algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Time: March 7, 2012 at 6:30pm to April 1, 2012 at 6pm
Location: ISCTE-Lisbon University Institute
Street: Av.ª das Forças Armadas
City/Town: 1649-926 Lisboa, Portugal
Website or Map: http://alivingsystemiscteiul.…
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Vitruvius FabLab, Rhino3Dportugal and FabLab EDP
Latest Activity: Feb 27, 2012
The workshop “A living System” involves three partners: VitruviusFablab-ISCTE.IUL, FabLabEDP and Rhino3DPortugal. The main goal is to explore digital technologies and their contribution to solve some of the new challenges presented to the society and architecture in Portugal. With technological developments, tools once limited to not creative areas begin to be part of the everyday life of students in University Architecture Laboratories and change its design processes. The architecture design methods are changing rapidly with the introduction of CAD-CAM software’s. In recent years, new software’s have been available for 3D representation and digital fabrication, which have allowed creating new ways of interacting with the computer and architecture. Contemporary architecture in its various scales, seeks greater flexibility, adaptability and interactivity taking into account both the means and goals of kinetic systems. Thus, it is essential to the creative industry players to acquire new knowledge about the latest technological innovations and how they can solve some of the problems and challenges of today’s society.
The workshop will explore the use of Grasshopper, Firefly and Arduino as creative and technical tools in all the design process, to simulation and prototype 3D interactive architecture solutions.
The theoretical and practical workshop (64 hours) taught in English and Portuguese, will be composed of two modules: (1) LS_01: Firefly +Grasshopper + Arduino and Scale Model Fabrication; (2) LS_02: Design Studio – Discursive Wall.
This workshop is intended for students and professionals from different areas of knowledge, (architecture, design, fine arts, engineering, music and programming) who are interested in the process of design: from ideation to prototyping. The participants will generate scale models.
Registration is limited to 20 participants with or without software knowledge. Participants will work individually and in group. Participants must take their own laptops to the workshop. Registrants should complete the form by 28 February 2012. Once registered, you will receive an email confirming your acceptance.
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