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Re-Code Design Workshop

Time: January 30, 2016 at 9am to February 7, 2016 at 7pm
Location: Alexandria-Egypt
Street: Stanly
City/Town: Alexandria
Phone: +201002725457 | +2 012 825 225 44
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: NIITStudio
Latest Activity: Jan 17, 2016

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Event Description

NIIT Studio releases:

A Competitive Design workshop aims to redesign a human daily life through a new way of thinking using computational design techniques, and to concentrate on translating the traditional form into a new innovated one respecting each one identity, focusing on customized and multifunctional units using adaptive design strategy.

A competitive workshop for participants to have the ability to win a competition, how to deal with its requirements and submission specifications also how to work in a group at a deadline submission under pressure and reaching the maximum level of qualifications.

The workshop will provide the participants with a knowledge through lectures talking about imagination thinking, design strategies, presentation new techniques and others reflecting these knowledge into a real project using parametric tooling techniques with presentation skills to facilitate participants to do their design.

For Detailed Program:


- Current architecture, interior and product design students or professionals.
- Basic knowledge of Photoshop and 3D modelling.
- Bringing own laptop.

- Rhino: Nurbs / Modeling / T-Spline.
- Grasshopper: Forming / List arrangement / Simulations .
- Photoshop: Photomontage / Post production / layout composition.

NIITStudio Design Team

7 Days / 56 hours

Professionals: 1500 LE
Students: 1200 LE
Niiters*: 900 LE
//Limited Seats

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Mob: +2 010 027 254 57 | +2 012 825 225 44

Niiters*: Previous participants of NIITStudio's workshops

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