, please contact us submission@encodingarchitecture.org

 

[En]Coding Architecture 2013 Student Travel Grant

[En]Coding Architecture 2013 has a total of 4 student travel grants, each of $250. If you do want to apply for a student travel grant, please submit your project as above on the [En]Coding Architecture 2013 submission webpage. In addition we ask you to provide the information as per the list below. Student travel grants are being awarded to those individuals whose statement proves to be the strongest. Submission deadline is December 31st 2012. Please submit the information below as a single pdf. Student travel grants can only be received by individuals who are attending the conference and do submit projects of outstanding quality.

Please provide the following information:

  • Applicant/s name/s
  • Affiliation / department
  • e-mail address
  • primary phone number
  • are you a graduate or undergraduate student
  • list of recent publications, projects
  • statement how the scholarship will contribute to your career development (400 words)
  • copy of your student ID card
  • please indicate if you can physically present at the conference

Questions?

If you do require further information, please contact us submission@encodingarchitecture.org

The submission page for projects and/or travel grants is now closed.

 

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