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Steering of form

Axel Kilian

Axel Kilian is an Assistant Professor at the Princeton University School of Architecture. He previously taught Computational Design at the Department of Architecture at MIT and at TU Delft. In 2006 he completed a PhD in Design and Computation at MIT on design exploration. In addition he holds a Master of Science from MIT and a professional degree in architecture from the University of the Arts Berlin. Axel Kilian has lectured widely and published extensively. His publications include Architectural Geometry (2007) and he has been involved in many conference series such as SmartGeometry, Design Modelling Symposium, and Advances in Architectural Geometry. His latest research focus is on embodied computation, the continuation of computation in the physical realm. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shell Structures for Architecture : Form Finding and Optimization

Routledge, 2014

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... Steering of form Axel Kilian The concept of steering of form is to be understood allow for the integration of other possibly non-struc- as an extension of form finding, which in turn is an tural constraints. extension of purely analytical...

Architectural perspectives

Axel Kilian

Axel Kilian is an Assistant Professor at the Princeton University School of Architecture. He previously taught Computational Design at the Department of Architecture at MIT and at TU Delft. In 2006 he completed a PhD in Design and Computation at MIT on design exploration. In addition he holds a Master of Science from MIT and a professional degree in architecture from the University of the Arts Berlin. Axel Kilian has lectured widely and published extensively. His publications include Architectural Geometry (2007) and he has been involved in many conference series such as SmartGeometry, Design Modelling Symposium, and Advances in Architectural Geometry. His latest research focus is on embodied computation, the continuation of computation in the physical realm. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Advancing Wood Architecture : A computational approach

Routledge, 2017

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... Architectural perspectives Axel Kilian School of Architecture, Princeton University, USA The potential for material- and technology-driven changes in timber architecture is large and is being explored in academic research, including...