2012 Praxis

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XEROHOUSE

Ecologics: issue 13, Praxis 2012
By Jason Kelly Johnson + Nataly Gattegno

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2012 Young Architects

IT'S DIFFERENT ARCHITECTURE

Young Architects 13, The Architectural League of New York, 2012
By Jason Kelly Johnson + Nataly Gattegno

ISBN 978-1616890575

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2012 SYNTHETIC DIGITAL ECOLOGIES

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SYNTHETIC DIGITAL ECOLOGIES

ACADIA Annual Conference, 2012
Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA)

By Jason Kelly Johnson, Edited by Nataly Gattegno

ISBN 978-1-62407-268-0

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2012 Prototype!

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LIVE MODELS

Prototype!, 2012
Julian Adenauer, Jörg Petruschat (eds.)
Prototype! Physical, virtual, hybrid, smart. 

Essay Jason Kelly Johnson + Nataly Gattegno

Taschenbuch: 320 Seiten
Verlag: form + zweck; Auflage: 1 (Juli 2012)
Sprache: Deutsch, Englisch
ISBN 978-3-935053-60-0

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2012 Dirt

LIVE MODELS

Dirt, MIT Press, 2012
By Jason Kelly Johnson + Nataly Gattegno

ISBN 978-0-262-51692-1

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2010 AD Territory

THE AURORA PROJECT

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN MAGAZINE #205,  2010

By Jason Kelly Johnson + Nataly Gattegno

ISBN 987-0470721650

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2009 Interactive Architecture

INTERACTIVE ARCHITECTURE

Princeton Architectural Press, 2009
Featuring Jason Kelly Johnson + Nataly Gattegno
By Michael Fox and Miles Kemp

ISBN 9781568988368 

 

Book Description

Interactive Architecture is a processes-oriented guide to creating dynamic spaces and objects capable of performing a range of pragmatic and humanistic functions. These complex physical interactions are made possible by the creative fusion of embedded computation (intelligence) with a physical, tangible counterpart (kinetics). A uniquely twenty-first century toolbox and skill setvirtual and physical modeling, sensor technology, CNC fabrication, prototyping, and roboticsnecessitates collaboration across many diverse scientific and art-based communities. Interactive Architecture includes contributions from the worlds of architecture, industrial design, computer programming, engineering, and physical computing. These remarkable projects run the gamut in size and complexity. Full scale built examples include a house in Colorado that programs itself by observing the lifestyle of the inhabitants, and then learns to anticipate and accommodate their needs. Interactive Architecture examines this vanguard movement from all sides, including its sociological and psychological implications as well as its potentially beneficial environmental impact.

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2009 Middle Out

MIDDLE_OUT

Taubman College, 2009
Featuring Jason Kelly Johnson + Nataly Gattegno

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Book Summary

Middle_Out is a volume cataloguing the work of University of Michigan Taubman College architecture faculty edited by Jason Young, associate professor of architecture. Young describes the book and its goals in his preface to the book:

"The Architecture Program at the UM is defined, in part, by the creative work done by design faculty through private practice. Inadequate on its own to fully account for the intensity of the school, these practices nevertheless pressurize the collective conversations within the curriculum. Middle_Out intends to celebrate and disseminate the design work of our faculty, emanating outward from the middle of Taubman College, of the discipline of architecture, of the country. Much of the work published here speaks to recent contexts of economy and geography in southeastern Michigan through small-scale, design+build projects. Simultaneously, there is a strong collection of projects that openly game with digital organization, fabrication, and assembly as it relates to projects of all scales."

The book is dedicated to Robin Wilson Carrier and Gordon R. Carrier, FAIA, B.S.'70, M.Arch.'81. The compilation of Middle_Out is simultaneously a testament to the strength of the faculty and an affirmation of the bond between Taubman College members present and past.

2009 Fellowships in Architecture

FELLOWSHIPS IN ARCHITECTURE

Oro Editions, 2009
Featuring Jason Kelly Johnson + Nataly Gattegno
By Monica Ponce de Leon

ISBN 978-0-9820607-3-5

Book Description

Fellowships in Architecture focuses on the projects of Fellows working from 1960 to the present, unfettered by corporate structure and the demands of the marketplace. Rather than confining itself to one architect's viewpoint, author Monica Ponce de Leon explores a panoply of architecture and design visions through the creations of nearly 60 cutting-edge talents, with an emphasis on three of the most important. The book draws on Fellows from the University of Michigan, the Muschenheim Fellowship, the Oberdick Project Fellowship, and others. A wealth of color photographs and illustrations are included.

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2009 Dimensions

XEROMAX: ROBOTS, PROTOTYPES, AND DESERT ECOLOGIES

Dimensions, issue 23, Taubman College 2009
By Jason Kelly Johnson + Nataly Gattegno

ISSN 1074-6536

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