SPAN, consisting of Dr. Matias del Campo and Dr Sandra Manninger is a team of architects from Vienna, Austria. Their architecture is characterized by a combination of advanced techniques and philosophical inquiry interrogating the ontological and epistemological framework that produces a paradigm concerned with advanced technology as an agent of culture. The work covers the range from text, installations, industrial design to buildings and urban concepts. The diverse oeuvre can be found in public collections as well as in private collections. In 2014, Matias del Campo and Sandra Manninger accepted the call from the University of Michigan to join the faculty of Taubman College. In close cooperation with the Faculties of Robotics and Computer Science at the University of Michigan, SPAN developed new design methods for architecture based on Artificial Intelligence. The Robot Garden for Michigan Robotics is the first built project using Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN’s) as a design method.
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Over the years an amazing group of people have worked long- and short-term in our office.
Nicola Beck, Oliver Bertram, Andrew Bradford, Ulrike Bronner, Antonio Caccivio, Tomasso Cassuci, Lina Chen, Yanci Chen, Kailin Deng, Cornelia Faisst, Wendy Fok, Manfred Herman, Stefan Klecheski, Martin Kleindienst, Kelsy, Martina Lesjak, Koho Lin, Ling Ling, Sebastian Michalski, Filippo Nassetti, Federico la Picirella, Alexandra Pawlazyn, Sergiu Radu Pop, Feiyu Qi, Dongseop Shin, Markus Taubler, Martina Too, Diana Tsai, Andreas Ruhland, Michael Royer, Adam Vukmanov, Richard Walker, Xiaoyi Wu, Yie Ying, Yining Yuan, Martin Zangerl
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