My piece which argues for shifting how we as architects talk and think about applying prefabrication strategies has been featured on ArchDaily.
An interview by Chris Knapp for Architecture Australia was conducted when Virginia San Fratello was down under for the 2013 National AIA Convention. While here, she gave a talk as part of the Bond Architecture speaker series. You can read the interview here.
Chris Knapp's essay "The End of Prefabrication" was recently published in the September 2013 issue of Architectural Review Asia Pacific.
Rather than argue for the elimination of the practice of prefabrication as the the title might first suggest, this polemic asserts that architects can further develop and refine their toolkit, and expand it to include bespoke construction that is mass-customised and value-rich.
Chris Knapp and colleagues at Bond University hosted a 2-day workshop presented by the Association for Robots in Architecture (http://www.robotsinarchitecture.org/). This technology represents the future trajectory for architecture to combine conceptual, cultural, and technical complexity through a fabrication strategy where the architect is both designer and builder.