Parametric software tools and 3D scanning create a new design aesthetic for the future in PSFK's Building Tomorrow Report

In every generation, there are a handful of technologies that fundamentally change how we create and interact with the world around us. Last year, the National Science Foundation allocated $213 million for multidisciplinary research in manufacturing focusing on new materials, smart systems, advanced manufacturing, and robotic technologies to help develop the next plastic or carbon fiber and find new applications for existing fabrication techniques.In Building Tomorrow: Trends Driving The Future of Design, a new report from PSFK Labs and Architizer, we explore some of the new technologies being tested to create futuristic designs.

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