Curatorial Assistant Kathryn Zimmerhanzel sits down with Andrew Wit to talk about his work in robotic fabrication.
KZ: When considering robotic fabrication, my initial impression is something very detached and streamlined. Your projects seem almost to counter this, working in a way that introduces aspects of craft. Could you discuss how you came to this?... Read More
By Andrew Wit
As architectural tools and techniques progress towards more automated means of design and fabrication, architects and designers continue struggling to grasp the true design, fabrication, and workflow potentials possible through the integration of architectural robotics... Read More
Galveston-born T. R. Spence commissioned the construction of this new business after running his produce store from various home locations. He purchased the entire block north of French and south of Russell, building three homes on the north side of the block, and two businesses on the south. These commercial buildings faced a commercial plaza formed by the park, theatre, church, and school... Read More