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Generative Design and Robotic Rod Bending Workshop

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Generative Design and Robotic Rod Bending Workshop

Time: March 16, 2017 to March 19, 2017
Location: AREA
Street: 96, rue de Clery
City/Town: Paris
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Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Maria Smigielska, Mateusz Zwierzycki, AAn+1
Latest Activity: Feb 27, 2017

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Event Description

// IDEA 
This workshop is dedicated to the Architecture and Design professionals as well as students interested in the exploration of the digital design techniques and robotic fabrication. The aim of this workshop is to materialize a chair designed with help of generative algorithms via robotic fabrication. To design the form of the chair we will go through an intensive course of generative design techniques, k-means clustering, structural analysis and optimization done with the help of Anemone, Galapagos, Millipede and other plugins. Finally we will employ a 6-axis robot with custom tooling to fabricate the chair via robotic rod bending. No prior experience with Grasshopper or robotic fabrication is required, although basic knowledge in 3d modelling would be an asset.

The deadline for application is 13.03.2017 
Apply by sending email titled ‘workshop_chair’ 

// INFO 
If you have any more questions check the website or contact us with email

// FEE 
We have special pricing for students, as well as an early bird offer. Check the Eventbrite list to get more details. Please bear in mind that a limited amount of seats is available (minimum 8 people, maximum 16).

Maria Smigielska, Mateusz Zwierzycki, AAn+1

Maria Smigielska, Mateusz Zwierzycki

Early Bird Student 280 E
Early Bird Pro 320 E
Regular Student 300 E
Regular Pro 350 E

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