Malgorzata Zboinska

Researcher at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Architectural theory and methods, Research - Architectural Theory and Method

Malgorzata Zboinska holds a PhD in advanced digital architectural design. She is the leader of an artistic research project Architectural Convertibles, funded by the Swedish Research Council Vetenskapsrådet and a Work Package Leader for the innovation project Would Wood, funded by Sweden’s Innovation Agency Vinnova. She is an EU-licensed architect, a member of the Swedish Association of Architects and the National Chamber of Architects of Poland.Malgorzata’s research stems from digital architectural design, spreading over a broad range of related issues, including applied esthetics, craft, material agency, creative robotics and digital fabrication, user experience design, esthetics of interaction and responsive architecture design.Malgorzata regularly presents her research results in renowned journals and conferences in Europe, North America and Asia. She also exhibited her design research work in Sweden and abroad, with key exhibitions embracing "Voluminous Architectural Substance" at the Tempe Center for the Arts in the USA in 2019, "Haptic Flesh" at Dutch Design Week 2018, "Architectural Convertibles" at the Design Computing Conference 2018 in Prague, "Embodiments" at AHA! Festival of Art and Science 2014 in Gothenburg, Sweden, and "Voronoi Cupola" at Gdynia Design Days 2014 in Poland.

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Showing 23 publications

2019

Artistic computational design featuring imprecision: A method supporting digital and physical explorations of esthetic features in robotic single-point incremental forming of polymer sheets

Malgorzata Zboinska
Architecture in the Age of the 4th Industrial Revolution - Proceedings of the 37th eCAADe and 23rd SIGraDi Conference. Vol. 1, p. 719-728
Paper in proceedings
2019

Expressing and Sensing the Hybrid Materiality: Voluminous Interactive Architectural Substance

Malgorzata Zboinska, Delia Dumitrescu, Hanna Landin
TEI '19 Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction, p. 483-489
Paper in proceedings
2018

Haptic Flesh

Malgorzata Zboinska, Delia Dumitrescu, Karin Hedlund et al
Other - Exhibition
2018

Conference Workshop 9: Textile architecture (in)formed by wind - Design processes and tools

Delia Dumitrescu, Benjamin Felbrich, Erica Hörteborn et al
Conference contribution
2017

Morphology & Development - knowledge management in architectural design computation practice

Frans Magnusson, Jonas Runberger, Malgorzata Zboinska et al
Proceedings of the 35th eCAADe Conference. Vol. 2, p. 683-690
Paper in proceedings
2017

Cohesive Flesh of Architecture

Malgorzata Zboinska, Delia Dumitrescu
Other - Exhibition
2015

A design framework and a digital toolset supporting the early-stage explorations of responsive kinetic building skin concepts

Malgorzata Zboinska, Jan Cudzik, Robert Juchnevic et al
Real Time: Extending the Reach of Computation. Vol. 2, p. 715-725
Paper in proceedings
2015

Responsive Kinetic Building Skins

Malgorzata Zboinska
Other - Blog post
2015

Ephemerals

Malgorzata Zboinska
Other - Blog post
2015

Enriching creativity in digital architectural design: A hybrid digital design toolset as a catalyst for design emergence in early-stage explorations of complex forms

Malgorzata Zboinska
Emerging Experiences in the Past, Present and Future of Digital Architecture, p. 819-828
Paper in proceedings
2014

Hybrid CAD/E platform supporting exploratory architectural design

Malgorzata Zboinska
CAD Computer Aided Design. Vol. 59, p. 64-84
Journal article
2014

Voronoi Cupola

Malgorzata Zboinska
Other - Blog post
2014

Between the digital and the material worlds: Voronoi Cupola

Malgorzata Zboinska
Other - Exhibition
2014

Embodiments

Malgorzata Zboinska
Other - Blog post
2013

Cardboard Box Installation

Malgorzata Zboinska
Other - Exhibition
2013

Box Megastructure

Malgorzata Zboinska
Other - Blog post
2013

Hybrids

Malgorzata Zboinska
Other - Blog post

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Showing 2 research projects

2016–2019

Architectural Convertibles: Towards an alternative artistic approach to designing interactive architectural environments

Malgorzata Zboinska Architectural theory and methods
Karin Hedlund Education - Architectural Theory and Method
Monica Billger Architectural theory and methods
Fredrik Nilsson Architecture
Peter Ljungstrand Interaction Design (Chalmers)
Swedish Research Council (VR)

2011–2017

Architecture in the Making: Architecture as a Making Discipline and Material Practice

Fredrik Nilsson Architecture
Frans Magnusson Architectural theory and methods
Malgorzata Zboinska Research - Architectural Theory and Method
Stig Anton Nielsen Architectural theory and methods
Atli Magnus Seelow Research - Architectural Theory and Method
Andrej Slavik Architectural theory and methods
Catharina Dyrssen Urban Design and Planning
Claes Caldenby Research - Architectural Theory and Method
Julia Fredriksson Urban Design and Planning
Lars Marcus Urban Design and Planning
Daniel Norell Education - Architectural Theory and Method
Johan Linton Education - Architectural Theory and Method
Liane Thuvander Research - Architectural Theory and Method
Paula Femenias Building Design
Beata Stahre Wästberg Interaction Design (Chalmers)
Michael Asgaard Andersen Architectural theory and methods
Monica Billger Architectural theory and methods
Michael U. Hensel Unknown organization
Nel Janssens Research - Architectural Theory and Method
Halina Dunin-Woyseth von Turow Architectural theory and methods
Karel Deckers Unknown organization
Johan Liekens Unknown organization
Anna Maria Orrù Urban Design and Planning
Karl-Gunnar Olsson Research - Architectural Theory and Method
Daniel Koch Building Design
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