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Henriette Bier

Henriette Bier has a degree in architecture from the University of Karlsruhe in Germany. She has worked with Morphosis (1999-2001) and ONL (2003) on internationally relevant projects in the US and Europe. She has been teaching and doing research at the Technical University Delft (TUD) since 2004, with a focus on digitally-driven architecture. Since finishing her PhD on System-embedded Intelligence in Architecture in 2008, she has been an assistant professor at Hyperbody, TUD.

Border Sessions 2014 - Wed, 12 Nov 2014

Concepts, techniques, and methods for designing and building non-standard and interactive architecture.
Hyperbody, directed by prof. ir. Kas Oosterhuis, is a research group at the Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology. The group develops concepts, techniques, and methods for designing and building non-standard and interactive architecture. It operates as the counterpart of Kas Oosterhuis’ architectural practice ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd] in Rotterdam and is exploring conditions when building components establish interactive relationships to each other, people and the surrounding natural or built environment. In such context, the building body becomes a hyperbody, a platform for participation, an instrument for users to interact, negotiate, and perform transactions between physical and virtual, natural and artificial.