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Figures clustered in three-dimensional space.
Jenn Peterson Ruiz, Artin Sahakian, Tomasz Groza and Sarah Caluag
Student Work M.Arch

Introduction to Computers

220 Introduction to Computers
2018

This course introduces computational design methodologies, digital fabrication techniques and drawing techniques for architectural representation. The course elaborates on the synergy between digital and physical design methods and the combination of multiple software platforms and techniques of fabrication utilised in contemporary architectural design processes. The main objective of this course is an advanced understanding of geometry and the ability to move fluently between design techniques both in the digital as well as physical realm. Students explore three distinct projects: (1) designing architecture twin-toolboxes, (2) designing joints as objects, and (3) designing an assembly system.

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Julia Koerner
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Material Assembly
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