Spaghetti on a Stick

by Jonathan Grinham, D.Des


From Paper Robots to Thermal Monocoques

Jonathan is a Lecturer in Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and Researcher with the Center for Green Buildings and Cities. His work asks how the design of conventional and emerging material technologies can address architecture’s big problem, energy and where we get it. This question has led to the development of novel technologies and publications around vascular-thin-film heat exchange, nano-scale thermal tuning, and the coupling of breathable materials to buoyancy-driven ventilation. This research is complemented by Jonathan's other research interest that track themes in robotics, kinematics structures, embedded computation, and automated fabrication workflows.



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