By Kostas Grigoriadis
When describing a proposal to send the world’s first 3D-printed satellite into space by 2020, scientists from the European Space Agency pointed out that composite materials are now predominant in the sciences. Although the capabilities of multi-materials have been recognized in the sciences for decades, they have yet to be systematically explored in architecture. Mixed Matters explores these possibilities, featuring contributions from architects, designers, scientists and theorists.
Berlin, 2016, 24 x 17cm, 160pp, Illustrated, Paperback