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Christian J Lange featured in Ming Pao weekly

Saturday, January 16th, 2021

Christian J Lange, reformative Coral Habitat, Coral Restoration, Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park, Project for AFCD, PMQ exhibition, 3d printed coral reef tiles, autobryks3D, archireef

Very happy to share the recent feature in Ming Pao weekly on our exhibition of the Reformative Coral Habitat project at PMQ in Hong Kong. Thanks to our team in the Robotic Fabrication Lab in the Faculty of Architecture at HKU to make this a successful event.

To read the article, please use the following link:
www.mpweekly.com/culture/

Reformative Coral Habitat at PMQ.

Friday, January 15th, 2021

Very happy that our team from the Robotic Fabrication Lab @ The Faculty of Architecture at HKU managed to bring this exhibition together. We had a great opening last Monday. The show will give insights about the design concepts, robotic production, and the implementation. To all who are still interested, the exhibit will continue until January 31st 2021. PMQ (S507, 5/F)

Christian J. Lange, archireef, autobryks3D, 3d printing, robotic fabrication, coral reef, artificial coral reef, coral restoration Hong Kong, terracotta architecture, autobryks, reef tiles

Christian J. Lange, autobryks3D, 3d printing, robotic fabrication, coral reef, artificial coral reef, coral restoration, terracotta architecture, PMQ, Faculty of Architecture, reformative coral habitat

Christian J. Lange, autobryks3D, 3d printing, robotic fabrication, coral reef, artificial coral reef, coral restoration, terracotta architecture, autobryks

Christian J. Lange, ArchiREEF, autobryks3D, 3d printing, robotic fabrication, coral reef, artificial coral reef Hong Kong, coral restoration, terracotta architecture, PMQ

Christian J. Lange, autobryks3D, 3d printing, robotic fabrication, coral reef, artificial coral reef, coral restoration, terracotta architecture, 3D printed coral

Christian J. Lange, autobryks3D, 3d printing, robotic fabrication, Reef Tiles, coral reef, artificial coral reef, coral restoration, reef restoration Hong Kong, terracotta architecture, 3D printed coral

“Hong Kong’s terracotta tile army marches to the rescue for coral.”

Wednesday, August 26th, 2020

We are thrilled to share that the Reformative Coral Habitat project has received a lot of media attention. The article by the guardian was in particular encouraging. It is a charming read indeed.

Christian J. Lange, Faculty of Architecture, HKU, artificial coral reef, 3d printed architecture, 3d printed reef, Reef Tiles, terracotta architecture, artificial coral reef, Hong Kong, autobryks3D

To read the article, please use the following link:
www.theguardian.com

Building a symbiotic relationship

Saturday, December 28th, 2019

Very happy to share this feature in China Daily, which says “as smart technologies pervade our lives like never before, we turn the spotlight on some of HK’s most noteworthy achievers from across different creative fields who engage with artificial intelligence, or the idea of it. Architect and faculty member of the architecture department of the University of Hong Kong, Christian J. Lange set up the city’s first robotic fabrication lab. In an exclusive interview to China Daily, Lange shares his thoughts on how AI, computation and robotics inform his life, works and ambition.” Enjoy!!

ceramic architecture, Christian J. Lange, Robotic Fabrication Lab, Faculty of Architecture, AI, HKU, The University of Hong Kong, 3d printed reef, 3d printed coral, 3d printing clay, Reef tiles, AFCD, autobryks3d, China Daily

To read the article, please use the following link:
https://www.chinadailyhk.com