Syn.de.Bio is a network of designers, artists and scientists who employ novel design methods and innovative fabrication techniques to explore and manipulate biological material.

About

 

SYN.DE.BIO is an online forum to disseminate new bio-digital work that is emerging in the crossroad of design, biology and engineering. It aims to promote an emerging network of designers, artists and scientists who employ novel design methods and innovative fabrication techniques to explore biological material in the built environment. Advances in the field of synthetic biology, biotechnology, molecular engineering and material sciences, as well as new modes of production and simulation in architecture, product and textile design, are leading towards an increasing multidisciplinary approach to design. The result is a new sense of materiality, new hybrid technologies and unprecedented living forms.

 

 

NETWORK

Carolina Ramirez-Figueroa / ArchaID – p.c.ramirez-figueroa@newcastle.ac.uk/

Eben Bayer & Gavin McIntyre / ECOVATIVE – http://www.ecovativedesign.com/

Henk Jonkers / CiTG – MICROLAB / TU DELFT – http://www.citg.tudelft.nl/en/research/projects/self-healing-concrete/

Marco Lizzul / UCL ALGAE - http://www.ucl.ac.uk/algae/Group_members/Marco_Lizzl

Marco Poletto & Claudia Pasquero / ECOLOGICSTUDIO / BARTLETT UCL – http://www.ecologicstudio.com/v2/index.php

Marcos Cruz / Bartlett UCL / MARCOSANDMARJAN  Рhttp://marcoscruzarchitect.blogspot.co.uk/

Mark Blaschitz & Edith Hemmrich & Josef Roschitz / SPLITTERWERK – http://www.splitterwerk.at/database/

Marin Sawa / IMPERIAL COLLEGE – http://www.marins.co.uk/

Mike Thompson - http://www.miket.co.uk/

Richard Beckett / BARTLETT UCL / BETATYPE – http://www.richard-beckett.com/

Steve Pike / ARCOLONY  Рhttp://www.arcolony.com/

Thom Faulders / FAULDERS STUDIO – http://faulders-studio.com/

VenhoevenCS – http://venhoevencs.nl/

 

 

WEBSITE EDITORS

Syn.de.Bio is edited by Marcos Cruz and Richard Beckett who are both designers and academics based at the Bartlett School of Architecture / University College London.