paper: Re-Skinning published in P+W Resarch Journal
Paper titled "Re-Skinning: Performance-Based Design and Fabrication of Building Facade Components " published in Perkins + Will Research Journal. Vol. 04.02
Study abroad China spring 2013
UC Study abroad course for China, spring 2013 is open for application. Please check it out at Sustainable Urbanism. China.
Project featured in Book
Ming Tang's skyscraper design project is featured in the book titled "Contemporary Digital Architecture: Design & Techniques". Author: Dimitris Kottas. Publisher: Links.
Publication in AIA Forward 112
Paper titled "Data Driven Transmutation: an investigation of performance based design and adaptive systems" is published in AIA Forward Journal issue 112. Cheers.
Parametric Design workshop in Cincinnati
This Parametric Design workshop will be a two-day intensive workshop covering fundamental principles and concepts of using Grasshopper integrated within a performance driven design pipeline. The workshop will specifically demonstrate how to control the performance related data flow from Autodesk Ecotect, Vasari and Maya into the parametric modeling environment of Grassshopper. Open for registration now.
We are very pleases to announce two grant have been received from University of Cincinnati. $1,8175 from UC Research Council, and $9,200 from UC Forward to support our research and teaching in the area of Sustainable and Responsive Urbanism. PI: Prof. Tang (Architecture), Prof. Lu (Engineering) and Prof. Auffrey (City Planning).
construção em bambu! America estrada do sol
It has been a few years since my folded bamboo concept was proposed in 2009. I am always questioning how an architectural concept can adapt to the local techniques via the refined, sometimes reinvented process based the unique context. I am so thrilled to see the bamboo structure been constructed by a team of talent people in Brazil! Congratulations to Daniel, Engels and Javier, Natalia.
Ming Tang's talk in Autodesk Webinar in Facebook
With Glenn Katz ( Autodesk) , Chris ( Penn State), we disused the advanced visualization and rendering features in Autodesk® Revit® and Showcase, and explored how to create eye-popping views and visualizations in Revit and transfer the BIM models to Showcase for real-time rendering and to create interactive design presentations.
Math-Morph Wall exhibition
Math-Morph Wall exhibition. Center for Visual Arts at the Greensboro Cultural Center. Greensboro. North Carolina. 03.29.2012 . Jonathon Anderson. Ming Tang.
paper presentation in NCBDS 2012
Ming Tang presented the paper "Adaptive Skin: Performance
Driven Design and Fabrication" in the National Conference on the Beginning Design Students" in Pen State.