19:00 - 20:30 29 November 2012
Location: The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL Royal Ear Hospital, Ground Floor, Capper Street (corner of Huntley Street), London, WC1E 6AP
Structure is connectivity in space, geometry and pattern. Through a series of projects realized over the last 15 years as a structural designer, Daniel Bosia will illustrate how the research into mathematics, physics, and other sciences can create new architectural expressions with intrinsic performances and efficiencies.
Daniel Bosia, head of PART Team at AKT, is a qualified structural engineer with an MSc in Engineering and Masters Degree in Architecture. He is professor of architecture and engineering and an expert in computational design. Formerly head of the AGU at Arup, he has over 15 years experience of working on complex, high-profile projects.