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2021-05-21 VENICE BIENNALE PALAZZO BEMBO European Cultural Center, Globl Arts Foundation, Participation.

New York Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and Design
Dean: Maria R. Perbellini
Curators: Marcella Del Signore, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa

Dean Maria Perbellini, Assistant Professor Marcella Del Signore and Associate Professor Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa will be participating of the group exhibition and installation Space, Time Existance as curators with students and faculty of the New York Institute of Technology at Palazzo Bembo, Venice, Italy. Exhibition Opening May 21 2020. and August 29 2020.

Exhibition Credits: Associate Professor Marcella Del Signore and Visiting Professor Sergio Elizondo Thesis Studio with NYIT SoAD Thesis Students: Bersibeth Pfel, Chenfei Cao, Stefan Eitnier, Harold Ramirez, Jairo Aguilar, Jimi Adeseun, Robert Nafie, Devora Schwartz, Zhuan Liang.

Installation Credits: Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa Thesis Studio: Benjamin Sather, Brianna Lopez, Ari Begun, Andres Carcamo, Isahiah Miller, Alexandra Pannichella, Karian Pena, Oluwayemi Oyewole, Peter Leonardi. Prof Lorenzo Eiroa students will develop aplying computational design to 3d printing an inmersive interactive installation.




December 9 2020 How is AI - Artificial Intelligence -  Changing Architecture - Interview to Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Director MS in Architecure Computational Technologies program

AI + architecture: Our MS in Architecture Computational Technologies Program featured in LifeWire including an interview on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Architecture to our Director Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, here are some quotations: AI architecture is such a hot field that the New York Institute of Technology is starting a new graduate program in Architecture, Computational Technologies.  "Instead of designing buildings, architects need rather to design the systems that inform the built environment," Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, an associate professor of architecture and director of the program, said in an email interview. "The contemporary architect designs algorithms, robotic systems, robots for construction, and even new materials, that inform architecture."

Interviews include Matias del Campo and others architects

Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa lecture at UNPHU Universidad Nacional Pedro Enriquez Urena in Domenican Republic. Online video available in Spanish. Arquitectura de la Computacion, Robotica y Materiales Video de teorica en espanol castellano

Data, Matter, Design
Strategies in Computational Design
Edited By Frank Melendez, Nancy Diniz, Marcella Del Signore

Book Chapter Publication

Ecoinduction III: Rezoning NYC Through Big Data: Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Alejandro Mieses Castellanos

Book Description

Data, Matter, Design presents a comprehensive overview of current design processes that rely on the input of data and use of computational design strategies, and their relationship to an array of outputs. Technological changes, through the use of computational tools and processes, have radically altered and influenced our relationship to cities and the methods by which we design architecture, urban, and landscape systems. This book presents a wide range of curated projects and contributed texts by leading architects, urbanists, and designers that transform data as an abstraction, into spatial, experiential, and performative configurations within urban ecologies, emerging materials, robotic agents, adaptive fields, and virtual constructs. Richly illustrated with over 200 images, Data, Matter, Design is an essential read for students, academics, and professionals to evaluate and discuss how data in design methodologies and theoretical discourses have evolved in the last two decades and why processes of data collection, measurement, quantification, simulation, algorithmic control, and their integration into methods of reading and producing spatial conditions, are becoming vital in academic and industry practices.

Table of Contents

Introduction Part 1 – Data, Matter, Design Chapter 1: Information Matters Chapter 2: Data and Computation Chapter 3: Data and Visualization Part 2 – Strategies for Data-Driven Projects 4: Data + Urban Ecologies • Urban Syncopation: Rematerializing the Sensorial City: Ila Berman, Mona El Khafif, Marcella Del Signore, Steven Beites, Marcella Del Signore • Ecoinduction III: Rezoning NYC Through Big Data: Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Alejandro Mieses Castellanos • Data (Are) Matter: Data, Technology, and Urban Design: Fábio Duarte and Carlo Ratti • DATAField: Data Infrastructure Through Water Ecologies: Marcella Del Signore, Cordula Roser Gray • Buoyant Ecologies: Computing Material Performance Across Scales: Adam Marcus Chapter 5: Data + Emerging Materials • Living Systems as Biological Data Sets for Form Finding: Nancy Diniz, Frank Melendez, Christine Marizzi • Bio Data x Matter in New York City: Wendy W Fok • Carbon Negative Building Materials: Reversing Climate Change Through Urbanization: Allison Dring, Daniel Schwagg • A New Material Vision: Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen, Paul Nicholas, Martin Tamke, Tom Svilans, CITA • Environmental Data Expressed Through the Dynamics of Fog and Air: Gyungju Chyon, John Stanislav Sadar Chapter 6: Data + Robotic Agents • Robotics as a Storytelling/Experience Medium (RAASEM): Using Robotics as a Cyberphysical Medium for Storytelling and User Experience: Ebrahim Poustinchi • Jammed Architectural Structures: Gergana Rusenova, Petrus Aejmelaeus-Lindström, Hannes Mayer, Fabio Gramazio, Matthias Kohler • Elytra Filament Pavilion: Achim Menges • Robological Sand Topologies: Mark Parsons, Aaron Beebe, Martin Orr, Greg Sheward, The Consortium for Research & Robotics, Pratt Institute • Urban Robotic Sensing Unit: Automated Process of Point Cloud Data Fusion for Urban Greenery Evaluation: Aldo Sollazzo, Eugenio Bettucchi Chapter 7: Data + Adaptive Fields • Detailed Behavior: Michael Szivos • Lightweave: Nataly Gattegno, Jason Kelly Johnson • Associative Agnosia: María Fullaondo, Lee-Anne Khor, Ciro Márquez • Thinking Forest Fabbed Fields: Carla Leitão, Ed Keller • Dancing the Sentiment Cocoon: Performing Collaborative Robotic Fabrication on Public Stage: Moritz Behrens, Konstantinos Mavromichalis, Ava Fatah gen Schieck Chapter 8: Data + Virtual Constructs • Bubbles: Optical Illusions of Volume: Ming Tang, Mara Marcu, Adam Schueler • Collaborative Fabrication in Mixed Reality: Gwyllim Jahn, Cameron Newnham, Nick van den Berg • Body Architectures: Blending Physical and Virtual Environments: Nancy Diniz, Frank Melendez, Sebastián Morales, Woraya Boonyapanachoti • Mille-Oeille: An Architectural Response to Zoos' Obsolescence in Post-Anthropocentric Times: Elena Pérez Guembe, Rosana Rubio-Hernández • Digital Heritage as a Route towards Social Engagement: Richard Laing, Marianthi Leon, Claire Herbert, Cheryl Roberts Chapter 9: Futures for Data and Design

Fall 2020 Events, registration necessary (zoom link TBC) archevents@nyit.edu

2020-09-16 New York Institute of Technology Lectures and Events Poster Fall 2020:


2020-06-27  to  07-03  DIGITAL FUTURES participation. New York Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and Design
will be participating in the Digital Futures. World event with talks, recorded lectures and workshops organized by Tongji University of Shangai, China organized by Phillip Yuan and Neil Leach. Digital Futures Workshop will be lead by Associate Dean Tom Verebes, Associate Professor Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and including Teaching Assistant Gabriel Munnich (e-Architects.net). The workshop inscription is open and is tuition free, and the professors are donating their time to contribute to the pandemic efforts in China and Asia. The workshop Big Data Dynamics will include survey and processing of Big Data to activate specific architecture agendas.

Digital Futures World include talks, workshops and recorded lectures by Peter Eisenman, Nicolai Ourousoff, Patrik Schumarcher, Wolf Prix, Tom Mayne, Hashim Sarkis, Nader Tehrani, Achim Menges, Sanford Kwinter, Jenny Sabin,  Rachel Armstrong, Neil Leach, Phillip Yuan, Ersela Kripa, Antoine Picon, Phillippe Morel,Matias del Campo, Sandra Manninger, Biayna Bogosian, Tom Verebes, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Liam Young, Claudia Pasquero, Marco Poletto, Gabriel Esquivel, Mariana Ibanez, Simon Kim, Mark Burry, Jose Luis Garcia del Castillo, Behnaz Farahi, Joseph Choma, Soomeen Hahm, Casey Rehm, Mike Xie, Nic Bao, Satoru Sugihara, Roland Snooks, Alisa Andrasek, Philippe Block, Areti Markopoulou, Alessio Erioli, Alessanro Zamparelli, Filippo Nasetti, Sina Mostafavi, giles Retsin, Pablo Herrera, Evangelos Pantazis, and many interesting experimental architects and theoreticians.

A One Week Series of 24/7 Free Online Workshops & Talks
June 27- July 03, 2020

As part of a global event comprising 70 workshops and a non-stop series of talks, NYIT SoAD Associate Professor Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Tom Verebes, will co-teach a workshop, BIG DATA DYNAMICS, representing NYIT SoAD in this important and unprecedented initiative. Open to students and design professionals worldwide, all workshops and talks are offered free of charge, in response to the Covid-19 crisis.

This initiative brings together these two themes, the Digital and the Future, to create an online platform for a continuous, week long series of talks and workshops, exploring every aspect of the potential impact of the digital on our lives. In so doing this initiative itself becomes an example of the new possibilities afforded by the digital.

As the 10th anniversary edition of the DigitalFUTURES series, DigitalFUTURES World will operate as a continuous 24/7 event, broadcast across the different time zones in the world, operating like a relay as each of the 3 time zones passes on the baton to the next time zone. But at the same time it will offer dedicated workshops with a coherent theme and carefully structured schedule taught by some of the most inspirational instructors in the world within each time zone.

The model proposed is inspired by the LiveAid concerts where musicians come together and donate their time for free for good causes. So too it is inspired by One World: Together at Home, Lady Gaga’s recent gesture of bringing some of the leading musicians together in their living rooms, and beaming a message of good will into other living rooms throughout the world. The model is also inspired by the Olympics, an event that has always sought to transcend political divisions and bring the world together. The 2020 Olympics had to be postponed as a result of the virus. The symbol of the Olympics consists of rings metaphorically bringing together the 5 continents. A meme of these rings being kept apart has been one of enduring images of the impact of the virus. This event seeks to bring the 5 continents back together again, similarly transcending political divisions.

3d scanning of Carlo Rainaldi Santa Maria in Campitelli, Rome, by Andrew Saunders (UPenn Grant), Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa (e-Architects NY), Mario Graziano Valenti (Sapienza University Rome). Rendering by Pablo Lorenzo Eiroa (Visiting Professor, Sapienza University, Rome) 2016

Digital Futures Workshop Final Review Associate Dean Tom Verebes, Associate Professor Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and Teaching Assistant Gabriel Munnich (e-Architects.net). Students: Yi Wang, Yimeng Zhu, Fatima Abenova, Kennedy Geraldo, Gabriel Cocalea. Final Review critics: Andrew Haas, Sandra Manninger, Sina Mostafavi, Marcella del Signore.



2020-06-01 Visiting Associate Professor Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa UIC Barcelona Biodigital Master Program workshop-studio 2020.


Invited Associate Professor Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa UIC Barcelona, NYIT Associate Professor, Studio-Workshop Summer 2020

The Studio first surveyed Gaudi Sagrada Familia in Barcelona through Big Data gathering and processing, understanding the act of survey as an initiator of the study-design. Understanding reading as a form of design, students surveyed, read, understand and expand upon discoveries of Sagrada Familia. Then the studio worked out latent relationships in the building through Big Data processing using dynamic structural simulation and optimization looking for latent repressed opportunities in the readings of the project. Therefore the studio, related form to structural performance through dynamic interactive computational systems. Students worked with several types of computational simulation, including Big Data survey, VR simulation, and evolutive simulations. The objective of the studio is to compare the original form of the surveyed building to a contemporary means to measure catenary forces, and from this analysis, critique, find problems and expand opportunities to displace, build up and expand upon Gaudi’s strategies.

 Workshop final review participants included Alberto Estevez, Tom Verebes, Nelson Montas, Niccolo Cassas, Matias del Campo.

Students: AL CHAMI, Khadija, ALONSO RAMIREZ, Natalia, DASARI, Surekha Srinivas, EID, Rakan Khaled Ali, FATTAHI, Mahmoud, KUPPILI, Rajesh, MABUZA, Tintswalo, MAKSOUD, Mohammed,  MÉSZÁROS, Pál, TAREK ELGAZZAR, Nadin, TIPNIS, Mruga


2020-06-05 Thursday June 4th 2020, 9am Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to give the Conference Closing Keynote Lecture "Informed Space-Environments" at the BIODIG 2020 4th International Conference for Biodigital Architecture and Genetics | RESIM 2020 Research on Sustainable and Intelligent Manufacturing, at the Universitat International d'Catalunya UIC, Barcelona, Spain. Conference Chair BIODIG 2020: Prof. Alberto Estevez; Conference Chairs RESIM 2020: Prof. Nuno Alves, Prof. Artur Mateus, Prof. Geoffrey Mitchell. International Peer Reviewing Committee and Panelists



2020-05-04 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to participate of Harvard University Graduate School of Design Student Lecture via web page publication statement (due to covid-19). Agency-Urgency, QUARANTINED, Design Research Forum (DRF) curated by Harvard GSD students Anirudh Gurumoorthy, Delara Rahim, Aditi Agarwal, Yashada Wagle, Jimmy Pan, Wilfred Guerron, Ryan Beitz, Aurora Jensen, Pameral Cabrera Pardo, Samuel Maddox, Stella Rossikopoulou Pappa, Nicolas Queijan. Online web lecture/statement publication to become a printed publication. Design Research Forum (DRF) is a student-run organization formed to highlight design research going on in and around the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Design research is the process of inquiry, ideation, iteration, and illustration that underpins and runs in parallel to the acts of planning, proposing, and implementing design. As such, this work is integral to the work of all students within the GSD but may not always be expressly examined or celebrated. It is in that void that DRF operates, working to facilitate a more complete and nuanced design discourse to the GSD community.

2020-05 Associate Professor Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's final thesis studio review at the School of Architecture and Design at The New York Institute of Technology "Informed Interscalar Fluidity" included thesis presentations and a discussion with students

Andres Carcamo: "Iconography Architecture"; Brianna Lopez: "Parametric Flow"; Peter Leonardi: "Structural Typologies"; Alexandra Panichella: "Material transitions: Feedback between the Analog and the Digital"; Ari Begun: "Spatially Interactive Light"; Oluwayemi Oyewole: "Structural Optimization"; Karina Pena: "Dynamics of Humidity and Temperature Advantages"; Isaiah Miller: "Sonic + Sensory"; Benjamin Sather: "[c]ellular Surfaces"

 with invited guest jurors Mario Carpo, Professor, Bartlett UCL, London, Cynthia Davidson, Director Anyone Corporation/Editor Log, NYC, Maider Llaguno Munitxa, Principal AZPML, London
Fred Levrat, Visiting Professor, Pratt Institute, NYC, Sandra Manninger, Assistant Professor of Practice, Taubman College, Ann Arbor, Alessandro Melis, Professor of Architecture and Innovation, Portsmouth School of Architecture, Galia Solomonoff, Associate Professor of Professional Practice, Columbia GSAAP, NYC, Matias del Campo, Associate Professor, Taubman College, Ann Arbor, Karl Chu, Professor UIC, Barcelona, Marcella Del Signore, Associate Professor NYIT, Ciro Najle, Dean, Di Tella, Buenos Aires, and Mario Graziano Valenti, Associate Professor, Sapienza University, Rome; From NYIT: Dean Maria Perbellini,  Associate Dean Tom Verebes, Associate Dean Anthony Caradonna, and Senior Advisor to the Provst and Professor Christian Pongratz

2020-05 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to participate of UPenn final reviews at Andrew Saunders Baroque Seminar implmenting Big Data through 3d scanning


2020-04-30 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to participate of New York INstitute of Technology Shool of Architecture and design Dean's Discussion Series, Crisis and Paradigm Shifts, moderated by tom Verebes and including William Pakmore and Brianna Lopez.


2020-04-01 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to participate of New York INstitute of Technology Designing Architectural Resseach Round Table and Exhibition Opening featuring some of the top experimental practitioners in architecture computation and robotics and health and design.



2020-03-05 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to participate of New York INstitute of Technology Barlett UCL Joint Review, including NYIT B.Arch Thesis Students and Barlett Graduate Arhcitectural Design BPro, with Professor Philippe Morel, Assistant Tutor Paul Poinet, Associate Professor Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Chair and Associate Professor Giovanni Santamaria, and Associate Dean and Professor Tom Verebes.

2020-02-20 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to participate of New York INstitute of Technology Hisory Theory Lecture Discussion The Populist Factor, Freddy Massad and Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, coordinated by Nader vougoussian and Sean Khorsandi



2020-Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to participate of New York INstitute of Technology Spring Lecture Series in multiple envents, including the launching of a new program and exhibition.

2019-10-30 Wednesday October 30 at 4pm Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to lecture at the Wolfram Technology Conference, Hilton Garden Inn, Champaign IL. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's research on architecture mathematics and computation will be presented at the 2019 Wolfram conference.

2019-10-04 Friday October 4 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to do the closing lecture for the EnCUCA 2019 International Symposium in Brasilia, Brazil at the School of Architecture of the Centro Universitario de Brasilia. The closing lecture of the Symposium "Form Follows Information" will discuss how to expand design authorship in computation by engaging with background processing and parameters (including ecology) that activate an emerging Architecture of Information. The lecture will focus on a design developed robotic large scale 3d printer which can be adapted to any site and a proposal for a real time informed ecological zoning for New York City (NYC).


2019-09-07 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to participate in "Superdigital Fast Track" Architecture Symposium, CEAC, Di Tella University, Aula Magna, Campus Di Tella: Av. Figueroa Alcorta 7350, Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Presentations include Ciro Najle, Paul Andersen, Manuel Mensa, Lucas Torres Agüero, Julián Varas, David Salomon, Eric Goldemberg, Mariana Ibañez, Simon Kim, Carolina Telo, Claudia Pasquero, Marco Poletto, Hernán Díaz Alonso, Andrew Pringle, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Juan Pablo Porta, Diego Arraigada, Lluís Viu Rebés, Jordi Pagès, Lluís Ortega, Anna Font, Leire Asensio Villoria, David Mah, Francisco Cadau. Introductions: Federico Bonessi, Camila Arretche, Santiago Rigoli, Melissa Pomsztein. Comments: Claudio Do Campo, Luciano Brina, Sebastián Gril, Santiago Giusto.



2019 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to lecture and conduct a studio project workshop at UIC Barcelona May 25-June 7th 2019. The workshop worked with Antoni Gaudi's structural models for Sagrada Familia, a basilica to be completed by 2026 in Barcelona. Using the opportunity to rethink its design as its gets built deviating from the original project, the studio worked on an analysis and latent relationships to displace the original design. The Studio worked from a form finding process using Big Data gathering and processing and designing through structural simulation and optimization.




2019 06 07  Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to lecture "The Politics of Big Data: From Survey to Ideal, Back to an Informed Realism" at UIC Barcelona May 25-June 7th 2019

2019 03-15 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa essay and applied research "The Post-Digital as Design Authorship in Informed Material Processes" published in: Instabilities and Potentialities, ed. Chandler Ahrens and Aaron Sprecher, Routledge Taylor and Francis, New York, 2019

Now that information technologies are fully embedded into the design studio, Instabilities and Potentialities explores our post-digital culture to better understand its impact on theoretical discourse and design processes in architecture. The role of digital technologies and its ever-increasing infusion of information into the design process entails three main shifts in the way we approach architecture: its movement from an abstracted mode of codification to the formation of its image, the emergence of the informed object as a statistical model rather than a fixed entity and the increasing porosity of the architectural discipline to other fields of knowledge. Instabilities and Potentialities aims to bridge theoretical and practical approaches in digital architecture. From the editors

Participants include: Introduction: Chandler Ahrens & Aaron Sprecher; Foreword: Georges Teyssot; Part 1 Images: Mark Linder,David Freeland and Brennan Buck, Dana Cupkova, Viola Ago, John Carpenter, Nicholas de Monchaux; Part 2. Objects: Chandler Ahrens & Aaron Sprecher, Martin Bressani, Volkan Alkanoglu, Thom Mayne, Alvin Huang, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Alessandra Ponte; Part 3 Disciplines: Chandler Ahrens & Aaron Sprecher, Laurent Stalder, Satoru Sugihara, Greg Lynn, Tom Shaked and Uri Dubin, Jose Sanchez, Theodora Vardouli; Postcript: Antoine Picon

 "The Post-Digital as Design Authorship in Informed Material Processes", Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's Introduction: "The current, digital-fabrication revolution is based on widespread adoption of complex, digital techniques, which contrasts with the seemingly impossible worlds conceived by the previous revolution. But, the proliferation of digital techniques ended up replacing personal design agendas. A strangesense of similar complexity was perceived in the indexing of the structural forms of common algorithms that were being applied across different design agendas and cultures. One can argue that this sense activated certain reactionary positions in architecture, which then tried to reclaim the essence of design culture – positions later identified as the post-digital. As critical recognition of such positions, the post-digital attitude can be understood in two different ways. One way frames the post-digital as a negative dialectic reaction by simply replacing the digital with an architectural culture independent from technology – an eclecticism that, interestingly, aims to construct a visual, critical synthesis out of a collage of cultural projects and techniques, and thereby reactivates a problematic post-modernism. The other way, frames the post-digital as an attempt to establish design authorship at higher levels of representation – an attempt that sought to engage with a deeper understanding of computation and to avoid visual historicism. This attempt was based on earlier efforts to recognize, and critique, the spread of computation as the emergence of a new renaissance1.By now, it is crucial to establish a retroactive and, simultaneously, a continuously expanding project for computation; we must critique both its wide spread structuralism and its cultural simplification. One cannot separate technology from culture, since revolutionary architecture necessarily involves critical integration and innovation at both levels. As part of this scenario, the cultural role of the architect necessarily changes: contemporary architects will engage with the coding of reality, expand design authorship to computational systems, and become more relevant in the development of new technologies. They will take uncomfortable leads, as architects so notably did during the Renaissance with perspective, by developing an architecture of architectures, and by expanding design authorship to the conditions and parameters that explicitly reference architecture. In other words, architects will confront the emerging definition of the architecture of information." Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa


2019 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to present an essay and research project at UPC ETSAB, Barcelona, Conference in May 29-31 of 2019 at the INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH GROUP IN ARCHITECTURE AND SOCIETY (GIRAS)
Av. Diagonal, 649-651, 5.2, 08028 Barcelona. FREEDOM TO DESIGN!
ARCHITECTURE AS A BRIDGE BETWEEN NATURE AND CULTURE. Conference Organization: Magda Saura; Professor, Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB) and
Josep Muntañola; architect and city planner, senior professor, founder of GIRAS Research Group.
Conference management: Rasoul Ameli, GIRAS, Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB)

2019 03-27 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to present his fabrication research: at The School of Architecture and Design at New York Institute of Technology

Organizers: Dustin White, Director Digital Technologies and Fabrication, NYIT School of Architecture and Design; Pavlina Vardoulaki, Visiting Professor, NYIT School of Architecture and Design and Co-Founder and Creative Director, Designmorphine

Keynote: Theodore Spyropoulos, Director Design Research Laboratory, AA School of Architecture and Co-Founder and Director, Minimaforms

Lecturers: Volkan Alkanoglu, Director Computational Design, Nike Nxt Innovation and Principal, Volkan Alkanoglu; Robert Stuart-Smith, Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania and Co-Founder, Kokkugia; Li Chen, Creative Coder, Studio Bitonti and Member, Designmorphine; Maria Alejandra Rojas, Adjunct Faculty, NYIT School of Architecture and Design and Member, Designmorphine; Dustin White, Director Digital Technologies and Fabrication, NYIT School of Architecture and Design; Pavlina Vardoulaki, Visiting Professor, NYIT School of Architecture and Design and Co- Founder and Creative Director, Designmorphine; Pablo Lorenzoeiroa, Associate Professor, NYIT School of Architecture and Design and Principal, e-Architects; Marcella Del Signore, Associate Professor, NYIT School of Architecture and Design and Principal, X-Topia


2019 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa publication "Architecture of Information" in: SUPERDIGITALISMOS, Edited by Ciro Najle​, Revista Notas #42, CPAU, Buenos Aires 2019.

EXCERPT: ..."Computation has been understood in this context as a top-down means of structuring of reality, where technology is seen as opposite to cultural values. However, new technologies are capable to propose new lenses to understand reality, sometimes transforming the disciplines and even the cultural values behind them. The relationship between computation and architecture has gone through multiple phases, but lately architects have simply been working with the latest representational and fabrication technologies, exploring their ranges of possibilities instead of thinking them as proto-architectural".  Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa on "Site-Specific Adaptable Robotic 3d Printer and e-Chaise Longue", e(eiroa) - Architects, Design Principal, R/D: Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Designers, R/D: Gabriel Munnich, Yaoyi Fan, Pablo Toubes-Rieger, Nelson Montas.


2019 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa peer review publication "Data and Politics of Information: Rezoning New York City through Big Data" Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Associate Professor NYIT in: Data, Architecture and the Experience of Place, Edited by Anastasia Karandinou​, Routledge, London 2019.

ABSTRACT: In the neoliberal model of urban development, policy makers have displaced architects and urbanists in planning and designing cities, or at least, one could argue, architects and urbanists have been removed from key decisions. In many cases, the implicit claim is that the market decides the form of the city. Architects have been criticised for designing cities from top-down structuring visions, apparently proposing autonomous, unrealistic ideas. But the result of this process perhaps escapes the personal agendas of policy makers, who often end up following autonomous managerial real-estate parameters, which by default arrive at defining land ownership rights, zoning regulations, parks, infrastructure, transportation, the city fabric, the city block, and predominant building typologies. Moreover, financial parameters ended up defining urban uses without addressing architecture and urbanism as a field of study and disregarding previous revolutions in urbanism such as health, public space, and the integral relationship of cities with the environment. While this neoliberal ideology pressures public space, parks, and the environment, turning them into commodities, it seems that a clear, politically urban position today would be to activate and expand urban voids and promote latent ecologies. These issues are discussed through an academic-studio research that aims to understand the contemporary city as a topologically continuous space-environment, proposing transformations of the overall structure of New York City by specific accumulative interventions, gathering, processing, and transforming Big Data including fluid-dynamic information. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa

2019 02-27 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to present his computational research: "(Un)Programming De-Sign In:Formation" at The School of Architecture and Design at New York Institute of Technology, curated by Marcella Del Signore, introduced by Anthony Caradonna and including presentations by Naomi Frangos, Christian Pongratz, Tom Verebes, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, and Pavlina Vardoulaki


2019-01  Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa new peer review publication: "Multidimensional Space: From Perspective to Big Data", Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Associate Professor NYIT, in: The Influence of Representation and Ideation Tools in Architecture, Editors: Marcos, Carlos L. (Ed.)​, Springer 2019. https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319937489 The publication was part of my presentation as invited lecturer at the conference:

The essay "From Perspective to Big Data" is included and indexed in the conference proceedings via Springer.  The EGA Journal has been recognized by the ANECA (National Agency of Quality and Accreditation) as an impact journal, evaluable in the concession of the research periods (CNEAI) and the different university teaching accreditations in Spain, as its articles are included in the international databases such as the Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals -Columbia University, Arts and Humanitis Citation Index -Current Contents, W.O.S., the Architectural Publications Index -RIBA, , Hollis Catalog (Harvard University) or the Barton Catalog (MIT). Keynote Speakers include Peter Eisenman, Alberto Campo Baeza, Gernot Riether, and invited lecturers include Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Liss C Werner, Angel Garcia Codoner and Jose Franco Toboado.

ABSTRACT: Architecture has historically led spatial representation. The question is why architecture does not have an active role in the contemporary investigations over conceptions and developments on multidimensional spaces. Computation has established new representational paradigms that can be compared to the revolution of perspective in the Renaissance. But architects have now limited authorship in the current digital revolution that is transforming systems of representation that they work with every day. The essay is based on latent problems of multidimensional spatial projection from the development of linear perspective in the Renaissance to the complexity of multidimensional representation in the Baroque. The essay explores higher dimensional space in computer representation by displacing conventional spatial projection methods, from perspective, to topology, to big data processing. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa


2019-02-27 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to participate in the SoAD at NYIT Lecture Series (Un) Programming

2019-03-27 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to participate in the SoAD at NYIT Lecture Series Automation in Design


2018-06 e(eiroa)-Architects Site Specific 3D-Printer and e-Chaise Longue, featured in the European Cultural Centre Catalogue Venice 2018


2018-08 e(eiroa)-Architects Site Specific 3D-Printer and e-Chaise Longue, featured in an article at NYIT School of Architecture.


2018 e-Architects' House IIb, phase I completed construction in Shinnecock HIlls, Southampton, NY. Phase I, XYZ Cartesian reference typology.


2018 11 28 Ben Van Berkel, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Monica Ponce de Leon and Jens Holms to lecture at the New York Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and Design, SoAD, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to moderate conversation with Monica Ponce and Jens Holms.

e-Architects' Site Specific 3d Printer and eChaise Longue Exhibited in Bugaik International Exhibition, Korea, 2018. e-Architects Research and Development: Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Gabriel Munnich, Yaoyi Fan, Pablo Toubes-Ruges, Nelson Montas


Site-Specific "Spider" 3d Printer and e-Chaise Longue

2018-05-24/25 (private) and 26/27 (public) e (eiroa)-Architects has been invited to participate of the XVIth International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia "Freespace" Venice Architecture Biennale 2018, collateral event "Time Space Existence" curated by GAA Foundation and the European Cultural Centre at Palazzo Bembo, SOLO ROOM EXHIBITION: "e-Chaise Longue and Site Specific 3d Printer" by e (eiroa)-Architects; Design Principal and Research: Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa; Designers and Research: Gabriel Munnich, Yaoyi Fan, Pablo Roubes-Rieger, Nelson Montas, Zhiyi Cheng, Yilan Chong +ADG Engineering (Aamer Islam).

Pre-Opening VIP, Sponsors and Friends: May 24-25 please RSVP to all@e-architects.net Official Exhibition Opening is on May 26 and 27 Palazzo Bembo, Canal Grande, Venice, Italy.  Riva del Carbon # 4793, 30124 Venezia, Italy. Catalog publication and pamphlet (temporary image below WIP).  Closing Reception (RSVP) Sunday November 25th, 2018 at 5pm.

GAA Foundation and European Cultural Centre curators at Palazzo Bembo, Palazzo Mora participants include, among others: Peter Eisenman, Fumihiko Maki, Odile Decq, Ideal Spaces, Mark Harris, Jean-Paul Viguier, Nikken Sekkei, SOM and Kengo Kuma, and a monumental project by Daniel Libeskind. Palazzo Mora presents the research of many universities together with a large variety of photography presentations and international studio projects such as SOM Chicago and the Mies van der Rohe Foundation. In addition the Mies van der Rohe Foundation at Palazzo Mora will present the YTAA Award. Curators and Organizers: Rachele de Stefano, Alesia Varnaeva, Valeria Romagnini, Lucia Pedrana,
Elena Volpato, Bianca Bonaldi, Rocco Schenkel, Bérénice Freytag, Ilaria Marcatelli.

The exhibition project will present to the public the first site-specific adaptable 3d printer, designed by the team. This 3d printer does not depend on an external structure for operations, like a spider it can be adapted to existing large-space conditions, such as building walls, party walls, and other pre-existing conditions thanks to its unique adaptable tensegrity structure that tensions a robotic parallel cable-driven mechanism stabilized by an extensible arm. This unique design is flexible to a variable amount of conditions allowing a larger printable volume, since it can be adapted to exterior conditions, can be increased in scale to larger site-specific conditions, including the future possibility of construction of a house or a larger party wall building. It can also be adapted to depend on a structure if conditions are not met, such as in the construction of a tower structure or an isolated object, giving more flexibility to the system and its designs.

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2018-09-01 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's recent article "The Post-Digital: Expanding Design Authorship" review of Greg Lynn's "Archeology of the Digital: Complexity and Convention" Exhibition at Yale University School of Architecture Gallery was published at YALE University CONSTRUCTS, ed. Nina Rappaport, Fall 2017


2018-02-07 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa will lecture at New York Institute of Technology NYIT, the lecture entitled: "Architecture In Formation: The Post-Digital as Design Authorship" features the experimental practice e-Architects and research work at The Cooper Union in the context of the book Architecture in Formation co-edited by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and Aaron Sprecher. This lecture is part of the lecture series at NYIT curate by NYIT Dean Maira Perbellini and Associate Professor Naomi Frangos



2018-05-24/25/26/27 e (eiroa)-Architects has been invited to participate of the XVIth International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, 2018; "Freespace" Venice Architecture Biennale La Biennale Di Venezia, 2018 collateral event at Palazzo Bembo "Time Space Existence" in the group exhibition "Data and Matter" curated by Marcella Del Signore, Nancy Diniz, Frank Melendez. Group Exhibition "Rezoning NYC through Big Data" by e (eiroa)-Architects; Design Principal and Research: Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa; Designers and Research: Alejandro Mieses Castellanos, Tamara Orozco Rebozo, Francis Egipciaco Cruz, Linnette Guitierrez Ortiz USDA-CIG-69F35217-268  (temporary image below WIP).

Official Exhibition Opening is on May 26 and 27 Palazzo Bembo, Canal Grande, Venice, Italy. Riva del Carbon # 4793, 30124 Venezia, Italy.Catalog publication and book publication 2018.

Participants include: Ila Berman, Mona El Khafif, Marcella Del Signore, Steven Beites BBDE; University of Virginia, New York Institute of Technology, Ryerson University / Carla Leitao and Ed Keller,
AUM Studio, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Parsons School of Design / Elena Perez Guembe and Rosana Rubio Hernandez, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute / Jason Kelly Johnson + Nataly Gattegno
Future Cities Lab, California College of the Arts / Gyungju Chyon and John Stanislav Sadar, Little Wonder Studio, Parsons School of Design and Swinburne University of Technology / Mara Marcu, Ming Tang, and Adam Schueler
University of Cincinnati / María Fullaondo and Lee-Anne Khor + Diego Fullaondo and Ciro Márquez, Monash University + Deakin University / Marcella Del Signore and Cordula Roser Gray,
New York Institute of Technology and Tulane University / Michael Szivos, SOFTlab Studio, Pratt Institute / Nancy Diniz, Frank Melendez and Christine Marizzi, Augmented Architectures Studio
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, City College of New York and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory/DNA Learning Center / Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Alejandro Mieses Castellanos,  Tamara Orozco Rebozo, Francis Egipciaco Cruz, Linnette Guitierrez Ortiz, e (eiroa)-Architects, The Cooper Union / Wendy W Fok
WE Designs Studio, Parsons School of Design







2018-04-15 e-Architects | eiroa Architects | Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa has been invited to lecture and participate as a competition juror at Princeton University Ideathon, a student lead conference including a city ideas competition for students. Princeton university, Sustainable City of the Future, Ideathon, 12pm Guyot Hall, Guyot 10 Auditorium


Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa associated architect with Francisco Cadau, Manuel Galvez and Fernando Gimenez, with project architects Santiago Pages and Florencia Rausch Vicente Lopez Shore Park (Parque Costero Vicente Lopez) developed between 1998-2000 is to be included in the XVIth Venice Biennale, Argentina Pavilion, Arsenale, Venice, Italy


2017-10-16 e-Architects | Prof. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa research work at The Cooper Union on Rezoning New York City through Big Data selected after an open competition to be exhibited at the Municipal Arts Society MAS 2017 Summit Exhibition, The Morgan Library and Museum, 255 Madison Ave, New York, NY


2018-07 Open Call for Essay Submissions at Dn (dienne) Building Information Modeling Data and Semantics Publication edited by Tommaso Empler and Massimiliano Lo Turco. Scientific Associate Editors include Mario Graziano Valenti from Sapienza University in Rome. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa among others is part of the Editorial Board.


2018-06-04-08 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, e-Architects to direct a workshop at UIC Barcelona, Spain. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and students will aim to develop a 1:1 full scale pabillion at the UIC Campus in Barcelona, 3d scanning and replicating Gaudi's catenaries


2018-05-30 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, e-Architects to give Conference Lecture Opening "From Perspective to Big Data" as an invited guest lecturer at the XVII International Congress EGA 2018 (Architectural Graphical Expression Biannual Conference), University of Alicante, Spain May 30-June1 2018 chaired by Carlos L. Marcos and faculty of the University of Alicante. Round table discussion with with keynote lecturers and conference scientific committee members included Peter Eisenman, Alberto Campo Baeza, Antonio Millan, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and Carlos L. Marcos. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa was also part of the Conference Scientific Committee.

The essay "From Perspective to Big Data" is included and indexed in the conference proceedings via Springer.  The EGA Journal has been recognized by the ANECA (National Agency of Quality and Accreditation) as an impact journal, evaluable in the concession of the research periods (CNEAI) and the different university teaching accreditations in Spain, as its articles are included in the international databases such as the Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals -Columbia University, Arts and Humanitis Citation Index -Current Contents, W.O.S., the Architectural Publications Index -RIBA, , Hollis Catalog (Harvard University) or the Barton Catalog (MIT). Keynote Speakers include Peter Eisenman, Alberto Campo Baeza, Gernot Riether, and invited lecturers include Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Liss C Werner, Angel Garcia Codoner and Jose Franco Toboado.





2018-05-30 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Advanced Master Graduate Studio "Info Urbanism" at The Cooper Union to be exhibited at the End of the Year Show. Opening Tuesday May 22, 6pm Houghton Gallery, located at the Second Floor of the Foundation Building, the Cooper Union, 7 East 7th Street, New York, NY 10003 USA. Free and unrestricted public entrance. Students include: Shantanu Bhalla, Chu-Yun Cheng (JULIAN), Farnoosh Farmer, Fengqi Li (FRANK), Shang-Wei Lin (WAYNE), Jose Mateluna Perez, Marcela Olmos Perez, Joseph Raffin, Samriddhi Sharma (SAM). Special thanks to  Jose Mateluna Perez and Shang-Wei Lin (WAYNE) for their assistance with the EOYS preparation. EOYS announcement featuring Prof. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa (coordinator), James Lowder and Katerina Kourkuola Fall 2011 Design II Cartopological Studio

2018-01-10/13 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, e-Architects to exhibit "Multidimensional Space - House IIB" in American Mathematical Society, Annual Bridges Conference, Join Mathematics Meetings JMM in Mathematical Art Gallery, January 10-13 2018 , San Diego, CA


2018-02-23 / 24 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to lecture and coordinate a workshop at Universidad Catolica de Puerto Rico, Ponce. Invitation and coordination Alejandro Mieses

2017 Older previous posters of cancelled event due to Hurricane



2018 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's House II Version B Multidimensional Space was published at the ACSA (Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture) JAE (Journal of Architecture Education) Volume 72, March 2018 by Aaron Sprecher.

Aaron Sprecher (2018) Multidimensional Space: -X, X -Y, Y -Z, Z, Journal of
Architectural Education, 72:1, 174-175, DOI



2018-02-28/29 10am Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to lecture and coordinate a workshop with Assistant Professor Nelson Montas at Universidad Central del Este, Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana. Invitation and coordination Director Francesco Gravira

2018-02-28/29 10am Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa workshop with Assistant Professor Nelson Montas at Universidad Central del Este, Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana. Invitation and coordination Director Francesco Gravira and students of the UCE and Santo Domingo University. Photos Adolfo Sesto



2017 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's exhibits East Uruguay Groundscraper Project after a peer review competition submission in Bugaik International Architecture Exhibition, Korea. e-Architects' Groundscraper for East Uruguay is a topographical residential project ranging from apartment units to houses. Exhibition curators include Professors Inhee Lee. November 2017, Busan, Korea.


2017-06 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's Advanced Graduate Studio at The Cooper Union curated and coordinated with Dean Nader Tehrani a series of invited guests lectures for the M.Arch II Program. The urban studio developed ideas for an Urbanism of Information, for which urban subjects and architecture theory was discussed in tandem with computational discussions and investigations. The lectures discussed a range of themes around the city and urbanism including: "Death and Life of Italian Architecture" by Pippo Ciorra, Architect, Critic and Professor, Senior Curator Architecture Maxxi Museum in Rome and Professor at University of Camerino; "The Generic Sublime" by Ciro Najle, Dean and Professor of the School of Architecture and Urbanism of Universidad Di Tella in Buenos Aires and author of The Generic Sublime; "Rape New York" by Jana Leo de Blas, Artist and Curator resident in New York City, Author of book Rape New York; Liss C. Werner, Assistant Professor, Technical University of Berlin and editor of the book Cybernetics: State of the Art, Technical University of Berlin Press, Berlin.



2017-06 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's workshop "Big Data Survey Informing Design" at UIC, Barcelona Biodigital Master Program final review took place on June 7 2017, under Director Alberto Estevez with teaching assistants Gabriel Munnich and Yaoyi Fan. Final Review Guest Reviewers included: Alberto Estevez, Karl Chu, Zbigniew Oksiuta and Christoph Klemmt. Workshop Students included: CIUREL, Silvia; DRAGOS, Brescan; JUÁREZ, David Gabriel;MARTIN, Perry; MEMIşOğLU, Mısra; MOURADIAN, Never; NABBOUH, Nemer; RAHMANI, Tarek; SÖNMEZ, Cemal; TABIKH, Fouad; VANHOEGAERDEN, LucieMarthe F; WARANG, Angad. 


2017-05-30 / 06-07 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to lecture at UIC, Barcelona to deliver lecture on digital architecture based on measurement and Big Data gathering in design. Biodigital Master Program, Director Alberto Estevez. Carrer de la Inmaculada 22, 08017, Barcelona, Spain


2017-06-07 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to deliver Keynote Lecture at UIC Barcelona, Spain at 3rd Biodigital Architecture and Genetics International Conference. June 7 2017.


2017-05-30 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa will be a visiting associate professor at UIC, Barcelona working on a research fabrication workshop informed by measurement and Big Data gathering. Biodigital Master Program, Director Alberto Estevez. Carrer de la Inmaculada 22, 08017, Barcelona, Spain

2017-03 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's Groundscraper exhibition is currently up at The School of Architecture of The Cooper Union, at the Dean's Wall. This exhibition is part of a fund raising initiative by Dean Nader Tehrani to support the free tuition policy at The Cooper Union. The exhibition of this project is carried out to represent some of the ideas developed at  ARCH 177/482B course lead by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa where students develop the means and conditions to represent, draw and build their own projects. From coding, to fabrication, the Groundscraper exhibition project is phased through several means of actualizing the conditions that the project activates: from diagrams that activate the coding implemented to create the informed field reacting to the existing topography of the site; to a digitally fabricated series of model-drawings-inscriptions that activate the spatial qualities and logic of the project. The drawing exhibited progressively becomes a physical model, by expanding dimensionally the topography of the project activating the figuration of the project, tensioning the canvas-frame of the exhibition.

The technology implemented (CNC milling machine) to work out the model-drawings-inscriptions was developed by Pablo Lorenzo Eiroa (from Las Grutas Project for Uruguay) with the assistance of students at The Cooper Union: Gabriel Munnich and Yaoyi Fan and from research carroed on from ARCH 177-482 computer course lead by Prof. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa "Machines to Draw and Build".  For more information on these themes: Groundscraper Project East Uruguay; Arch 177-482B; machines to draw and build




2017 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's recent article on the critical relationship between Typology and Topology was published in the book The Generic Sublime. Organizational Models for Global Architecture by Ciro Najle, Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Actar, 2016. The book includes essays by Ciro Najle, Mohsen Mostafavi, Iñaki Abalos, Charles Waldheim, George L. Legendre, David Salomon, Paul Andersen, Lluís Ortega, Leire Asensio Villoria, David Mah, Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Alberto Delorenzini, Marcia Krygier, Julián Varas, Erika Naginski, Hiromi Hosoya, Farshid Moussavi, and Anna Font.

2017 03 24 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's  research "Rezoning New York City through Big Data" won a blind peer review process to present at the international interdisciplinary conference: "Between Data and Senses, Architecture, Neuroscience and the Digital Worlds", organized by University of East London and supported by ARUP, RIBA and the Museum of Architecture in London, UK. Conference Led by Dr Anastasia Karandinou. Organising committee: Dr Bridget Snaith, Alan Chandler; Conference support: Negar Ahmadpour. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's presentation in a plenary session is on Friday March 24th at 11am.



2016 11 17 3pm Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to lecture at Rice University School of Humanities Seminar, invited by Farès el-Dahdah


2016 Monday October 31, 7.30pm, The Cooper Union 3rd Floor Lobby Roundtable Discussion: "Advancing Architecture Discourse, a Conversation with Patrik Schumacher" with Nader Tehrani and Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa.

2016 November Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's exhibits Osaka Umeda District Competition after a peer review competition submission in Bugaik International Architecture Exhibition, Korea. Exhibition curators include Professors Inhee Lee. Exhibition November 2016. e-Architects' Osaka Competition Submission for the Umeda District in Osaka Japan proposes a double building topology to cross relate ground surface and skyline. Ground and skyline displace and critique each other composing different architecture opportunities. The project develops underground functions such as cultural centers and commercial retail, but the void of the original site is kept almost intact, keeping the city fabric at the street level and developing a green public park. The Osaka Competition was submitted in 2013 after wining a portfolio competition invited by Kengo Kuma and Jusuke Obuchi.

2016 10 THE COOPER UNION: Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to present research work on panel "Innovation and Experimentation at Cooper Union". The Great Hall, Saturday November 22, 2.30pm. 7 East 7th Street, New York, NY 10003.

2016 08 REVISTA PLOT 06 Detalles Constructivos: Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa contributed to a special number in Revista PLOT discussing the relationship between information processing and information materialization and how to secure higher levels of authorship in the expanding role of the architect through interfaces for drawing and building including machinic processes. This editorial contribution included an article authored by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, an interview from ACADIA 2010 to Nader Tehrani by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Aaron Sprecher and Shai Yeshayahu and a book excerpt from the chapter Material Information from the book Architecture in Formation, ed. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and Aaron Sprecher, Routledge, London 2013.

2016 08 REVISTA PLOT 06 Detalles Constructivos. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's article :"Expanding Authorship Between Drawing and Building" published in PLOT 06 Detalles Constructivos, ed. Florencia Medina, August 2016. This article discusses theoretical and experimental issues featuring professional work from Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa at e-Architects | eiroa Architects and academic research developed at The Cooper Union. The article intends to deconstruct the relative authorship of architects designs when using software programs, interfaces, conventional algorithms and common information processing techniques, this time applied to recursive machines to draw and build, such as recursive CNC machines, 3d printers and Robotic Arms. The articles historically discusses the evolution of these issues in regards to materiality intending to expand dimensions between drawing and building, redefining these disciplinary categories.

Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa publico en Revista PLOT el articulo: "La expansion del concepto de autoria entre el dibujo y la construccion", Revista PLOT, ed. Florencia Medina, Agosto 2016. En este artículo se describen problemas teóricos y experimentales del trabajo profesional en e -Architects | Eiroa architects del autor y  de su investigación académica desarrollada en The Cooper Union. El artículo tiene la intención de deconstruir la autoría relativa que los arquitectos tienen en sus diseños cuando utilizan programas de software, interfaces, algoritmos convencionales y tecnicas de procesamiento de la información comunes, pero esta vez aplicado a máquinas recursivas para dibujar y construir, tales como máquinas de control numérico o CNC, impresoras  3d y brazos robóticos. En este artículo se analiza la evolución histórica de estas cuestiones en lo que respecta a la materialidad, expandiendo dimensiones entre dibujo y construccion, redefiniendo estas categorias disciplinares.

2016 08 REVISTA PLOT 06 Detalles Constructivos:  "On the Abstraction of Information and the Physical Tectonic of Materials" interview to Nader Tehrani by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Aaron Sprecher and Shai Yeshayahi originally published in English in the ACADIA 2010 Conference Proceedings, translated to Spanish by the request of PLOT. This interview discusses interesting problems on the way Nader Tehrani works both using the implicit material forces in the materials he uses to inform his installations, but also works resisting the logic of these materials used by both layering intrinsic and extrinsic information. 

2016 08 REVISTA PLOT 06 Detalles Constructivos: "Sobre la abstracción de la información y la tectónica física de los materiales" entrevista a Nader Tehrani, por Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Aaron Sprecher y Shai Yeshayahu. Esta entrevista discute problemas en relacion a como Nader Tehrani trabaja de dos modos, tanto usando las fuerzas implicitas en los materiales como resistiendo la logica de los materiales con los que trabaja en sus instalaciones, superponiendo capas de informacion intrinsecas y extrinsecas al proyecto.

2016 08 REVISTA PLOT 06 Detalles Constructivos: "Architecture In Formation" ed. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa and Aaron Sprecher, Routledge, London 2013; book excerpt translated to Spanish of Chapter 5 Material Information. Material Information focuses on the extensive aspects of information systems through an investigation of the various processing logics derived from forces acting upon materials – even as these systems challenge categories and intuitive assumptions. This chapter is introduced with an interview to Ciro Najle by the editors and discusses experimental projects with short essays by Nader Tehrani - NADAAA, ATVL-Morphosis, RUR Reiser+Umemoto, Philip Besley and Roland Snooks. The hapter is finalized with an essay by Achim Menges.

2016 08 REVISTA PLOT 06 Detalles Constructivos: “Arquitectura en (in) formación. Sobre la naturaleza de la información en la arquitectura digital” ed. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa y Aaron Sprecher, Routledge, London 2013; fragmento sobre el capitulo 5 Informacion Material. Este capitulo se focaliza en los aspectos extensivos de los sistemas informaticos. A traves de investigaciones de logicas de procesamiento de la informacion varias derivadas de las fuerzas que actuan en los materiales, se discuten procesos lineales y no lineales que incluso resisten las categorias e intuiciones asumidas a priori. Este capitulo comienza con una entrevista a Ciro Najle por los editores del libro y contiene proyectos experimentales de Nader Tehrani - NADAAA, ATVL-Morphosis, RUR Reiser+Umemoto, Philip Besley y Roland Snooks. El capitulo es finalmente enmarcado con un ensayo por Achim Menges.

2016 09 15 6pm Exhibition Opening: Associate Professor Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa's Graduate Research Studio M.ARCH II with Assistant Professor Dorit Aviv and Instructor Will Shapiro will be exhibited in the School of Architecture of The Cooper Union Master of Architecture II Graduate Thesis, coordinated by Diana Agrest from September 15-30. The studio dealt with a new zoning for New York City in relation to environmental forces using Big Data. The Show is exhibited in the Houghton Gallery in the Second Floor of the Foundation Building in 7 East 7th Street, New York, NY 10003.


2016 06 Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa did research as Visiting Research Associate Professor  at Sapienza University in Rome, Italy on Rainaldi's SM Campitelli as a synthetic work related to Borrimini, Bernini and Pozzo. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa collaborated to field survey of Baroque Churches and buildings collaborating by Andrew Saunders' 3d scanning Big Data research (UPenn) with the assistance of Mario Graziano Valenti (Sapienza University Rome). Carlo Rainaldi Santa Maria In Campitelli: 3d scanning by Andrew Saunders and Mario Graziano Valenti and Pablo Lorenzo Eiroa visualization. Andrea Pozzo St. Ignazio Corridor 3d Scanning Salvatore and Mancini of Sapienza University Rilevo department, visualization Pablo Lorenzo Eiroa.


2016 07 05 3pm Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to lecture at the PhD Program in Research, Architecture and Project, Department of Architecture, at Sapienza University in Rome, introduction by Mario Graziano Valenti. Lecture: “Precedence and Reference in an In:formed Multidimensional Space-Environment”

“Precedence and Reference in an In:formed Multidimensional Space-Environment” del prof. Pablo Lorenzo Eiroa (Cooper Union, New York), organizzata dal prof. Graziano Mario Valenti, nell’ambito delle attività seminariali del Dottorato di Ricerca In Architettura - Teorie e Progetto. Aula Fiorentino, 5 Luglio 2016 ore 15.00

2016-07-19 3pm Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa to lecture at the Phd Program in History, Design and Restoration, Sapienza University in Rome, IT; "Expanding Dimensions across Survey and Representation: Borromini, Bernini, Rainaldi and Pozzo"

il giorno 19 luglio, alle ore 15.00, il prof. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, associate prof. adj. presso la Cooper Union University di New York, attualmente Visiting Professor presso il Dipartimento di Storia, Disegno e Restauro dell’Architettura, terrà la lecture "Expanding Dimensions across Survey and Representation: Borromini, Bernini, Rainaldi and Pozzo" nell’ambito del Dottorato in Storia, Disegno e Restauro dell’Architettura. (sala delle riunioni del Dipartimento, sede del piano terra).




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