Here are some of the most interesting resources that we’ve shared recently on facebook, twitter and google+.

Lego WebGL Builder

Lego WebGL Builder

Build with Chrome is a web-based 3-D Lego Editor. As Google puts it: ” Build is a place for everyone to imagine, create and explore building with LEGO bricks online.”

You can explore the existing LEGO Buildings on the dedicated map or learn how to create your own. Definitely a fun tool that every architect will enjoy!

 

 Urban Observatory

Urban Observatory

Urban Observatory is a web platform that empowers people to examine, compare, and contrast the global cities of the 21st century. Using digital maps and open data, Urban Observatory gives insights into the urban dynamics.

 

 

Science of cities II

From mobile phone data to the spatial structure of cities

In a recent paper called “From mobile phone data to the spatial structure of cities“, scientists have analysed the spatial structure of 31 Spanish metropolitan areas. The research was based on a large amount of human behavioral data captured using cell phone networks. The data was used to better understand city dynamics.

Read the full paper here: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1401.4540v1.pdf

 

 

Type/Dynamics by LUST

The Dutch design studio LUST has created a new interactive installation for the exhibition ‘Type/Dynamics’ at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. ‘Type/Dynamics’ interacts with and comments on the work of graphic designer Jurriaan Schrofer (1926–1990) in an effort to revitalize recent design history.

by Morphocode

Morphocode is an Architectural Practice working at the Intersection of Design and Technology. Morphocode is led by arch. Greta Dimitrova and arch. Kiril Mandov. We have written one of the first grasshopper add-ons; held lectures in different architectural schools around Europe; exhibited internationally and built an online community that we are proud of. Learn more.

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