/// Chair of Digital Design | Prof. Dr.-Ing. Oliver Tessmann
Computational technologies and digital fabrication change the way we design and build today. In our research and education we develop computational design techniques and digital tools that improve communication and interdisciplinary collaboration, representation and simulation as well as fabrication and materialization. Our aim is to respond to the socio-economic need for a versatile living environment beyond spatial, structural and material standardisation and repetition and design site specific, environmentally responsive and differentiated constructions.
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