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Neil Leach, Xu Weiguo (curators), ‘Design Intelligence: Advanced Computational Research’, 798, Beijing, 28 September 2013.

This is an exhibition documenting the most recent student work in advanced computational design methodologies. Exhibiting schools include SCI-Arc, UCLA, Yale, MIT, Harvard GSD, Columbia GSAP, RPI, U Michigan, USC, AA, Bartlett, ETH Zurich, TU Delft, DIA, IaaC, U Stuttgart, U Innsbruck, RMIT, SCUT, CAFA, Tongji University, Tsinghua University, South Eastern University, HKU.

 

Neil Leach, Philip Yuan (curators), ‘Interactive SHANGHAI’, CAUP Exhibition Space, Shanghai, 9 August 2013.

The exhibition included the work of a range of architectural practices and architectural schools, working on interactive technologies. Exhibitors include Philip Beesley (UoWaterloo), Greg Lynn (FORM), MIT, Harvard GSD, Dessau Institute of Architecture, IaaC, SCUT, Tongji University, Tsinghua University.

 

Neil Leach, Philip Yuan (curators), ‘DigitalFUTURES’, CAUP Exhibition Space, Shanghai, 2011.

The exhibition included the work of a range of architectural practices and architectural schools, placing a particular emphasis on new digital design and fabrication technologies. The architectural practices include: FORM, Gehry Technologies, Biothing, Kokkugia, Minifie Nixon, superManoeuvre, Zaha Hadid Architects, Specialist Modelling Group, Foster and Partners, Alvin Huang, Behrokh Khoshnevis, E-Grow, XWG ARCHI-Studio. Architectural schools include: AA, CAFA, CITA, Columbia GSAPP, USA; DIA, Harvard GSD, MIT, UPenn, RMIT, Tsinghua University, SCUT, Tongji University, Angewandte.

 

Neil Leach, Roland Snooks (curators), ‘Swarm Intelligence: Architectures of Multi-Agent Systems’, HKU Exhibition Space, Shanghai, 2010.

The exhibition included the work of a range of artists, architects and students working on the use of multi-agent systems as generative design tools. The architects included Zaha Hadid Architects, Biothing, Kokkugia, Specialist Modelling Group, Foster and Partners, R&Sie(n). The architectural schools include: AA, CITA, Copenhagen, Denmark; Columbia GSAPP, USA; TU Delft, DIA, U Penn; USC; Tsinghua University.

 

Neil Leach, Xu Weiguo (curators), ‘Machinic Processes’, 798 Space, Beijing, Architecture Biennial Beijing 2010.

 

The exhibition included the work of fifty-four architectural practices and twenty-six architectural schools, placing a particular emphasis on new digital design and fabrication technologies. The architectural practices include: FORM, Atelier Manferdini, Testa/Weiser, Ball Nogues, Material Systems Organization, Gehry Technologies, Biothing, Neri Oxman, Proxy, Ezio Blasetti, Kyle Steinfeld, Kokkugia, Minifie Nixon, Mesne, superManoeuvre, Offshore Studio, Code, Zaha Hadid Architects, Specialist Modelling Group, Foster and Partners, IJP, OCEAN, Ahlquist Fleishmann, Emtech Construction, Dempsey Huang, Florian Busch, Christopher Lee, Makoto Watanabe, Mutsuro Sasaki, Daisuke Hirose, Mass Studies, R&Sie(n), Behrokh Khoshnevis, Rupert Soar, Philip Beesley, Mor(e)PH/antifabric, Mathieu Lehanneur, MAD, XWG ARCHI-Studio, Beijing 3, NoDE, PURE, Sciskew, Super Nature, SPAN, Emmanuel Rufo, SubDV, Pablo Herrera, LAVA, Mette Thomsen, Christian Troche, moh architects, THEVERYMANY, P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, XEFIROTARCH. The architectural schools include: AA, Bartlett, Berlage, CAFA, CITA, Columbia GSAPP, TU Delft, DIA, Harvard GSD, IaaC, Kyoto University, MIT, Paris Maraquais, UPenn, Pratt Institute, Princeton University, Rice University, USC, RMIT, SCI-Arc; South-East University; Tsinghua University; UCLA; Angewandte; Yale University; ETH Zurich

 

Neil Leach, Xu Wei-Guo (curators), ‘(Im)material Processes: New Digital Techniques for Architecture’, 798 Space, Beijing 2008

 

 

The exhibition included the work of fifty-six architectural practices and twenty-six architectural schools, placing a particular emphasis on new digital design and fabrication technologies.

 

Architectural practices included: FORM, Atelier Manferdini, Testa/Weiser, Ball Nogues, Material Systems Organization, Gehry Technologies, Biothing, Neri Oxman, Proxy, Ezio Blasetti, Kyle Steinfeld, Kokkugia, Minifie Nixon, Mesne, superManoeuvre, Offshore Studio, Code, Zaha Hadid Architects, Specialist Modelling Group, Foster and Partners, IJP, OCEAN, Ahlquist Fleishmann, Emtech Construction, Dempsey Huang, Florian Busch, Christopher Lee, Makoto Watanabe, Mutsuro Sasaki, Daisuke Hirose, Mass Studies, R&Sie(n), Behrokh Khoshnevis, Rupert Soar, Philip Beesley, Mor(e)PH/antifabric, Mathieu Lehanneur, MAD, XWG ARCHI-Studio, Beijing 3, NoDE, PURE, Sciskew, Super Nature, SPAN, Emmanuel Rufo, SubDV, Pablo Herrera, LAVA, Mette Thomsen, Christian Troche, moh architects, THEVERYMANY, P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, XEFIROTARCH.

 

Architectural schools included: Architectural Association, UK; Bartlett, UK; Berlage, Holland; China Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing, China; CITA, Copenhagen, Denmark; Columbia GSAPP, USA; TU Delft, Holland; Dessau Institute of Architecture, Germany; ESARQ, Barcelona, Spain; Harvard GSD, USA; IaaC, Barcelona, Spain; Kyoto University, Japan; MIT Computation Group, USA; Paris Maraquais, France; University of Pennsylvania, USA; Pratt Institute, USA; Princeton University, USA; Rice University, USA; RMIT, Australia; SCI-Arc, USA; South-East University, China; Tsinghua University, China; UCLA, USA; Angewandte Institute of Architecture, Vienna, Austria; Yale University, USA; ETH Zurich, Switzerland.

 

 

Neil Leach, Xu Wei-Guo (curators), ‘Emerging Talents, Emerging Technologies’, Architecture Biennial Beijing 2006

 

The exhibition included the work of forty-eight architectural practices and twenty-four architectural schools, focusing on digital design.

Architectural practices included: Paul Andersen, Atelier Manferdini, Emergent, Gnuform, P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, XEFIROTARCH, Biothing + CONTINUUM, Axel Kilian, Neri Oxman, Michael Silver, Material Systems Organization, Ciro Najle + Responsive Systems, Advanced Group, Kokkugia, Tom Kovac, Lyons, Minifie Nixon, SIAL, Advanced Geomertry Unit, Arup, Specialist Modelling Group, Foster and Partners, IJP AKT, ocean D, ROEWU, Urban Future Organisation, ASPX, f-u-r, ReD, R&Sie(n), Rubedo, STEALTH (Un)limited, Lu Yang, MAD, Universal Architecture Studio, Wen Wu Architecture, Wang Yonggang, XWG ARCHI-Studio, AMBI STUDIO, EDH Design House, Hiroshi Nakamura and NAP Architect, JRK Urbano-Architectural Office, Studio 8 Architects, SYSTEMLAB, Mathias Klotz, Laboratory of Architecture, Metro a Metro, Nitsche Arquitectos, Oficina de Arquitectura, PRODUCTORA.

 

Architectural schools included: Architectural Association, UK; Bartlett, UK; Berlage, Holland; Columbia GSAPP, USA; Cornell University, USA; TU Delft, Holland; Dessau Institute of Architecture, Germany; Harvard GSD, USA; Kyoto University, Japan; MIT Computation Group, USA; Paris Maraquais, France; University of Pennsylvania, USA; Pratt Institute, USA; Princeton University, USA; Rice University, USA; RMIT, Australia; SCI-Arc, USA; South-East University, China; Tongji University, China; Tsinghua University, China; UCLA, USA; Angewandte Institute of Architecture, Vienna, Austria; Yale University, USA; ETH Zurich, Switzerland.

 

 

Neil Leach, Xu Wei-Guo (curators), ‘Fast Forward>>’, ‘Hot Spot’ and ‘Brain Cells’, A2 Exhibition of Avant-Garde Architecture, Architecture Biennial Beijing 2004

 

 

‘Fast Forward >>’ was an exhibition of individual avant-garde architects, including work by Asymptote (Hani Rashid, Lisa Anne Couture), Diller, Scofidio + Renfrew, RUR (Jesse Reiser, Nanako Umemoto), FORM (Greg Lynn), NOX (Lars Spuybroek), dECOi (Mark Goulthorpe) UN Studio (Ben van Berkel, Caroline Bos), Future Systems (Amanda Levete and Jan Kaplicky), KOL/MAC (Sulan Kolotan and Bill MacDonald), Karl Chu, Tom Kovacs and Takashi Yamaguchi. Installations were commissioned for the show from NOX, dECOi and KOL/MAC.

 

‘Hot Spot’ was a series of individual curated exhibitions of emerging practices from 10 cities – Los Angeles (Karl Chu, Kris Mun, Ludovica Tramontin), New York (Sulan Kolotan, Stefano Columbo), London (Ciro Najle), Tokyo (Takashi Yamaguchi), Moscow (Elena Gonzales), Melbourne (Mark Burry, Dominik Holzer), Ljubljana (Spela Videcnik), Hong Kong, Rome (Laurent Guttierez, Valerie Portefaix) and Mexico (Armando Hashimoto, Surella Segu).

‘Brain Cells’ was an exhibition of architectural research centres – AADRL (Brett Steele), Harvard GSD (Jeffrey Inaba), Bauhaus (Regina Bittner), Multiplicity (Stefano Boeri), Columbia GSAPP (Karl Chu), Ivrea (Ciccio Group), RMIT (Mark Burry).]

Co-curator (with Xu Wei-Guo) of ‘Under Construction’, Exhibition of work for Architecture Beijing Biennial 2004, Shchusev Architectural Museum, Moscow, Russia, August-September 2004.

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