Bechthold and Mulligan in KyotoMar 12, 2013
Martin Bechthold and Mark Mulligan are headed to the Kyoto International Design Symposium where they’ve been invited to present work highlighting the GSD’s pursuit of interdisciplinary design research and the role of technology as a catalyst to open new avenues for design practice and design research. Mulligan (adjunct associate professor of architecture and director of the MArch degree program) is speaking on “The Architect as Storyteller: collaborative research projects at Harvard." Bechthold’s (professor of architectural technology, co-director of the MDesS program and director of Design Robotics Group) talk is entitled "Research Design: Systems, Scales, Cultures," about interdisciplinary teaching and research in design technology, with a focus on performative material systems.
Read more about IDS Kyoto. http://www.design.kyoto-u.ac.jp/idskyoto-2013/program/.