New Experimental Technologies
Making MVRDV’s bold, innovative architecture requires us to push the limits of technological possibilities. As a group of in-house specialists, MVRDV NEXT develops and implements computational workflows and new technologies. Through a mixture of project-based work and standalone research, we rationalise designs, speed up processes and make projects more efficient and adaptable in the face of change. Our methods allow us to explore a future that is equitable, data-driven, and green. Alongside projects and research, we regularly engage in workshops and lectures in order to share knowledge and gain new insights. If these points resonate with you get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
We use generative analysis and automated form-finding to expand options and drive design possibilities
Read more about the design of La Serre here.
We standardise complex geometries to maximise MVRDV design ambitions and feasibility
Read more about the design of Valley here.
We employ a selection of simulation and analysis tools to evaluate impact and minimise risks
Read more about the design of Sun Rock here.
We manage complex modelling tasks across design tools to facilitate efficient, fast-paced processes
Read more about the design of The Imprint here.
We conduct research to solve urgencies integrated in the design process with tech, materials, and fabrication
Watch more about SolarScape here.
We communicate complex ideas using game-engines, interactive experiences, and sensor-based installations
Watch more about Pan here.
Shenzhen Women & Children's Centre
Zhangjiang Future Park
La Grande Mosaïque
Supervision of Eindhoven City Center
Paris Olympic Aquatic Centre
The NEXT ITMO
La Serre (Originale)