Garvin Goepel is a PhD researcher at CUHK specialized in Augmented Reality (AR) implementation in fabrication and design processes. He has studied architecture and received his degree Master of Architecture with distinction from the University of Applied Arts, Vienna - Studio Greg Lynn. His Master's thesis AUGSTRUCTION focuses on construction under the aid of augmented reality.
He gained professional experience working at Coop Himmelb(l)au in Vienna, after completing his Bachelor of Science at the University of Liechtenstein. His work has been published in leading conferences including ACADIA and he taught AR and design workshops at multiple international institutions.
From the beginning of 2019 until 2020, he was teaching and researching at the Chinese University of Hong Kong together with Kristof Crolla, focusing on bending active bamboo grid shells and their construction under the aid of holographic instructions. During this time, he had project leading positions at the art installation TOROO in Taiwan and at ARgan, a bamboo art installation case study for augmented reality-based collaboration in Shatin, Hong Kong. In Zürich, he joined the ETH’s Block Research Group from spring to summer in 2020.
proposal for YAC
SECRET WHISPERS & TRANSMOGRIFICATIONS
Digital FUTURES World
Workshop 27/06 – 03/07/2020
Shatin, Hong Kong
7 -11 November 2019
Hsinchu City, Taiwan
29 June–22 July 2019
academic projects + videos
Peer reviewed paper:
Garvin Goepel, Kristof Crolla. 2020.
„AUGMENTED REALITY-BASED COLLABORATION - ARgan, a bamboo art installation case study“ Proceedings of the 25th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, Bangkok. pp. 313-322
Kristof Crolla, Garvin Goepel. 2020.
Proceedings of the 25th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, Bangkok. pp. 510-518 Bangkok
Garvin Goepel. 2019.
In ACADIA conference 2019 on Ubiquity and Autonomy. University of Texas, Austin
Archiprix: Edition Santiago Chile 2019.