Category Archives: iaac

Inside Fab Lab Barcelona and the IAAC: 3D printing for the people

Birthplace of the Fab City concept, and famous for art and architectural design, Barcelona is a thriving hub of creativity, and a European center for The Maker Movement. As a pilot model for the creative circular economy that is Fab City, the Poblenou district is Barcelona’s most concentrated area of maker and 3D printer related […]

First look at IN(3D)USTRY additive manufacturing hub Barcelona 2017

3D Printing Industry is in Barcelona this week covering the IN(3D)USTRY From Needs to Solutions Additive and Advanced Manufacturing Global Hub 2017. Taking to the Fira Barcelona conference center are 1,000 companies and 850 speakers from accross the industry including the European Space Agency (ESA), Local Motors, Airbus, the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia […]

Autodesk, Adidas and the IAAC to judge Fab Lab made RESHAPE 17 Programmable Skins competition

RESHAPE 17 is a digital fabrication competition, this year focusing on the microscopic structure of materials to make wearable tech. Facilitated by processes like 3D printing, the RESHAPE 17 …

Catalonian government to invest €28million in Barcelona Global 3D Printing Hub

The Catalonian government in Barcelona, Spain, is to invest €28 million (The equivalent of over $30m USD) into a Global 3D Printing Hub at the …

Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia takes a natural approach to on site 3D printing for construction

The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) based in Barcelona, Spain, is developing methods for large scale 3D printing that use unfired clay and …

Behind the 3D printed bridge: exclusive interview with Catalonian designers at IAAC

A collaboration between the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) in Barcelona, Spain, and ACCIONA, a company dedicated to Spain’s sustainable infrastructure, have pipped …

Spanier stellen 3D gedruckte Brücke auf

In der Stadt Alcobendas, nicht unweit von Madrid, wurde eine zwölf Meter lange 3D gedruckte Brücke aufgestellt. Die Brücke wurde gemeinsam mit dem Instituto de Arquitectura Avanzada de Cataluña (IAAC), dem Institut für moderne Architektur Katalonien, entwickelt und besteht aus acht Teilen. Die Brücke ist 1,75m breit, steht im Parque Castilla La Mancha von Alcobendas und kann ab sofort von […]

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