The intention is that the Digital Lab at the University of Manitoba become a Resource and Laboratory for the exploration of digitally driven design, prototyping and manufacturing. The desire is to foster a context through which students and faculty are better equipped to explore the potentials of digital design and manufacturing processes.
Join us this Fall for our Lunchtime Lectures and Thursday Evening Workshops!
FAUM Fablab Lectures and Workshops
The pavilion draws on the prototype built by Philippe Block, Matthias Rippman and Lara Davis at the ETH Zurich, with which they demonstrated the reliability of RhinoVault, a plug-in for Rhinoceros, used for the design of the constructed dome.
The FABLab is offering a series of evening workshops in November, taking place on Thursday evenings from 5:30 – 7:30. These are step by step workshops culminating with a specific object or end result.
November 7 Workshop – project: Indeterminate Object – Rhino November 14 Workshop – project: Cube Mesh – Rhino+Grasshopper November 21 Workshop – project: Bowl – Autodesk 123 Make November 28 Workshop – project: Open Source Chair
This year, the Faculty of Architecture is sponsoring a workshop and education series designed to introduce the tools and software available at the FABLab to all students and faculty to better understand the capabilities and procedures that are available. This workshop series will be offered at varying times and will each focus on a different aspect of the lab The hope is that these workshops inspire students for exploring a greater range of possibilities in their design and modeling work, and to inform and inspire the faculty so that these newly acquired tools might elevate the existing pedagogical directions when appropriate.
Johnathan Fernandez, Timothy Cooke, Skylar Tibbits, William O’Brien Jr, Joel Lamere, Nadar Tehrani, Meejin Yoon, Shiela Kennedy, Mark Goulthorpe
The film from the lecture yesterday in 213 JAR.
3D printing explained with Bart Van der Schueren of Materialise
A rich exploration of material in regards to self-forming structures. Ongoing work in collaboration with CAST and the University of Manitoba.
Jose Sanchez website, including work and research.
A brief critic of parametricism as an agent of geometry.