“Incremental Change” opens at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Architecture+Planning Keller Gallery. The installation and upcoming publication is a status report on the increasing global reach of AtFAB’s distributed manufacturing model.
Delighted to present AtFAB for “Everyone’s a Designer” on the Innovation Stage at Autodesk University.
Journalist Sally Davies features AtFAB in “Mass Bespoke” for The Economist. On the magazine’s Schumpeter blog on business and management, she elaborates the innovations, potentials, and challenges of AtFAB’s distributed manufacturing, open source, and emerging business model for design.
Pleased to be cited by Gerald Davis as an example of locavore manufacturing, in “Buying Furniture on iTunes: Creative Destruction in a World of ‘Locavore’ Production.”
Writer and founder, Josh Rubin features AtFAB on coolhunting.com, a publication devoted to innovative design, technology, and culture.
Filson and Rohrbacher were pleased to exhibit AtFAB and present a talk on our work, and were extremely honored by a feature on the Make: Blog and to receive a 2012 Educator’s Choice Award from Make Magazine.
NPR journalist Jon Kalish presents “New Projects Help 3-D Printing Materialize” on All Tech Considered. AtFAB alongside Sketch Chair, 100KGarages.com, Ponoko.com are bringing digital manufacturing closer to the consumer.
Filson and Rorhbacher publish their article on the central past, peripheral present, and potential future of the Department of Energy’s uranium enrichment facility in Paducah, KY. The article is featured in the Centers Adrift issue of Volume, a monthly journal published in The Netherlands.
AtFAB is mentioned on Spark with Nora Young, CBC Radio’s weekly technology show. The feature discusses developments at the intersection of digital fabrication and DIY.
AtFAB had a successful Maker Faire in San Mateo alongside ShopBot and 100kGarages.com, who helped us prototype some new furniture pieces. See our photos of the AtFAB exhibit here.
Our Atomic Cities Research Group exhibited their work in Paducah and Lexington to citizens, government officials and policymakers. The group was featured on WPSD evening news.
Tech writer Christopher Mims features AtFAB “DIY printable furniture ships as information, not parts.”
Our strategic vision for the US Department of Energy’s Gasseous Diffusion Plant in Paducah, KY was included in the 2012 International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam on exhibit at Netherlands Architecture Institute. Read more about the project, and visit our blog to see the research and model fabrication process.
Discovery News features AtFAB in “DIY Furniture Delivered in Bytes Not Boxes.”
Filson and Rohrbacher Open Source installation, Networked Constructions, opens in the Couched Constructions Exhibition March 1, 2012 at the Herron Gallery in Indianapolis.