Edouard Cabay graduated from the Architectural Association in 2005 to work for Foreign Office Architects in London, Anorak in Brussels and finally for Cloud 9 in Barcelona, where he occupied the position of head-office. His completed projects for Cloud 9 include the Thirst Pavilion for the Expo Zaragoza 2008 and the Cúpula del Milenio, a concert hall in Valladolid. Currently, he teaches at the Diploma School of the Architectural Association as a unit master for Diploma 18, dealing with large-scale architectural strategies targeting consequences of global warming. Alongside his academic work, he is establishing Appareil, an architectural practice, which aims to employ digital techniques of both design and fabrication to craft our environment.
Approximating climatic performance using artificial neural networksA. Dubor, E. Cabay 2018
On the improvements of a cable-driven parallel robot for achieving additive manufacturing for constructionA. Dubor, E. Cabay, 2018
On-Site Robotics for Sustainable ConstructionA. Dubor, E. Cabay, A. Sollazzo, A. Markopoulou 2018
Large-scale 3D printing with cable-drivenA. Dubor, E. Cabay 2018
Energy Efficient Design for 3D Printed Earth ArchitectureA Dubor, E Cabay 2018