This course reviews materials and manufacturing processes especially suited for digitally crafting aesthetically unique architectural components and surfaces. Cross-fertilization of digital and conventional modes of making is emphasized, as this approach often enables economically viable opportunities for creative expression. This is a hands-on, project-based seminar addressing fundamental theoretical issues in the transformation of ideas into material reality via representations, hand-operated tools, and CNC-automated forming devices. Limited enrollment.


All Sections and Semesters

2219b
Spring 2019
Craft, Materials, and Digital Artistry
Kevin Rotheroe
2219b
Spring 2018
Craft, Materials, and Digital Artistry
Kevin Rotheroe
2219b
Spring 2016
Craft, Materials, and Digital Artistry
Kevin Rotheroe
2219b
Spring 2015
Craft, Materials, and Digital Artistry
Kevin Rotheroe