Wallacei is continuously being taught in many academic and professional institutions worldwide. Through workshops and collaborations that vary in length and subject matter, we are very proud of the work created by students and professionals using Wallacei.
On this page is what we call the 'Showcase'; a gallery of a selection of work from the various Wallacei workshops or collaborations given by the Wallacei Team.
To join a workshop, keep an eye out on the Wallacei News page where we continuously advertise the upcoming workshops taking place.
To book a workshop, contact us here.
RC_18 // Bartlett // London
RC18 - Fab & Media Urbanism, led by Enriqueta Llabres and Zachery Fluker at the Bartlett in UCL, provides an opportunity for urban hacking, specifically, how to bridge across mass customisation of user products to pursue a collective project. The students applied Wallacei as part of RC_18’s research agenda, tackling high density urbanisation through tower clusters within London’s East-End Docklands. Click the social links on the right to learn more about RC18!
MSSM Associates // Kuwait
MSSM Associates, an internationally award winning architecture practice, applied Wallacei in the conceptual phase for their competition entry for the Kuwait Fund for Advanced Sciences Headquarters and Conference Center. The design team generated a population of 1,000 design solutions that were iteratively optimised for views, solar gain, ground floor entrances, floor area and density. Through Wallacei, MSSM and the Wallacei team selected 10 solutions for further analysis and development, through which one solution was selected and presented.
EmTech // AA School // London
The Emergent Technologies and Design program (EmTech), directed by Dr. Michael Weinstock with Studio Master Dr. Elif Erdine, at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, focuses on the dynamics of complex systems of the natural world, together with an identification of the operative spatial and temporal scales of their phenomena and their critical thresholds. The students applied Wallacei as part of EmTech’s research agenda to investigate and evolve given tower primitives towards a set of objectives derived from distinct environmental and geographical contexts through applications of evolutionary computation. Click the social links on the right to learn more about the EmTech Program!