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Student Workshop in Bucharest

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Student Workshop in Bucharest

  On March 20-23, Nicolai Steinø held a parametric urban design workshop in Bucharest, Romania, by invitation from the Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism. Architecture students built their first parametric urban design skills in this 4-day intensive workshop, and some of them achieved impressive results.  

Student Works

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Student Works

  In the Spring of 2014, approximately 40 students from the Architecture and Design program at Aalborg University followed my parametric urban design course. Here are some interesting student works from the course.  

Guest Professor at Student Workshop

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Guest Professor at Student Workshop

  On May 9-10, 2014, Nicolai Steinø was invited to give a parametric urban design workshop to students attending the eCAADe International Workshop and Regional Conference at Bialystok University of Technology, Poland. At the end of the workshop, the results of the efforts of the students – most of whom had never written a design script before – were…

Article in Planum

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Article in Planum

  Nicolai Steinø and Esben Obeling has co-authored a research article with Karima Benbih, Virginia Tech University, Washington, which has been published in the italian academic online journal Planum. The Journal of Urbanism. no. 26, vol. 1, 2013. The article entitled “Using Parametrics to Facilitate Collaborative Urban Design: An Attempt to Overcome some Inherent Dilemmas”, was presented at the…

Invited Speaker at ESRI Seminar

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Invited Speaker at ESRI Seminar

  Nicolai Steinø, MA Arch, PhD, GDBA, is an associate professor at Aalborg University where he works with CityEngine in his research and teaching. He explores the software’s potential in relation to communicative design processes. Visualization of spatio-architectural aspects of urban space and scenario building are both central elements of user participation and interdisciplinary collaboration….

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